The Pandora is a seventh-generation handheld game console. When it is released in April/May 2008, it will be the most powerful existing video game console.
The Pandora will run the free Linux operating system. Any developer will be able to develop and release games for the system.
The Pandora uses a Texas Instruments OMAP 3530 System-on-Chip. This includes the ARM Cortex-A8 processor, the TI C64X programmable DSP, the PowerVR SGX 530 3D accelerator, and supporting components.
The first revision of the console will include 128MB of DDR RAM, and 256MB of flash memory onboard. More flash storage will be available through 2 Secure Digital slots and USB host capabilites for connecting USB flash drives and hard drives.
The Pandora includes two analog pads, a directional pad, 4 action buttons, 2 shoulder buttons, 3 function buttons, and a QWERTY keyboard. In addition, there is an 800x400 4.3 inch touchscreen.