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We've seen a couple of netbooks that we'd actually consider to be mildly quick, but given that locating an Ion-based netbook is about as easy as entering North Korea with a US passport, we haven't had much of a chance to really love on 'em. Today, Acer is extending its boutique Ferrari lineup with ...

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We've been hearing about ATI's external graphics schemes for years, but apparently XGP is finally ready to go. The platform houses an external graphics card -- ATI-branded, of course -- which connects to your laptop via a proprietary 4.0Gbps PCIe 2.0 connector. The new tech is being initially laun...

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When Game Park, creators of the GP32, split into Game Park and Game Park Holdings we all knew it would be a fight to the death. The market for niche portable gaming handhelds built by South Korean companies with the words "game" and "park" in their title is only so large, y'know? Something had to ...

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Word's been a little slow reaching our shores, but it appears that GamePark couldn't stand up to the competition from its GamePark Holdings spin-off, with the former company recently declaring bankruptcy and its website now ignominiously replaced by a shoe store. For those in need of a quick primer,...

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One thing the PSP and Gamepark handhelds have in common is homebrew is very popular on both systems. But what separates the two is Gamepark actually encourages it, while Sony does everything in its power to stop it. And with that, Gamepark is set to release its third portable – the XGP kids &...

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The XGP series was created from the ashes of the popular homebrew handheld, the GP32. The company split into two following what we can only imagine was a boardroom slapfight, spinning off Gamepark Holdings, makers of the GP2X. Meanwhile, back at Gamepark HQ, they announced the (redesigned) XGP, XGP...

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Many people look upon GamePark's GP32 handheld console as a revolutionary product in the world of videogames -- it was, after all, one of the first platforms to actually encourage homebrew and emulation -- and now DCEmu is reporting that the company is poised to launch what it's calling the GP32's...

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Good news for GP2X owners: Gamepark Holdings (not to be confused with Gamepark, makers of the similarly-named XGP) has just released a breakout board that will turn your handheld console into a fully-functional, albeit underpowered, home PC. The board plugs into the EXT port on your device and featu...

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Gamepark--not to be confused with GP2X manufacturer and Gamepark spin-off, Gamepark Holdings--have unveiled their redesigned XGP handheld gaming system and their new XGP nano micro Mini. You'll remember the XGP as the swivel-faced "bastard child of a PSP and a Sidekick." While Gamepark Hol...

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