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Great New Linux Devices

The GP2X Wiz and Pandora units will open up the face of handheld

The GP2X Wiz is a pure Gaming/Video/MP3 console with hundreds of
emulators written for it

The other, the Pandora is a UMPC, which can run openoffice/firefox and
is the same shape and size as a nintendo DS

Check the data here on GP2X Wiz:
Check the data here on Pandora:

Mention you were sent by Raj Takhar and you may get an extra discount
Oct 2 '08 #1
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