The GP2X series of open source portable gaming devices will include the new GP2X F-200 this fall. Notable updates include a touch screen and a redesigned D-pad. The main draw of these Linux-based portables is built-in emulator support, allowing you to play games from systems including NES, MAME, Game Boy, Sega Genesis, SNES, and Atari Lynx.
The GP2X also plays movies and has a built-in e-book reader and photo viewer. It’ll soon be available for preorder on Play-Asia.com. No price yet but the GP2X F-100 is $179 so we’d expect the F-200 to maybe be around $200 or so.