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GPX2 Linux PMP and Game Console

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You are not into the mainstream Sony PSP and Nintendo DS portable game consoles? Then take a look at the new Gamepark GPX2 Linux powered portable game console.

The GPX2 (GP2X-F100) is not only a game console but is also a very powerful video player. A nice edge over the Sony PSP and Nintendo is the available software development library. No hacking necessary.

GPX2 Linux PMP and Game Console Available for Pre-Order.

Symantec Corporation posted a warning yesterday on their Security Response Center about a new Trojan designed specifically for the Sony Playstation Portable (PSP).

Symantec discovers world's first PSP Trojan.

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