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[vox] Free (or throw $ at me): Gamepark GP2X Linux-based handheldgame console (w/ breakout board)
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[vox] Free (or throw $ at me): Gamepark GP2X Linux-based handheldgame console (w/ breakout board)

A while back, I ended up getting a Gamepark GP2X handheld Linux game console,
along with a break-out board (for debugging, attaching USB devices, and
for video out).

I've sadly barely touched it.  (And, of course, since then, the Wiz and
the OpenPandora came out, so it's a generation behind what all the cool kids
play with [hi, Marianne!])

Who wants it?  Comes with box and instructions on CDROM (Korean/English),
the break-out board and its cable, in a "hip gear" case.

More on the GP2X here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GP2X
And tons more here:     http://wiki.gp2x.org/wiki/Main_Page

If I recall, I paid $50 or $75 for it at the time, so if you feel like
throwing some cash my way (to feed my Atari addiction), feel free.

Come get it from he here in Davis.

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