The system is based on the Ingenic jZ4770 1GHz processor.
According to its devs, the GCW-Zero hardware is currently in prototype stage, so Open Source community can still suggest what they would like in this device.
The upcoming GCW-Zero is a portable gaming system based on the Ingenic jZ4770 1GHz processor.
Seems that the hardware and OS are still in "prototype stages", but it looks pretty promising, as devs are currently accepting suggestions from the Open Source community.
Here are the device system specs:
And check out the following videos of the GCW-Zero in action:CPU: Ingenic Jz4770 1GHz Processor
GPU: 496MHz Vivante GC860 1080p video decoding and OpenGL ES 2.0 and OpenVG 1.1
DISPLAY: 3.5"LCD 4:3(320X240 pixels)
OS: Linux 2.6
Memory: DDR2 256MB
Internal Storage: 4GB
External storage: via micro SD Up to 32GB
Mini USB 2.0 OTG
Mini HDMI 1.3 Out
3.5mm earphone/mic/Stereo Speakers
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and Wireless Multiplayer
Media & Entertainment
- "First demo of the GCW-Zero":
- "Comparision of sound lag on Android consoles compared to GCW-Zero":
- "SNES Game Play on GCW-Zero":
- "GBA Game Play on GCW-Zero":
Looks like a GCW-Zero Special Edition with 512MB of RAM is also planned, and it will be limited to only 100.
The tentative release for the console is Mid July to Early August 2012. Final Cost for GCW Zero Special Edition will be between $110.00 to $120.00. Still no word about the "normal" edition price...
Check out the official site below for more info!
NEWS SOURCE: Game Consoles Worldwide (via) Official Site
Our thanks to 'Gauss' for improving this news item from 'gcwnow'!