Last year we brought your attention to a brand new retro gaming handheld in development known as the GCW-Zero. This open-source device promising fantastic emulation and homebrew offerings is now ready to be massed produced - should the demand be met on Kickstarter.
While the team behind the GCW-Zero are able to produce a small quantity of units without the need of Kickstarter, they've very much hoping to gather enough interest and desire to justify the manufacturing of larger quantities. This dream belonging to the GCW-Zero team will materialise should they manage to secure $130,000 within a month.
So what can the GCW-Zero do then? This all new open-source handheld running on a modified version of Linux 3.5, which is already capable of emulating just about every retro game console around, including the more powerful Sony PlayStation too and earlier home computers. Alongside our beloved consoles, a wide range of PC games are running at full speed on the device such as Duke Nukem 3D and Quake. The handheld also comes equipped with shoulder buttons, an analog stick and the familiar button layout you need to get your gaming fix.
GCW-Zero Preview and Demonstration at Kickstarter
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