Artist formerly known as Acert93
Join Date: Dec 2004
Neat compact design for a handheld w/ QWERTY
Just click on the hoptop2 demo link on the side. I really like the flip around screen. If something like that had a small HDD I could see it being the perfect MP3 player, camera, and game device. EDIT: Hmmm that thing is even a phone.
I was hoping that the PSP would be a more serious PDA. A hand held / PDA / Portable Media player would have me sold.
I wonder what the chances of a PSP PDA refresh are... or MS getting the Pocket PC more series about games?
"In games I don't like, there is no such thing as "tradeoffs," only "downgrades" or "lazy devs" or "bugs" or "design failures." Neither do tradeoffs exist in games I'm a rabid fan of, and just shut up if you're going to point them out." -- fearsomepirate
Artist formely known as Vysez
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Paris, France
Re: Neat compact design for a handheld w/ QWERTY
It still needs more than a harddrive to be perfect if you ask me. :P
It doesn't work that great with SNES due to the lack of buttons (and ergonomy), but it's cool enough.
- Power corrupts and absolute power is kinda neat.
- If at first you don't succeed, put it out for beta test.
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