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18.09.05 - Allgemein: Neuer Gizmondo - PSP Konkurrenz?

geschrieben von Marcus Reichle um 17:24 Uhr.


Tiger Telematics bestätige für nächstes Jahr eine überarbeitete Version ihres Spiele-Handhelds "Gizmondo" in einer Widescreen Version (wie die PSP) und einem neuen Prozessor mit über 500MHz. Der neue Gizmondo soll über einen TV-Video-Output verfügen, so dass man den Handheld wie eine Konsole am Fernsehen spielen kann.

Produktdaten des neuen Gizmondos:

  • GSM voice telephony
  • Handsfree speakerphone
  • Voice control using voice recognition software
  • LCD TFT screen 4.0" 480 x 272 pixels
  • Upgraded 3D graphics chip
  • Analogue TV out
  • 500MHz (min) processor
  • Onboard RAM
  • Onboard flash
  • SD flash card reader, externally accessible
  • Transflash card reader for user upgradeable flash memory
  • GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900MHz or 850/1800/1900MHz tri-band
  • USB 2.0 OTG
  • High sensitivity GPS receiver with assist capability
  • Two analogue joysticks
  • 3.5 Ah Li-Ion 'smart' battery
  • 2 mega pixel auto focus camera with LED flash
  • Stereo speakers
  • Bluetooth class 2
  • WLAN 802.11b/g
  • Wired stereo headset/mic
  • Remote control pod for wired headset
  • SMS/MMS/IM receive and send
  • Email client
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Audio and video playback
  • Vibration mode
  • 'Flight Mode' – games operational but radio services switched off
  • Approved for sale initially in USA followed by Europe
  • Temperature range 0ºC - 55ºC
  • Windows CE 5.0 operating system and DRM 10
  • .NET compact framework 2.0
  • SD card and Transflash interfaces
  • USB OTG interface for synchronisation to a PC and connecting to a USB memory device

Additional features:

  • MP3/WMA/HE-AAC audio playback, MPEG-4/H.264/WMV video playback with hardware acceleration
  • High level 3D games
  • Smart ADDsTM
  • Downloadable screen 2D & 3D 'skins' for personalisation/market positioning
  • Bluetooth support for telephony (Headset/Handsfree), gaming, stereo headset (AV)

Quelle: eurogamer.net

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