Dingoonity board member and esteemed reviewer qbertaddict has posted a short video on youtube demoing a prototype currently known as the GCW. Firmware and potential model name are under wraps at this point, but the internal specs make for some mildly interesting reading.
Qbertaddict divulges that the innards of this device are manufactured by Ingenic, the same firm that supplied the SoC for the Dingoo A320. This time however the specs are a little more impressive, reportedly packing an 800Mhz CPU, 256MB RAM and a dedicated GPU. This made me curious enough to head on over to Ingenic’s website and take a look at their current products to see which SoC it might be. It looks likely to be a JZ4760 overclocked from 600Mhz and with a dedicated 2D GPU on board, but qbertaddict did say that the SoC was capable of reaching ~1Ghz so it’s a possibility that there lies a JZ4770 in here instead – which I guess would offer a fair bit more potential than the former due to it’s dedicated 3D acceleration. I briefly covered this SoC before if you’re interested —> click
Check the video for some SNES and PS1 action. Oh, and if you think the shell looks familiar – that’s because it seems to be using a modified version of the Gemei A330 shell 🙂