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Friday, Jul 29, 2005

Gamepark GPX2-F100 Personal Entertainment Player

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GameparkArmed with a dual core CPU, Gamepark is able to play various video formats like wmv and divx (720 x 480 pixels) on its high resolution 3.5″ 170,000 colors TFT LCD with just 2 AA batteries for about 8 hours of playback time.

Captions for the video contents are also supported. Along with GPX2’s games, you can install emulators such as MAME, SNES, Genesis or PC Engine. You can also enjoy music playback in MP3, WMA or OGG formats at 100mw quality. Bring along your photo albums in this entertainment player using the USB 2.0 port.

Gamepark runs on Linux and enables firmware upgrades to ensure that it is future-proof.

General Specifications:
CPU: Dual CPU Cores
ARM920T: Host processor
ARM940T: Video Coprocessor
NAND Flash Memory: 64MB
Dimension: 143.6mm* 82.9mm*34mm
RAM: 32MB
Storage: SD Card
Connection Type: USB 2.0 high speed
O/S: Linux
Power supply: 2AA
Display: 3.5″ TFT LCD
Resolution: 320*240(QVGA)

Video Specifications:
Video file MPEG, MPEG4, Dvix 3.11,4x,5x, XVID, WMV Playback,
Audio file MP3,OGG,WMA
Resolution MAX 720*480
Frame Rate Max 30 fps
Bit Rate Video Max: 1178 Kbps
Audio Max: 384Kbps
Caption SMI

Audio Specifications:
No. Channels Stereo(L+R)
Frequency Rate 20Hz~20KHz
File WMA,OGG,MP3
Bit rate sampling 16bit/8~48KHz
Equalizer Normal, Classic, Rock, Jazz, Pop

Additional Functions: e-book, game, electronic dictionary
Image Viwer: JPG, BMP, PCX, GIF

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