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Over the past few months more than ever, video games have served as a comforting form of escape, constant entertainment, and way to connect with others in the community. 

Whether the go-to is Fortnite, Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, or even OG classics like Super Mario or Donkey Kong, it is undeniable that there is a strong connection between music and gaming, and finding the right musical vibe is the perfect way to fuel that next session. 

This was the inspiration behind our latest program designed to connect artists and listeners. We’ve launched Game Time, a new series of exclusive playlists featuring artists who also happen to be avid gamers. Each playlist features a hand-picked lineup of songs that soundtrack each artist’s gaming experience, from chill tracks to pump up anthems, with special messages from the artist about their picks.

Check out the new playlists below, and continue to check back in as we will update this page with new  content from some of your favorite artists.

Kaskade: Fresh off his performance in Fortnite, iconic DJ and producer Kaskade put together a spectacular exclusive playlist for Game Time. His selections include tracks from his own catalog, plus absolute gems from Lane 8, SG Lewis, Black Coffee, Maceo Plex, Diplo, Gorgon City & More. Hit play to hear a message from Kaskade himself and settle in to vibe out during your next gaming session.

J Balvin:Fresh off his performance in Fortnite in 2020, Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin put together an incredible hand-picked selection for his Game Time playlist. Featuring a wide range of genres and artists, the tracklist includes songs from Skrillex, 21 Savage, Korn, Nirvana, and, of course, music from his own catalog, the playlist is sure to get you energized for your next gaming session.

Slushii: Acclaimed DJ & Electronic Producer Slushii came through with a high-energy playlist for Game Time. Featuring many of his own productions plus bass heavy selections from Zeds Dead, Tokyo Machine, and Marshmello, this playlist is sure to get you hype while gaming.

Tyla Yahweh: Rising rapper & singer Tyla Yaweh came through with an incredible exclusive playlist for Game Time. Full of melodic Hip Hop and featuring tracks from Yung Bleu, Young Dolph, Saint JHN, Swae Lee and Tyla himself, this playlist will definitely get you in the right vibe for gaming.

Monstercat: Leading independent electronic music label Monstercat has been an influential voice in dance music over the last 10 years, and the same can be said about their impact in the gaming space. Forging partnerships with major publishers like Epic/Psyonix, Monstercat has placed over 100 tracks in the popular game Rocket League since 2017. We’re so excited that they made an exclusive playlist just for Game Time. Featuring artists from their roster like Slushii, Tokyo Machine, Marshmello, and Dion Timmer, this selection showcases the high-energy and forward-thinking electronic music they are known for championing.

Regulo Caro: One of the most popular artists in the Regional Mexican genre, singer and songwriter Regulo Caro is also a life-long gamer.  With a particular interest in fighting games and first person shooters, he’s always playing music while gaming. Regulo’s Game Time playlist has all the music that fuels his gaming sessions and features a wide range of artists styles and genres.

Sikdope: Poland’s biggest DJ/Producer Sikdope delivered an exclusive playlist for his installment of Game Time. Full of high-energy bass house, trap and future bass from his own catalog as well as from artists like Zeds Dead, Duke & Jones, Marshmello, AC Slater, & Jauz, this collection is sure to get you in the zone for gaming.

Lil Loaded: Up-and-coming Dallas rapper Lil Loaded put together an exclusive playlist just for Game Time. Featuring Tracks from Polo G, NLE Choppa, Toosii, YNW Melly and himself, this playlist is full of songs he uses to turn up while gaming. Hit play to hear all of his picks plus a message from Lil Loaded himself.

Steve Aoki: Two-time Grammy-nominated producer/DJ and avid gamer Steve Aoki put together an exclusive high energy playlist to get you into gaming mode. The playlist features tracks from Bear Grillz, Henry Fong, and Timmy Trumpet as well as his own original productions and remixes. Check out his playlist for exclusive commentary from Steve himself.

Logic: Fresh off retirement to stream on Twitch full-time, rapper and gamer Logic put together a mix of timeless Hip Hop and RnB tracks that inspire him and will pair perfectly with your next gaming session. The playlist includes tracks from The Roots, Mos Def, Kendrick, Nas and more. Check out his exclusive playlist to hear all of his selections plus a message from Logic himself.

Gryffin:Dance & Electronic music producer Gryffin put together an amazing Melodic Future Bass playlist just for Game Time. Featuring his own incredible productions and tracks from Seven Lions, Nurko, and Mitis this uplifting selection will bring some energy while you’re gaming. Check out his playlist to hear all of his picks plus an exclusive message from Gryffin himself.

The Glitch Mob: Electronic music group The Glitch Mob delivered an incredible and eclectic electronic music playlist just for Game Time. You’ll hear tracks from some of the trio’s favorite artists like Rival Consoles, Gesaffelstein, Jon Hopkins, and Flying Lotus, plus their own remix of “Saikuron” from Playstation’s Ghost of Tsushima soundtrack. Get ready for an audio adventure plus an exclusive message from The Glitch Mob themselves.

CRAY: Electronic Producer and Twitch streamer CRAY created an eclectic mix for her Game Time Playlist. With selections from Frank Sinatra, My Chemical Romance, John Denver, Gammer, and Fatboy Slim, this playlist runs the gamut in style and genre. From chill tracks perfect for Fallout to Rage tracks that can fuel an intense First Person Shooter, CRAY’s exclusive selection is a perfect match for your next gaming session. Dive in to check the playlist with commentary from CRAY herself.

Proximity: Founded by Blake Coppelson, Proximity is an independent label and online music curator focused on Electronic Music. Over the years, Proximity has built a massive audience with 8.6 million subscribers to their YouTube Channel and launching the Digital Mirage Virtual Festival. Most recently, Proximity has partnered with the new Gaming & Pop Culture TV network VENN, for a show bringing artists to perform live. Blake put together an exclusive playlist of electronic music just for Game Time, including tracks from artists like, Porter Robinson, Wolfgang Gartner, NERO, Kaskade and much more.

Terrell Hines: Rising Georgia rapper Terrell Hines put together an exclusive playlist just for Game Time. Leading off with his genre bending new single “On Fire” which is also featured in the official soundtrack for Madden 21, Terrell’s playlist also features tracks from Big KRIT, DaBaby, Juice WRLD, and Drake. Hit play to set off your next gaming session with Terrell’s hand picked selections.

Borgore: Electronic Producer and gamer Borgore put together a sick exclusive playlist just for Game TIme. The playlist features a bass heavy selection to get you hyped, with tracks from HVDES, KULTIVATE, Point.Blank and Borgore himself.

Marshmello: The anonymous Producer/DJ Marshmello put together a massive 40 track high energy playlist that’s certain to fuel your next gaming session. The playlist features tracks from Jauz, Slushii, Duke & Jones, Sikdope, Alesso and more while including his own collabs with SVDDEN DEATH, Elohim, and A Day to Remember. Dive in and get ready for that next insane drop, this is Game Time.

KYLE: So-Cal rapper Kyle came through with an incredible exclusive playlist curated just for gamers. Featuring tracks from video games he loves, songs that sample video games, and songs that come from avid gamers just like KYLE. 

Surf Mesa: Rising producer and TikTok sensation Surf Mesa put together an exclusive playlist of songs that are perfect to chill and game to. The 20 track list includes tasty tracks from 53 thieves, Kasbo, Petit Biscuit, Shallou, Flume and More! 

Fredo Bang: Rising Baton Rouge rapper Fredo Bang curated an exclusive playlist for Pandora full of melodic rap tracks that are perfect for locking into a game and just zoning out.

Tokyo Machine: The masked producer Tokyo Machine is known for combining bass heavy EDM with the distinctive 8-bit sounds inspired by video games. For Game Time he curated an exclusive playlist focused on this perfect pairing. From his own gaming inspired tracks like PLAY and JOURNEY to tracks from Slushii, JOYRYDE and ALRT, this playlist is sure to keep the energy up during your next gaming session.

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March 5, 2021

vs. Spica

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March 6, 2021

vs. ex-PWYH

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Win +0 – 0 vs. Unrated

March 6, 2021

vs. WAY Esports

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Pandora Esports (PES)

Pandora Esports
  • Country:

    Indonesia
  • Founded:

    2018
  • Rank:

    0.
  • Record:

    3 / 5 (38%)
  • Points:

    20,400
  • Prize Money:

    0 €

Recent Matches

Biggest Rivals

Signature Heroes

  • Bane

    Bane

    4 games overall

    Last game: 2018-02-24

  • Anti-Mage

    Anti-Mage

    3 games overall

    Last game: 2018-02-24

Team Performance

No matches in the last 10 months

Member History

  • NMM

    NMM

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • Mikoto

    Mikoto

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • Hyde-

    Hyde-

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • SoryveiL

    SoryveiL

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • wakanda

    wakanda

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Pandora Esports (PES)

Pandora Esports
  • Country:

    Indonesia
  • Founded:

    2018
  • Rank:

    .
  • Record:

    0 / 0 (0%)
  • Points:

    0
  • Prize Money:

    0 €

Recent Matches

Biggest Rivals

Team Performance

No matches in the last 10 months

Member History

  • NMM

    NMM

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • Mikoto

    Mikoto

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • Hyde-

    Hyde-

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • SoryveiL

    SoryveiL

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • wakanda

    wakanda

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

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Pandora (console)

Handheld game console

The Pandora is a operating system, handheld game console and mobile personal computer originally released in 2010. It is designed to take advantage of existing free and open-source software and to be a target for homebrew development. It includes several features that no handheld game consoles have previously had, making it a cross between a handheld game console and a subnotebook. It is developed and produced by OpenPandora, which is made up of former distributors and community members of the GP32 and GP2X handhelds. Until 2013, multiple batches of slightly updated Pandora variants were produced. In 2014 the development of a redesigned and upgraded successor,[3] called DragonBox Pyra, was started.[4]

History[edit]

A prototype model (left), compared to a production model (right)

Development of the Pandora began when Craig Rothwell, Fatih Kilic, Michael Mrozek and (later) Michael Weston teamed up and planned a portable system that would excel in the areas where they thought the GP32 and GP2X systems (from Game Park and GamePark Holdings respectively) were flawed.[5] The Pandora was designed based on ideas and suggestions contributed by GP32X forum members, with the goal of creating the ultimate open source handheld device.[6] When announcing the system, the designers of Pandora stated that it would be more powerful than any handheld video game console that had yet existed.[1]

The final case and keymat design was made by Dave Cancilier[7] (DaveC), who was known on the forums for custom hardware modifications.[8]

In February 2008 the Pandora wiki had already been created; as of 2014, it contains a thousand pages and is translated with the MediaWiki Translate extension.[9]

The initial development and setup costs were funded through a crowdfunding approach where early supporters provided enough money to support a production run,[10] and when the console made it into production, each supporter would receive the device they paid for (what actually ended up happening due to cost overruns is that the early supporters received devices as later sales recouped the initial investment costs). OpenPandora began taking payments on September 30, 2008[5][11] and began shipping to customers on May 21, 2010.[12][13] In late 2011, after production problems, OpenPandora shifted its production from Texas to Germany, delaying production,[14] and the device was upgraded from 256 MB to 512 MB RAM.[15]

As of September 3, 2012, 4600 units had been shipped and 400 early supporters were still waiting to receive a console,[16] as these pre-orders are only fulfilled when sales to new customers are made.[17] Since June 2012, a new 1 GHz model has been made available in limited amounts during the summer 2012. Due to the shortage of previous 600 MHz chips, this new model has become the de facto standard in 2013.

In March 2013, the pre-order queue of the German OpenPandora GmbH company (owned by Michael Mrozek aka EvilDragon) was finally cleared.[18] The remaining pre-order queue of the UK OpenPandora Ltd. company (owned by Craig Rothwell) turned out to be significantly larger than originally reported, and the UK company has requested to be struck off.[19] This means that the original pre-orderers at the UK company are unlikely to ever get their unit from the UK company. Also because of this, buyers have lost their money. Although there is no legal connection between the two companies, the German OpenPandora GmbH company is trying to help those UK customers by offering them significant discounts (if they decide to buy a unit from the German company instead of waiting for the UK company) and by organizing community donations to get them peer-funded units.[20]

As of December 2, 2013, about 6000 units have been shipped.[21] On November 19, 2013, it was announced that the production of the final Pandora batch has been started.[22] About 7500 Pandoras have been made and sold altogether between 2010 and 2014, with further production made impossible due to shortage of WiFi chips.[23]

In 2014 the OpenPandora project opened the hardware design files to the community, making the OpenPandora a kind of open source hardware.[24][25]

Speculation and discussion about a successor to the Pandora has started on the OpenPandora boards. Features and a demo prototype were announced at FOSDEM 2014; the project is called DragonBox Pyra.

Overview[edit]

The render of the Pandora, which was computer-created by OpenPandora in late 2008

The Pandora is designed to be a handheld game console with high-end PDA capabilities, but may also be run as a low-power full-featured Linux desktop. The system by default comes with a LinuxOS based on Ångström.[26]

The interface is custom themed to fit the small form factor and touchscreen, analogue joystick, and keyboard-based inputs available. Users can install and run their own desktop environment if they choose. Users may even install other Linux distributions like Ubuntu[27] or Gentoo[28] themselves. It is possible as well to run Android (gingerbread) through a PND package on top of the Angrstrom distribution, while it requires overclocking to perform flawlessly.

One of Pandora's major intended uses is for homebrew gaming and for the emulation of older computer systems and video game consoles, which is possible through efficient use of the resources made available by the Texas InstrumentsOMAP 3530SoC. The Pandora developers have already shown working emulators for Dreamcast (Dreamcast emulator was never released), PlayStation, Nintendo 64,[29]Amiga, SNES, Atari Jaguar and Sega Mega Drive software,[30] and the Pandora is thought by its developers to have the potential to emulate most if not all machines older than the Dreamcast.[31]

For software and video games where source code is available (see List of commercial video games with available source code), instead of emulation, source ports were created for the Pandora; notable examples are Jagged Alliance 2[32][33] and Homeworld.[34][35]

The device is also intended for use as a portable media playback device with a storage capacity of up to 128 GB of data (64 GB SDXC cards) across two SD memory card slots.[36]

The Pandora uses standard libraries such as OpenGL ES and SDL which are freely available, allowing anyone who wishes the ability to develop for the system. Many developers from the GP2x community have publicly stated that they will be developing applications for the new system.[citation needed]

The Pandora is compatible with Debian packages built for the ARM architecture using APT. A Git repository offers the latest kernel source.[37]

Lists on the community-maintained Pandora Wiki keep track of new software releases.[38][39] Most, but not all, Pandora software is uploaded to either the Pandora Apps, the Pandora File Archive or Pandora Repo websites. The Pandora File Archive existed first and is run by Michael Mrozek. Pandora Apps was launched by Craig Rothwell in May 2010, and is designed for viewing on the Pandora's smaller screen resolution.

The Pandora Repo (yet unnamed) was developed by a member of the community with help from the community. Its use has been adopted quickly as it tends to have the latest software releases first, as it doesn't require developers to enter any details about the application being uploaded—instead, these are automatically acquired from the application itself.

The Pandora Repo is also the first that uses the community created REPO specifications[40] which allows native clients to get applications from the pandora repo without actually visiting the website (much akin to Synaptic package manager).

The Pandora community is also notable for the development of tools required to achieve several successful static recompilations of complex binary software to the Pandora platform.[41][42] For instance, in 2014 an ARM architecture version of the 1998 video gameStarCraft was generated by static recompilation from the original x86 version.[43][44][45] In 2015, a similar port of Diablo II followed.[46][47]

Technical specifications[edit]

There are several Pandora variants.[48]

Pandora Classic[49][edit]

  • Texas InstrumentsOMAP3530 SoC
  • 256 MiB DDR-333 SDRAM
  • 512 MB NAND flash memory
  • Integrated Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
  • Integrated Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (3 Mbit/s) (Class 2, +4dBm)
  • 800×480 resolution touchscreen LCD, 4.3" widescreen, 16.7 million colors (300 cd/m2 brightness, 450:1 contrast ratio)
  • Dual SDHC card slots (currently supporting up to 32 GB of storage each, supports SDIO)
  • Gamepad controls with 2 shoulder buttons
  • Dual analog nubs; 15 mm diameter, concave, 2.5 mm travel from centre[50][51]
  • 43 button QWERTY and numeric keypad
  • USB 2.0 high-speed port (480 Mbit/s) capable of providing standard 500 mA current to attached devices, USB On-The-Go supporting charging Pandora
  • Externally accessible UART for hardware hacking and debugging
  • Internal microphone plus ability to connect external microphone through headset[49]
  • Headphone output up to 150 mW/channel into 16 ohms, 99 dB SNR
  • TV output (composite and S-Video, both for PAL and NTSC)[49]
  • Brick prevention with integrated bootloader for safe code experimentation[49]
  • Runs the Linux kernel (2.6.x for older versions, 3.2 in the latest Super Zaxxon firmware from July 2012)[49]
  • 4200 mAh rechargeable lithium polymer battery[52][53]
  • Estimated 8.5–10+ hour battery life for games, 10+ hour battery life for video and general applications, 100+ hours for music playback (with maximum power management), and 450+ hours in suspend-to-ram[54][55]
  • Dimensions: 140.29 mm × 83.48 mm × 29.25 mm (5.523 in × 3.287 in × 1.152 in) (314 ml) (5.51×3.27×1.06 in)
  • Mass: 320 g (0.71 lb)

Pandora Rebirth[edit]

Based on Pandora Classic with following changes:

Pandora 1 GHz[edit]

Based on Pandora Classic/Rebirth with following changes:

Similar products[edit]

Other single-board computers using OMAP3500 series processors include OSWALD[56] developed by Oregon State University students for computer science education, Beagle Board, IGEPv2, Touch Book, and Gumstix Overo series. The Gizmondo 2 was to be a potential commercial competitor of the Pandora, but the Gizmondo 2 was cancelled.

GPD Win can also run Linux.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"Official OpenPandora Site". OpenPandora. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  2. ^website of the DragonBox Pyra
  3. ^1Ghz Phasing Out, and Successor AnnouncementArchived 2016-06-03 at the Wayback Machine (2013)
  4. ^Pandoralive post about the FOSDEM newsArchived 2016-06-02 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ ab"Why the Pandora came to be". Pocketgamer.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  6. ^"ARM Press Release". Arm.com. 2008-05-09. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  7. ^Posting by Michael Mrozek. OpenPandora forum. 2014-06-01.
  8. ^DaveCArchived 2015-02-03 at the Wayback Machine, Pandora
  9. ^Pandora Wiki, WikiApiary.
  10. ^How the Pandora came to beArchived 2013-12-03 at the Wayback Machine, Pandora
  11. ^Patel, Nilay. Pandora pre-orders go live. Engadget. Sept. 30, 2008.
  12. ^"Official Blog: It finally happened!". OpenPandora. 2010-05-22. Archived from the original on 2012-03-01. Retrieved 2010-05-22.
  13. ^First shipping emails hit inboxes. Pandora Press. May 21, 2010.
  14. ^EvilDragon (2011-07-12). "A fresh new start, Part 1". Archived from the original on 2015-10-16. Retrieved 2012-01-02.
  15. ^EvilDragon (2011-12-24). "100% success!". Archived from the original on 2013-01-23. Retrieved 2012-01-02.
  16. ^Current StatusArchived 2015-10-14 at the Wayback Machine, Pandora
  17. ^3 Year Anniversary since ordering PandoraArchived 2013-01-27 at the Wayback Machine, OpenPandora Discussion Boards
  18. ^One queue cleared, TV Out cables finally coming and some other tidbits, Official OpenPandora News, 20 March 2013
  19. ^Openpandora Ltd (UK) Struck off email, OpenPandora Official Boards, 16 November 2013
  20. ^EvilDragon's Pre-Order Survey Thread, Official OpenPandora News
  21. ^OpenPandora Official Boards. December 2, 2013.
  22. ^OpenPandora is NOT dead!, Official OpenPandora News, 19 November 2013
  23. ^Ask the Dragon! (Q+A with Michael Mrozek, 52:07 in video - "Do you expect to sell more or less Pyras than you sold Pandoras?"). 2018-08-03.
  24. ^OpenPandora-Gehaeusedaten-und-Schaltplan-offengelegt on heise.de
  25. ^the-day-the-pandora-goes-even-more-open on pyra-handheld.com
  26. ^"About the Pandora". OpenPandora.org. OpenPandora. 2010-11-01. Archived from the original on 2015-03-26. Retrieved 2012-01-02.
  27. ^Ubuntu on Pandora devboard (2) on YouTube
  28. ^"Neuvoo". Archived from the original on 2010-11-19. Retrieved 2010-11-12.
  29. ^"Official 'Mupen64Plus". Gp32x.com. Archived from the original on 2009-09-08. Retrieved 2009-09-06.
  30. ^"Pandora Development Blog". OpenPandora. Archived from the original on April 27, 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  31. ^"Official 'semi-speculative' emulator list". Gp32x.com. Archived from the original on 2009-03-01. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  32. ^Burnes, Andrew (2004-02-25). "Jagged Alliance 2 Source Code To Be Bundled With Wildfire". ign.com. Archived from the original on January 8, 2013. Retrieved 2012-12-23.
  33. ^Jagged Alliance 2 on repo.openpandora.org
  34. ^Largent, Andy (2003-10-08). "Homeworld Source Code Released". Inside Mac Games. Retrieved 2011-01-10.
  35. ^pandorapress staff (2011-06-23). "Game of the Week #3 – Homeworld SDL". pandorapress.net. Archived from the original on 2011-08-30. Retrieved 2013-04-24.
  36. ^"Confirmed: 64GB SD cards work on the Pandora". Retrieved 2010-07-09.
  37. ^OpenPandora Blog post, "There's a git in the web!"Archived 2009-01-16 at the Wayback Machine by EvilDragon
  38. ^Pandora Wiki: Games
  39. ^Pandora Wiki: Software projects
  40. ^REPO specifications
  41. ^notaz (2014-03-04). "Starcraft". openpandora.org. Retrieved 2014-03-29.
  42. ^"Warcraft: Orcs & Humans". repo.openpandora.org.
  43. ^Steinlechner, Peter (2014-03-10). "Starcraft für ARM-Handheld kompiliert" (in German). golem.de. Retrieved 2014-03-25.
  44. ^notaz (2014-03-04). "StarCraft". repo.openpandora.org. Retrieved 2014-03-26.
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  46. ^Diablo II Running on Open Pandora!Archived 2015-12-08 at the Wayback Machine on PandoraLive (22 November 2015)
  47. ^notaz (2015-11-22). "Diablo II". openpandora.org. Retrieved 2015-12-04.
  48. ^"Pandora Editions". Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved 2012-08-30.
  49. ^ abcde"MWeston's Site". Openpandora. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  50. ^"Will You Buy It?". GP32 GP2X Pandora. The Wiz. Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
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  52. ^"Boot Time". GP32 GP2X Pandora. The Wiz. Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  53. ^"Battery For Pandora". GP32 GP2X Pandora. The Wiz. Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  54. ^"Pandora Lite?". GP32 GP2X Pandora. The Wiz. 2008-06-04. Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  55. ^"Can It Play Mp3-files In Energy-saving Mode?". GP32 GP2X Pandora. The Wiz. Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  56. ^OSWALD Hand-held Computer - TracArchived 2009-01-23 at the Wayback Machine. Beaversource.oregonstate.edu. Retrieved on 2013-08-23.

External links[edit]

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Pandora Esports (PES)

Pandora Esports
  • Country:

    Indonesia
  • Founded:

    2018
  • Rank:

    0.
  • Record:

    3 / 5 (38%)
  • Points:

    20,400
  • Prize Money:

    0 €

Recent Matches

Biggest Rivals

Signature Heroes

  • Bane

    Bane

    4 games overall

    Last game: 2018-02-24

  • Anti-Mage

    Anti-Mage

    3 games overall

    Last game: 2018-02-24

Team Performance

No matches in the last 10 months

Member History

  • NMM

    NMM

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • Mikoto

    Mikoto

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • Hyde-

    Hyde-

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • SoryveiL

    SoryveiL

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

  • wakanda

    wakanda

    2018-02-22 - 2018-02-28

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

January 30, pandora esports, 2021

vs. Rex Regum Qeon

Champions Tour Indonesia Stage 1: Challengers 1

Loss 0 – 0 vs. 1440

March 5, 2021

vs. Spica

Champions Tour Indonesia Stage 1: Challengers 3

Win +0 – 0 vs. Unrated

March 6, 2021

vs. ex-PWYH

Champions Tour Football helmet saints Stage 1: Challengers 3

Win +0 – 0 vs. Unrated

March 6, 2021

vs. WAY Esports

Champions Tour Indonesia Stage 1: Challengers 3

Loss 0 – 0 vs, pandora esports. 1461

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Pandora (console)

Handheld game console

The Pandora is a operating system, handheld game console and mobile personal computer originally released in 2010. It is designed to take advantage of existing free and open-source software and to be a target for homebrew development. It includes several features that no handheld game consoles have previously had, making it a cross between a handheld game console and a subnotebook. It is developed and produced by OpenPandora, which is made up of former distributors and community members of the GP32 and GP2X handhelds, pandora esports. Until 2013, multiple batches of slightly updated Pandora variants were produced. In 2014 pandora esports development of a redesigned and upgraded successor,[3] called DragonBox Pyra, was started.[4]

History[edit]

A prototype model (left), compared to a production model (right)

Development of the Pandora began when Craig Rothwell, pandora esports, Fatih Kilic, Michael Mrozek and (later) Michael Weston teamed up and planned a portable system that would excel in the areas where they thought the GP32 and GP2X systems (from Game Park and GamePark Holdings respectively) were flawed.[5] The Pandora was designed based on ideas and suggestions contributed by GP32X forum members, pandora esports, with the goal of creating the ultimate open source handheld device.[6] When announcing the system, the designers of Pandora stated that it would be more powerful than any handheld video game console that had yet existed.[1]

The final case and keymat design was made by Dave Cancilier[7] (DaveC), who was known on the forums for custom hardware modifications.[8]

In February 2008 the Pandora wiki had already been created; as of 2014, it contains a thousand pages and is translated with the MediaWiki Translate extension.[9]

The initial development and setup costs were funded through a crowdfunding approach where early supporters provided enough money to support a production run,[10] and when the console made it into production, each supporter would receive the device they paid for (what actually ended up happening due to cost overruns is that the early supporters received devices as later sales recouped the initial investment costs). OpenPandora began taking payments on September 30, 2008[5][11] and began shipping to customers on May 21, 2010.[12][13] In late 2011, after production problems, OpenPandora shifted its production from Texas to Germany, pandora esports, delaying production,[14] pandora esports the device was upgraded from 256 MB to 512 MB RAM.[15]

As of September 3, pandora esports, 4600 units had been shipped and 400 early supporters were still waiting to receive a console,[16] as these pre-orders are only fulfilled when sales to new customers are made.[17] Since June 2012, a new 1 GHz model has been made available in limited amounts during the summer 2012. Due to the shortage of previous 600 MHz chips, this new model has become the de facto standard in 2013.

In March 2013, pandora esports, the pre-order queue of the German OpenPandora GmbH company (owned by Michael Mrozek aka EvilDragon) was finally cleared.[18] The remaining pre-order queue of the UK OpenPandora Ltd. company (owned by Craig Rothwell) turned out to be significantly larger than originally reported, and the UK company has requested to be struck off.[19] This means that the original pre-orderers at the UK company are unlikely to ever get their unit from the UK company, pandora esports. Also because of this, buyers have lost their money. Although there is no legal connection between the two companies, the German OpenPandora GmbH company is trying to help those UK customers by offering them significant discounts (if they decide to buy a unit from the German company instead of waiting for the UK company) and by organizing community donations to get them peer-funded units.[20]

As of December 2, 2013, pandora esports, about 6000 units have been shipped.[21] On November 19, 2013, it was announced that the production of the final Pandora batch has been started.[22] About 7500 Pandoras have been made and sold altogether between 2010 and 2014, with further production made impossible due to shortage of WiFi chips.[23]

In 2014 the OpenPandora project opened the hardware design files to the community, making the OpenPandora a kind of open source hardware.[24][25]

Speculation and discussion about a successor to the Pandora has started on the OpenPandora boards. Features and a demo prototype were announced at FOSDEM 2014; the project is called DragonBox Pyra.

Overview[edit]

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The render of the Pandora, which was computer-created by OpenPandora in late 2008

The Pandora is designed to be a handheld game console with high-end PDA capabilities, but may also be run as a low-power full-featured Linux desktop. The system by default comes with a LinuxOS based john slidell park softball Ångström.[26]

The interface is custom themed to fit the small form factor and touchscreen, analogue joystick, and keyboard-based inputs available. Users can install and run their own desktop environment if they choose. Users pandora esports even install other Linux distributions like Ubuntu[27] or Gentoo[28] themselves. It is possible as well to run Android (gingerbread) through a PND package on top of the Angrstrom distribution, while it requires overclocking to perform flawlessly.

One of Pandora's major intended uses is for homebrew gaming and for the emulation of older computer systems and video game consoles, which is possible through efficient use of the resources made available by the Texas InstrumentsOMAP 3530SoC. The Pandora developers have already shown working emulators for Dreamcast (Dreamcast emulator was never released), PlayStation, Nintendo 64,[29]Amiga, SNES, pandora esports, Atari Jaguar san felipe zambales surfing Sega Mega Drive software,[30] and the Pandora is thought by its developers to have the potential to emulate most if not all machines older than the Dreamcast.[31]

For software and video games where source code is available (see List of commercial video games with available source code), instead of emulation, source ports were created for the Pandora; notable examples are Jagged Alliance 2[32][33] and Homeworld.[34][35]

The device is also intended for use raquette de tennis femme a portable media playback device with a storage capacity of up to 128 GB of data (64 GB SDXC cards) across two SD memory card slots.[36]

The Pandora uses standard libraries such as OpenGL ES and SDL which are freely available, allowing anyone who wishes the ability to develop for the system. Many developers from the GP2x community have publicly stated that they will be developing applications for the new system.[citation needed]

The Pandora is compatible with Debian packages built for the ARM architecture using APT. A Git repository offers the latest kernel source.[37]

Lists on the community-maintained Pandora Wiki keep track of new software releases.[38][39] Most, but not all, Pandora software is uploaded to either the Pandora Apps, the Pandora File Archive or Pandora Repo websites. The Pandora File Archive existed first and is run by Michael Mrozek. Pandora Apps was launched by Craig Rothwell in May 2010, and is designed for viewing on the Pandora's smaller screen resolution.

The Pandora Repo (yet unnamed) was developed by a member of the community with help from the community. Its use has texas longhorns softball score adopted quickly as it tends to have the latest software releases first, as it doesn't require developers to enter any details about the application being uploaded—instead, these are automatically acquired from the application itself.

The Pandora Repo is also the first that uses the community created Pandora esports specifications[40] which allows native clients to get applications from the pandora repo without actually visiting the website (much akin to Synaptic package manager).

The Pandora community is also notable for the development of tools required to achieve several successful static recompilations of complex binary software to the Pandora platform.[41][42] For instance, in 2014 an ARM architecture version of the 1998 video gameStarCraft was generated by static recompilation from the original x86 version.[43][44][45] In 2015, a similar port of Diablo II followed.[46][47]

Technical specifications[edit]

There are several Pandora variants.[48]

Pandora Classic[49][edit]

  • Texas InstrumentsOMAP3530 SoC
  • 256 MiB DDR-333 SDRAM
  • 512 MB NAND flash memory
  • Integrated Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
  • Integrated Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (3 Mbit/s) (Class 2, pandora esports, +4dBm)
  • 800×480 resolution touchscreen LCD, 4.3" widescreen, 16.7 million colors (300 cd/m2 brightness, 450:1 contrast ratio)
  • Dual SDHC card slots (currently supporting up to 32 GB of storage each, pandora esports, supports SDIO)
  • Gamepad controls with 2 shoulder buttons
  • Dual analog pandora esports 15 mm diameter, concave, 2.5 mm travel from centre[50][51]
  • 43 button QWERTY and numeric keypad
  • USB 2.0 high-speed port (480 Mbit/s) capable of providing standard 500 mA current to attached devices, USB On-The-Go supporting charging Pandora
  • Externally accessible UART for hardware hacking and debugging
  • Internal microphone plus ability to connect external microphone through headset[49]
  • Headphone output up to 150 mW/channel into 16 ohms, 99 dB SNR
  • TV output (composite and S-Video, both for PAL and NTSC)[49]
  • Brick prevention with integrated bootloader for safe code experimentation[49]
  • Runs the Linux kernel (2.6.x for older versions, 3.2 in the latest Super Zaxxon firmware from July 2012)[49]
  • 4200 mAh rechargeable lithium polymer battery[52][53]
  • Estimated 8.5–10+ hour battery life for games, 10+ hour battery life for video and general applications, 100+ hours for music playback (with maximum power management), and 450+ hours in suspend-to-ram[54][55]
  • Dimensions: 140.29 mm × 83.48 mm × 29.25 mm (5.523 in × 3.287 in × 1.152 in) (314 ml) (5.51×3.27×1.06 in)
  • Mass: 320 g (0.71 lb)

Pandora Rebirth[edit]

Based on Pandora Classic with following changes:

Pandora 1 GHz[edit]

Based on Pandora Classic/Rebirth with following changes:

Similar products[edit]

Other single-board computers using OMAP3500 series processors include OSWALD[56] developed by Oregon State University students for computer science education, Beagle Board, IGEPv2, Touch Book, and Gumstix Overo series. The Gizmondo 2 was to be a potential commercial competitor of the Pandora, but the Gizmondo 2 was cancelled.

GPD Win can also run Linux.

See also[edit]

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Over the past few months more than ever, video games have served as a comforting form of escape, constant entertainment, and way to connect with others in the community. 

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This was the inspiration behind our latest program designed to connect artists and listeners. We’ve launched Game Time, a new series of exclusive playlists featuring artists who also happen to be avid gamers. Each playlist features a pandora esports lineup of songs that soundtrack each artist’s gaming experience, from pandora esports tracks to pump up anthems, with special messages from the artist about their picks.

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Kaskade: Fresh off his performance in Fortnite, iconic DJ and producer Kaskade put together a spectacular exclusive playlist for Game Time. His selections include tracks from his own catalog, plus absolute gems from Lane 8, SG Lewis, Black Coffee, Maceo Plex, Diplo, Gorgon City & More. Hit play to hear a message from Kaskade himself and settle in to vibe out during your next gaming session.

J Balvin:Fresh off his performance in Fortnite in 2020, Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin put together an incredible hand-picked selection for his Game Time playlist. Featuring a wide range of genres and pandora esports, the tracklist includes songs from Skrillex, 21 Savage, Korn, Nirvana, and, of course, music from his own catalog, the playlist is sure to get you energized for your next gaming session.

Slushii: Acclaimed DJ & Electronic Producer Slushii came through with a high-energy playlist for Game Time, pandora esports. Featuring many of his own productions plus bass heavy selections from Zeds Dead, Tokyo Machine, and Marshmello, this playlist is sure to get you hype while gaming.

Tyla Yahweh: Rising rapper & singer Tyla Yaweh came through with an incredible exclusive playlist for Game Time. Full of melodic Hip Hop and featuring tracks from Yung Bleu, 2011 totally certified football Dolph, Saint JHN, pandora esports, Swae Lee and Tyla himself, pandora esports, this playlist will definitely get you in the right vibe for gaming.

Monstercat: Leading independent electronic music label Monstercat has been an influential voice in dance music over the last 10 years, and the same can be said about their impact in the gaming space. Forging partnerships with major publishers like Epic/Psyonix, Monstercat has placed over 100 tracks in the popular game Rocket League since 2017. We’re so excited that they made an exclusive playlist just for Game Time. Featuring artists from their roster like Slushii, Tokyo Machine, Marshmello, and Dion Timmer, this selection showcases the high-energy and forward-thinking electronic music they are known for championing.

Regulo Caro: One of the most popular artists in the Regional Mexican genre, singer and songwriter Regulo Caro is also a life-long gamer.  With a particular interest in fighting games and first person shooters, he’s always playing music while gaming. Regulo’s Game Time playlist has all the music that fuels his gaming sessions and features a wide range of artists styles and genres.

Sikdope: Poland’s biggest DJ/Producer Sikdope delivered an exclusive playlist for his installment of Game Time. Full of high-energy bass house, trap and future bass from his own catalog as well as from artists like Zeds Dead, Duke & Jones, Marshmello, AC Slater, & Jauz, pandora esports, this collection is sure to get you in the zone for gaming.

Lil Loaded: Up-and-coming Dallas rapper Lil Loaded put together an exclusive playlist just for Game Time. Featuring Tracks from Polo G, NLE Choppa, Toosii, YNW Pandora esports and himself, this playlist is full of songs he uses to turn up while gaming. Hit play to hear all of his picks plus a message from Lil Loaded himself.

Steve Aoki: Two-time Grammy-nominated producer/DJ and avid gamer Steve Aoki put together an exclusive high energy playlist to get you into gaming mode. The playlist features tracks from Bear Grillz, Henry Fong, and Timmy Trumpet as well as his own original productions and remixes. Check out his playlist for exclusive commentary from Steve himself.

Logic: Fresh off retirement to stream on Twitch full-time, rapper and gamer Logic put together a mix of timeless Hip Hop and RnB tracks that inspire him and will pair perfectly with your next gaming session. The playlist includes tracks from The Roots, pandora esports, Mos Def, Kendrick, Nas and more. Check out his exclusive playlist to hear all of his selections plus a message from Logic himself.

Gryffin:Dance & Electronic music producer Gryffin put together an amazing Melodic Future Bass playlist just for Game Time. Featuring his own incredible productions and tracks from Seven Lions, Nurko, and Mitis this uplifting selection will bring some energy while you’re gaming. Check out his playlist to hear all of his picks plus an exclusive message from Gryffin himself.

The Glitch Mob: Electronic music group The Glitch Mob delivered an incredible and eclectic electronic music playlist just for Game Time. You’ll hear tracks from some of the trio’s favorite artists like Rival Consoles, Gesaffelstein, Jon Hopkins, and Flying Lotus, plus their own remix of “Saikuron” from Playstation’s Ghost of Tsushima soundtrack. Get ready for an audio adventure plus an exclusive message from The Glitch Pandora esports themselves.

CRAY: Electronic Producer and Twitch streamer CRAY created an eclectic mix for her Game Time Playlist. With selections from Frank Sinatra, My Chemical Romance, John Denver, Gammer, and Fatboy Slim, this playlist runs the gamut in style and genre. From chill tracks perfect for Fallout to Rage tracks that can fuel an intense First Person Shooter, CRAY’s exclusive selection is a perfect match for your next gaming session. Dive in to check the playlist with commentary from CRAY herself.

Proximity: Founded by Blake Coppelson, Proximity is an independent label and online music curator focused on Electronic Music. Over the years, Proximity has built a massive audience with 8.6 million subscribers to their YouTube Channel and launching the Digital Mirage Virtual Festival. Most recently, Proximity has partnered with the new Gaming & Pop Culture TV network VENN, for a show bringing artists to perform live. Blake put together an exclusive playlist of electronic music just for Game Time, including tracks from artists like, Porter Robinson, Wolfgang Gartner, NERO, Kaskade and much more.

pandora esports Hines: Rising Georgia rapper Terrell Hines put together an exclusive playlist just for Game Time. Leading off with his genre bending new single “On Fire” which is also featured in the official soundtrack for Madden 21, Terrell’s playlist also features tracks from Big KRIT, DaBaby, Juice WRLD, and Drake. Hit play to set off your next gaming session with Terrell’s hand picked selections.

Borgore: Electronic Producer and gamer Borgore put together a sick exclusive playlist just for Game TIme. The playlist features a bass heavy selection to get you hyped, pandora esports, pandora esports tracks from HVDES, KULTIVATE, Point.Blank and Borgore himself.

Marshmello: The anonymous Producer/DJ Marshmello put together a massive 40 track high energy playlist that’s certain to fuel your next gaming session. The playlist features tracks from Jauz, Slushii, Duke & Jones, Sikdope, Alesso and more while including his own collabs with SVDDEN Pandora esports, Elohim, and A Day to Remember. Dive in and get ready for that next insane drop, this is Game Time.

KYLE: So-Cal rapper Kyle came through with an incredible exclusive playlist curated just for gamers. Featuring tracks from video games he loves, songs that sample video games, and songs that come from avid gamers just like KYLE. 

Surf Mesa: Rising producer and TikTok sensation Surf Mesa put together an exclusive playlist of songs that are perfect to chill and game to. The 20 track list includes tasty tracks from 53 thieves, Kasbo, Petit Biscuit, Shallou, Flume and More! 

Fredo Bang: Rising Baton Rouge rapper Fredo Bang curated an exclusive playlist for Pandora full of melodic rap tracks that are perfect for locking into a game and just zoning out.

Tokyo Machine: The masked producer Tokyo Machine is known for combining bass heavy EDM with the distinctive 8-bit sounds inspired by video games. For Game Time he curated an exclusive playlist focused on this perfect pairing. From his own gaming inspired tracks like PLAY and JOURNEY to tracks from Slushii, JOYRYDE and ALRT, this playlist is sure to keep the energy up during your next gaming session.

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