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2010 - 8th generation system
The OpenPandora is an open-source handheld gaming console developed by the OpenPandora organization. It was first released in 2010, and it was designed to be a portable gaming device that could run a variety of games and applications. The OpenPandora is an open-source device, meaning that its hardware and software design is freely available for anyone to use, modify, and distribute. The OpenPandora features an ARM Cortex-A8 processor, and it comes with 512MB of RAM and either 2GB or 4GB of internal storage. The device has a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, dual analog thumbsticks, and a built-in keyboard. It also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity, and it runs on a custom Linux-based operating system. The OpenPandora has a wide range of games and applications available, it can run games and applications that were designed for other platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux, and other handhelds. It can run a wide range of games from different genres such as action, adventure, RPG, puzzle, and more. The device also has a wide range of emulators that can run games from other consoles such as Atari, Commodore, Nintendo, Sega, and many more. The OpenPandora is a niche device that appeals to hobbyists, enthusiasts, and retro gaming fans. It is considered a hobbyist device and it's not widely available. However, it is still being supported and developed by a dedicated community. The OpenPandora has a wide range of games and applications available, it can run games and applications that were designed for other platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux, and other handhelds. Some examples of games that are available for the OpenPandora include: Duke Nukem 3D: A first-person shooter game Doom: A first-person shooter game SuperTuxKart: A kart racing game LÖVE: A 2D game engine that can be used to create and run games ScummVM: A game engine that can run classic point-and-click adventure games such as Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle. OpenTTD: A transport simulation game Minecraft: A popular sandbox game These games are available through the OpenPandora's app store, which is a collection of software packages that have been optimized for the device. Some games are also available through different sources such as the OpenPandora community forums, and Linux game repositories. Due to the open source nature of the device, the games for the OpenPandora are relatively easy to find and distribute.