Embedded systems that can run Doom
- From: Philipp Klaus Krause <pkk@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 16:26:34 +0100
I'd like to build a small (and not too expensive) embedded system
capable of running Doom.
I've heard of people being able to run Doom on an Atmel AT32AP7000.
However the components needed to build such a system still seem a bit
large to me. And the processor alone is at over 18€ at digikey, memory
would add to the cost.
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