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The XGP Handheld video game system

The XGP is Gamepark's PSP killer. Looking at the current specs, one has to wonder if they really know what they're up against. While the PSP is underclocked in commercial games to 222MHz (giving the XGP a slight advantage), it's actual clock speed is 333MHz. Heck, the Gizmondo had a 400MHz processor. It does have more RAM over PSP and some other niceties. Still, if it plans to compete with Sony, it'll need commercial games to go with that hardware.


  • Based on the MagicEyes VRENDER-3D System-on-a-Chip (SoC)
  • Main CPU: ARM920T Advertised as 266 MHz (Actual VRENDER-3D SoC contains a 200 MHz ARM920T)
  • OS: GPOS, Linux (WinCE Optional)
  • DMB: T-DMB
  • RAM: DDR64MB + Nand Flash64MB
  • Graphics Accelerator: 1.5 million polygons per second (OpenGL ES supported)
  • Storage: SD Card
  • Display: 4.0 TFT-LCD 480x272 pixel(16:9) 1.6M colors
  • Network: WLAN(802.11 b/g)
  • Interface: USB 2.0 (High-Speed)
  • Input: Function Keys, Analog Joystick, Expand Keypad
  • Antenna: External type (removable)
  • Battery: Rechargeable Lithium-polymer (built-in)
  • Sound: 64Poly 44.1KHz, 16bit Stereo Sound
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