The powerhouse open-source handheld we’ve been waiting on for about two years now has entered its second run of production. The first run of 4000 units sold out, so if you were on the fence, you likely got shafted. This time, jump on it, you fool! Yeah, at $350 it’s a bit expensive, but if you’re at all interested in open-source hardware or just want a sweet handheld gaming platform, it’s going to be worth it.
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