We are currently developing a portable gaming system based on the Ingenic jZ4770 1GHz processor.
The hardware is in prototype stage and we are tweaking and adding things as the open source community tells us what they would like in this device.
The Open Source community has always wanted more so we have taken it upon ourselves to develop a console as close as we can to what the open source community wants.
We already have a core development team for the hardware and have started working with three developers for the actual OS development on the console which is in prototype phase also.
In the future we also plan on asking game and app developers to join the fold to further the development of the product into a full spectrum device.
The final goal is to have a gaming system with a Repository like Android app store where apps/games can be downloaded for free or purchased from developers on the repository. We are in development phase of this also with another group also called MyITKnowledge.com.
Below you will find specs of the device.
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
Now for the way important stuff a link to our blog and videos of the GCW-Zero In Action:http://game-consoles-worldwide.blogspot.com/
First demo of the GCW-Zero:http://youtu.be/6cN2wZM28Gw
Comparision of sound lag on Android consoles compared to GCW-Zero:http://youtu.be/mzXRyFQM3Ts
SNES Game Play on GCW-Zero:http://youtu.be/wCM1kLh-9fI
GBA Game Play on GCW-Zero:http://youtu.be/0_IXRT3rxQk
We would love to see GL-Basic ported to our device....