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DragonBox Pyra

DragonBox Pyra
Manufacturer OpenPandora GmbH
Type Handheld game console / UMPC / PDA hybrid
Operating system Debian
System-on-chip used Texas Instruments OMAP5432
CPU 1.7 GHz ARM Cortex-A15 dual-core
Memory GB
Storage Dual SDXC slots, one internal microSD slot
Display 5" LCD, 720p
Graphics 533 MHz PowerVR SGX544MP2
Controller input D-pad
Connectivity Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB (all port sizes), MicroHDMI, headset port and 3G/UMTS/GPS (optional)
Dimensions 140 x 84 x 29 mm
Predecessor Pandora
Website .compyra-handheld

The DragonBox Pyra is an upcoming Linux-based handheld computer equipped with a keyboard and gaming controls. It was presented officially at the FOSDEM 2014 in Brussels.[1] It is a spiritual successor to the OpenPandora device, and shares some of the original Pandora team members. Its release date is currently unknown, as development is still ongoing.

Hardware

Technical specifications

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • Pyra Info Page on PandoraLive
  • Discussion forum

References

  1. ^ Pandoralive post about the FOSDEM news
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