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    Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    The £150 Pip takes its design cues from the Nintendo Switch but is open to tinkering.
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    Re: Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    imho looks rubbish

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    Re: Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    that's it, you stay positive ;-)

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    Re: Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    I was half expecting this to look like a Pip-Boy from the Fallout series,so disappointed myself.


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    Re: Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    Vtech called, can they have their 80s toy back ?

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    Re: Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    It reminded me of Pip from South Park!

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    Re: Pip, a Raspberry Pi powered handheld, nears funding goal

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    I was half expecting this to look like a Pip-Boy from the Fallout series,so disappointed myself.
    This. Looks like an opening in the market !
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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