GamePark Holdings (GPH) Caanoo

A friend told me about this insanely cool Linux-based open source handheld game system and I bought it instantly online. It connects to your computer via USB and lets you copy ROMs and emulators to it's SD card.
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GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

GPH emulates your arcade & console via Linux from an SD card, up to

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB. The power cord connects to a proprietary Power port on the Caanoo, the other end connects to a USB port on your computer for charging. This same connection also mounts the Caanoo as a drive on your computer (Mac or PC). The USB port show to the left will support a USB joystick or other peripheral.  Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/gphCaanoo/caanooImages.html#ixzz2nGRj2KEa

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB. The power cord connects to a proprietary Power port on the Caanoo, the other end connects to a USB port on your computer for charging. This same connection also mounts the Caanoo as a drive on your computer (Mac or PC). The USB port show to the left will support a USB joystick or other peripheral. Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/gphCaanoo/caanooImages.html#ixzz2nGRj2KEa

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

GPH emulates your arcade & console via Linux from an SD card, up to

SD Card shown in the top-loading slot before being seated beneath the cover. The #Caanoo ships with a 2GB card, but can accept a 32GB SD Card. The volume control is to the right of the SD Card lot. To the left is the L-button used be the left index finger. At the base of the left side is a loop for attaching the wrist strap.  Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/gphCaanoo/caanooImages.html#ixzz2nGRXYoZh

SD Card shown in the top-loading slot before being seated beneath the cover. The #Caanoo ships with a 2GB card, but can accept a 32GB SD Card. The volume control is to the right of the SD Card lot. To the left is the L-button used be the left index finger. At the base of the left side is a loop for attaching the wrist strap. Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/gphCaanoo/caanooImages.html#ixzz2nGRXYoZh

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

The Caanoo is an open-source, Linux-based handheld video game console and media player created by GamePark Holdings of South Korea. It is the successor to the Wiz, and was showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

GPH emulates your arcade & console via Linux from an SD card, up to

The Caanoo is an open-source, Linux-based handheld video game console and media player created by GamePark Holdings of South Korea. It is the successor to the GP2X Wiz, and was showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2010.

The Caanoo is an open-source, Linux-based handheld video game console and media player created by GamePark Holdings of South Korea. It is the successor to the Wiz, and was showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

GPH emulates your arcade & console via Linux from an SD card, up to

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Caanoo

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GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

GPH #Caanoo emulates your arcade & console #ROMs via Linux from an SD card, up to 32GB

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