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Old 06 January 2010, 13:20   #23
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Originally Posted by picman View Post
I would hope the cost would be below £100, it wouldnt take long to produce the hardware, a little time to port the software, but i would expect a working proto in 8/10 weeks from the start. Its not such a big project really.
The software has already been writen, it just needs porting over.
The firmware for the arm is simple and wouldnt take long (i have a lot of it done already from other projects) or we could just use the atmel sam, the code is already done.

So you can see its just a new board thats small enough to fit the psp, and use the lcd, and the dpads etc.

The psp has a sony memory stick socket already, would it make any sense to rip it out for an sd connector? Or just use the one already there?
I would have thought using the slot that comes with the PSP would be the best idea, since it has probably been designed to save space and it is already been setup for you.
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