Panasonic revealed a new portable gaming system named Jungle. It's a clamshell type device with a super high-resolution display, NVIDIA Tegra chipset, a QWERTY keyboard, d-pad, mini-HDMI, micro-USB, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The company developed a Battlestar Galactica game for the Jungle, but overall the device looks rather unimpressive. More info at Engadget.
The makers of the ill-fated 3DO are returning to the gaming world with a portable system dubbed "The Jungle." The clamshell device will allegedly sport a super high-resolution display, features a full QWERTY keyboard along with what looks like a touch sensitive d-pad and button arrangement, and may run atop a custom Linux build. The Jungle will also apparently sport a mini HDMI port, a micro USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. To our eyes, the system looks a little on the clunky side, with a definite air of something out of Nokia's N-Gage line -- not a good thing for a 2010 device. Alongside the system itself, Panasonic will launch a Battlestar Galactica title for the device, and a web show called Online Underground.