Josh Dimon sent me the following:From: Joshua Dimon <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Sent: Tuesday, 12 March 2013 2:55 PM Subject: Clone GCW ZeroHi Larry,I like to read your blog regularly, as well as dingoonity and openconsoles, opendora, XDA Devs and and other emulation forums. I have made a video here of a "clone" GCW Zero in action: http://youtu.be/BtTRQq75HhgThis is an "unofficial" GCW Zero sourced from a Hong Kong company. It is called the H350. I bought this through Alibaba. It costed less than the Kickstarter GCW Zero price. I found the information on the source of the device from this forum: http://forum.openhandhelds.net/index.php/topic,276.0.htmlThis device is not supposed the same as the real the GCW Zero. I guess this means the software will be different. As for the device, it seems to me to be the same externally to the GCW Zero (looking at pictures I have seen of it), I do not know wh…
You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. It wasn’t too long ago that
an Android tablet with gaming controls was released every few months (and was supported for just about as long, but we won’t go there). After a while, our
eyes glazed over and we all stopped looking.
And then, nothing. I don’t know why. Good however, comes
with the bad. Just like staying away from incognito mode on your browser can
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Here it is:
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those round little nubs, those colourful buttons just begging for some delicate
tweaking ….. oooooohhhhhhhh ….!