From the site:
GAMEBOX Multi-Game Platform TV Video Game Console with Dual-Shock Joypad Gamepad Set (PAL/NTSC)
- Model: GBX-1001
- NTSC/PAL output
- CPU: GameBox dual-core 500MHz processor
- Memory: 128MB
- Flash: 2GB
- Game FORMATS support: MAME, CPS3, CPS2, CPS1, PGM, SFC, MD, PCECD
- Features micro SD card interface
- Support 720P (1280*720P) TV-Out
- Support media formats: RMVB, ASF, MKV, WMV, MOV, MP3, WMA, WAV. FLAC, APE, AAC, OGG
- With dual shock vibrating Joypad gamepad
- Comes with 60 Arcade games
- Plug and Play on your TV
- Powered by AC 100~240V EU plug
- Ultra low power consumption
- Package included:
- 1 * Game console
- 1 * Dual-shock gaming controller
- 1 * TV composite audio and video out cable
- 1 * 100~240V AC adapter (EU plug)
While the specs of the unit are intriguing (although let it be known: I am skeptical about the unit sporting a 'dual core' processor, as well as the promise of 720p video, considering all of the photos of the console show it only having composite), what is perhaps most tantalizing for me is the promise of PC-Engine CD emulation.
Can anyone shed some light on this thing?
EDIT: At $53.50 this thing looks too good to be true (and it probably is), but at this price I couldn't resist biting down and ordering one. Hopefully I'll be able to report back to you all on this soon.
Edited by tkeely4777, 14 January 2011 - 01:21 AM.