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Nintendo's new console runs Linux

Nintendo decided to appeal to the nostalgia of classic gaming and launched a modern version of NES, or simply Nintendinho for us Brazilians, with several classic games and compatibility with current television technology for an affordable price, and to make the device work them. are using Linux.

Nintendo decided to appeal to the nostalgia of classic gaming and launched a modern version of NES, or simply Nintendinho for us Brazilians, with several classic games and compatibility with current television technology for an affordable price, and to make the device work them. are using Linux.

NES CLASSIC WITH LINUX NES Classic BoardNintendo has launched a new "old" console on the market for $ 60 that revives the classic NES released over 35 years ago with 30 games available in memory and classic console controls, a full plate for nostalgics. In addition to nostalgia, the NES Classic Edition, as it is being called, brings buyers a hint of modernity as well as nostalgia, such as an HDMI cable to make the audio and video connection with today's TV sets, Q processor.uad-core ARM Cortex-A7, 256 MB RAM and 512 MB NAND Flash memory to store games.

The video below shows in 1 hour the operation of the console, pay special attention to where are shown the licenses of open source software used in Nintendo Classic Edition.

For the console software Linux was used in conjunction with a NES emulator and a custom interface by Nintendo itself. The product will certainly be very appealing to nostalgic people, but it has some limitations on features that consumers would probably like, such as being able to add more games somehow, by memory card or something, via download, with a store for buy the games, etc. But apparently this is not an available resource. Learn more about him on the Nintendo website._____________________________________________________________________________ See an error or would you like to add any suggestions to this article? Collaborate, click here. Founder of blog and channel Diolinux, passionate about technology and games.

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