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Sofia, a representative of Dingoo, is now available at http://a320.freeforums.org/ ! This is her post: Hello every one, Good day there! This is Sofia from Shenzhen Dingoo Digital Product Company. Thank you all of you have so much interesting on our Dingoo A320 firstly! And , I'd like to be your friend helping you to know this item well. Our company is really a leading manufacturer of 3D game consolers in China. I guess all of you already knew this ,right? ^_^ Thus, I hope I can do as much as possible to lead you feel easy on A320. Also, I expect to discuss and share with all of you in order to improve my professionality. If , any of you need to buy this for try or wholesale, it will be my greatest honor to service for you ! P.S:My email address is : firstname.lastname@example.org " Have fun ! This is an excellent development! Any other questions for Dingoo? Join the discussion at this thread: http://a320.freeforums.org/hi-let-me-introduce-myself-t15-10.html#p63
You should give this a chance. It deserves one. Welcome to the Tauon PC-1. A Tauon is an incredibly geeky sciency thing , as it happens, and has nothing to do with the Great Eastern Philosopher . You won't find it for sale anywhere other than on Tauon's website , and on ebay so far as I can see, and then only if you're a regular visitor of the ebay "vintage computer hardware" category. It won't even turn up on ebay if you search for the product name: "Tauon PC1" - you'll just stumble upon it one day, when you're looking for a replacement floppy drive, or a C64. So, what is it? It's a computer in a dinky little case! Hardware wise, it has: Allwinner H3 Quad Core SOC [1ghz to 1.2ghz/1gb RAM/8GB internal NAND storage] SD slot USB slot, HDMI and composite out Ethernet Wifi UART (send/receive signals through terminal commands) I2C (drivers aren't ready yet, but promised). Inside the case - y
Seagal said... Hi, I didnt find any mail on the blog to send you some news so i let it here. [Email me here: email@example.com –> now on sidebar under “Support this site”] I coded a Centipede emulator for the gemei/dingoo, currently emulates only Millipede and has no sound, but is playable and is full speed. http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?mmq0qngkzto Regards, Seagal. March 31, 2009 8:50 AM Well done Seagal, and thanks for sharing!!
I'll bet you don't roll out of bed and think about making your own PC before breakfast. Even you do, I bet you haven't actually shipped . Here's someone who has. I reached out to the creator of the Tauon PC-1 , Volodymyr Mishyn who kindly took more than a little time to answer some detailed questions about the PC-1, how it came to be, the challenges of a project like this, his future plans for Tauon OS and what is clearly a very personal labour of love. Many thanks Volodymyr. Your news blog suggests 30 days to prototype, and 6 months to ship! If that is right, it is very impressive, given the technical and logistical activities that had to occur. Is there more to this story? I was looking for available options before I started the project. I got myself a couple PI (3B, Zero) OrangePi, C-SKY. And tried to build some kind of educational PC for my kid. Unfortunately, the performance was awful, using Linux was too complicated even for me (I h
VMUDingoo 0.1 - Sega Visual Memory Emulator for Dingux March 26, 2010 Quote Intro and credits ----------------- VMUDingoo is a Dreamcast Visual Memory emulator for the Dingoo A-320 Handheld running Linux. It's based on the softvms emulator by Marcus Comsted. ROM selection routine by Ester (^Misato^) from Vieju.Net CPU Speed code by A600. All other code is under the GNU GPL License (see LICENSE). Installing ---------- Just drop the vmudingoo folder on your SD card under local/ and make a link to vmudingoo.dge in your favourite dingux menu. Then drop some VMS roms (only VMS are supported at the moment) inside the roms/ folder and enjoy. Controls -------- Controls are straightforward: DINGOO VMU ...... ..... D-PAD D-PA
GUI Version of Gadgetmiser's C64 Romset Splitter v 1.0 released =============================================== Windows users who hate the command line but who feel unfulfilled with only 64 games on their C64 might be interested in a new GUI version of the C64 Romset Splitter: Get it from: https://github.com/jamesediluke/C64_Romset_splitter_GUI_version Enjoy your new maxi/mini!
How to show all your 17,083 c64 games from the c64 romset (archive.org) on the C64 Mini or C64 Maxi loader
Update 4 January 2020: ================================================================== New, much friendlier GUI version released - see this post: https://dingoo-scene.blogspot.com/2020/01/gui-version-of-gadgetmisers-c64-romset.html ================================================================== Hello, friends, it's been awhile. A happy 2020 to you all. If Santa was kind this year, he may have brought you one of these: If Santa did, you'll have worked out by now that 64 built-in games, classics though some of them are, is simply not enough . Your travels may have led you to this c64 romset: https://archive.org/details/C64Romset , which contains 17,068 games. If you pop them on a USB stick and slip it into your c64 Maxi/Mini, only the first 256 games will appear. This is because there is a limit of 256 items per folder that can be displayed on the c64 mini/maxi loader. So you need to split the games into individual folders, each containing n