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I think one was in the works but Nintendum put there noses in it so the guys who made it can't release it anymore.
 

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ummm, I know they have GBA emulators for the pocket PC, not shure about the Palm OS.
 

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Pocket PC seems to have all the good emu's :p
 

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Palms have no powerful processor. The Handspring Visor Deluxe I own only has a 44MHz processor. Also the more modern Pocket PCs only have a processor of around 400MHz, so even if GBA emulation was avaliable, there would be serious slowdowns.

In conclusion, Palms are out of the picture for NGemulation. Until Pocket PCs start to pack more speed, it will also be impossible too
 

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Kirby said:
Palms have no powerful processor. The Handspring Visor Deluxe I own only has a 44MHz processor. Also the more modern Pocket PCs only have a processor of around 400MHz, so even if GBA emulation was avaliable, there would be serious slowdowns.

In conclusion, Palms are out of the picture for NGemulation. Until Pocket PCs start to pack more speed, it will also be impossible too
I think newer palms use ARM processors as apposed to the old dragonballs, so they can have the same clock-speed now as PPCs. So in theory emulation on modern palms is perfectly feasable.
 

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Palms have no powerful processor. The Handspring Visor Deluxe I own only has a 44MHz processor. Also the more modern Pocket PCs only have a processor of around 400MHz, so even if GBA emulation was avaliable, there would be serious slowdowns.

In conclusion, Palms are out of the picture for NGemulation. Until Pocket PCs start to pack more speed, it will also be impossible too
Um, my Palm Zire 72 packs a PXA270 312 MHz processor which is one of the higher end XScale models. And, I have it running at 520 MHz btw. So in other words, emulation might be possible for these systems. Oh, and what would cause serious slowdowns? The GBA emulation? I mean they did get a running PSX emulator for PPCs right?

Why does Pocket PC steal all the emulators leaving few for Palm? :(
 

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I have a GBA emu for my HP IPAQ Pocket PC. The IPAQ boasts a 400mhz X-Scale processor which runs the GBA Emu at full speed. The Emu is called Morph Gear. BTW, the GBA does not have a 400mhz processor. At least not as far as I know it doesn't.
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Yes, but you should have a much faster processor to emulate it. Anything arounf or above 200Mhz should be fine - in Pocket PC processors anyways.
 
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