PalmInfocenter has details on Tapwave's upcoming Zodiac mobile gaming platform. The device runs PalmOS 5.2, has a 480x320 screen, 3D graphics acceleration, and even Bluetooth for multiplayer games. The Zodiac will apparently launch with a slew of games, including Doom II, Spyhunter, and Neverwinter Nights.
Against Nintendo's $99 Game Boy Advance, the $299 entry-level Zodiac is certainly an expensive alternative. However, the device is compatible with all existing PalmOS software and does have robust multimedia playback support. Bluetooth multiplayer sounds pretty intriguing, too.
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