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Jay Barwick has founded a new company that currently are developing a new portable gaming console.

The main specifics are these:
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                                               
Audio: Mp3/Wav/Wma/Flac/Ogg/M4a/Acc
EBook: txt/epub/html/pdf
Basic Parameters:                                                                                           
Dimensions: 143*70*18mm                                       
Weight:  8oz                                     
Battery: 2800mAh

In the video is also mentioned the possibility for developers to request a prototype 'discounted' to develop on this console.
Can be this a chance to port GLBasic also on this console?

Prototype announcement: OpenPandora Board

EMail: GCWNow at

In the IDE are presents two toolbars but the view menu can hide only the main toolbar.
If I close the Debugger toolbar (drag it and click on close button) is impossible to show again it (I need to close editor and reopen).

Can you save the 'view' settings on disk to restore it when reopen editor ?

I would also use a netbook as editor but the resolution is only 1024x600 pixels and I would optimise the space for editing but every time I start editor si necessary to close the Toolbar, output window, etc. (it is not a serious problem  :) ).

Can be handy even a key (as F11 in some application) to maximize the window and remove the window title bar and borders to gaining space.


Another feature that I find convenient in various editors is the possibility of closing a window by clicking the middle mouse button (wheel) directly on the Tab  :-[ (ok.... I can use Ctrl+F4.....   :whistle:)

Thanks  :good: