Archive for the ‘GP2X’ Category

GamePark launches GP2X F-200

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

GamePark launches GP2X F-200

GamePark’s homebrew-friendly GP2X F-200 is out and on time. The nifty little handheld features all the things that made the F-100 great along with SDHC support, improved 8-way D-pad, and a 320 x 240 QVGA touchscreen. For the functionality and customization, USD$169 is a paltry figure - but that’s all it will cost you.

via Engadget

GP2X F-200 in stores October 22nd

Monday, October 15th, 2007

GP2X F-200 in stores October 22nd

A distributer has announced that the oh-so-sleek GP2X F-200 is due out on October 22nd. This updated version of the popular homebrew handheld will feature the major introduction of a touch screen interface and the ability to support SDHC format memory cards. The device is expected to retail for around USD$250.

via Maxconsole

IFA ‘07 - GP2X F-200 hands-on impressions

Sunday, September 2nd, 2007


Many a dollar has been spent by countless DS/PSP owners in the quest to run homebrew code on their portables. Indeed, I’d love to know the number of people who’ve permanently bricked their PSPs in the process. Gamepark Holdings is privy to this, and are about to release the second revision of their GP2X handheld, which supports homebrew out of the box. We got to check one out at IFA, read on for more details.