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Indrema Entertainment Systems was a consumer electronics company famous for the Indrema L600 Entertainment System, a game console intended for independent game developers. Founded in 1999 by John Gildred, Indrema's goal was to create a video game console based on common PC hardware and the Linux operating system. The console would have been the only open source console on the market, as well as the only modern console to allow free software to be written for it.

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  • Indrema Entertainment Systems was a consumer electronics company famous for the Indrema L600 Entertainment System, a game console intended for independent game developers. Founded in 1999 by John Gildred, Indrema's goal was to create a video game console based on common PC hardware and the Linux operating system. The console would have been the only open source console on the market, as well as the only modern console to allow free software to be written for it.
  • El Indrema L600 era una consola basada en Linux que estaba en desarrollo a principios del siglo XXI, pero desafortunadamente el proyecto fracasó a mediados de abril del 2001. Además de ser una consola de videojuegos, también seria un reproductor de Disco compacto, DVD, navegador de internet, y una grabadora de televisión tipo TiVo. También tendría un lector para MP3. Si la consola hubiera sido lanzada al mercado, tendría un costo de $299 dólares y 30 juegos disponibles en su lanzamiento.
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  • Indrema Entertainment Systems was a consumer electronics company famous for the Indrema L600 Entertainment System, a game console intended for independent game developers. Founded in 1999 by John Gildred, Indrema's goal was to create a video game console based on common PC hardware and the Linux operating system. The console would have been the only open source console on the market, as well as the only modern console to allow free software to be written for it. The console was expected to be released by the holiday season of 2000. An early developer unit was featured running Quake in the Indrema booth at LinuxWorld earlier in 2000. Those subscribed to Indrema's mailing list received a "top ten" list in the style of David Letterman in anticipation of the launch announcement. After being unable to raise enough capital to mass-produce the console, Indrema shut down on April 6, 2001. In his last Indrema chat session, Gildred revealed that the company needed more than $10,000,000 in capital in order to continue and gave the following advice to the next video game startup: "finish product before talking about it."
  • El Indrema L600 era una consola basada en Linux que estaba en desarrollo a principios del siglo XXI, pero desafortunadamente el proyecto fracasó a mediados de abril del 2001. Además de ser una consola de videojuegos, también seria un reproductor de Disco compacto, DVD, navegador de internet, y una grabadora de televisión tipo TiVo. También tendría un lector para MP3. Si la consola hubiera sido lanzada al mercado, tendría un costo de $299 dólares y 30 juegos disponibles en su lanzamiento. * Tendría 64MB de Ram. * Su medio de almacenamiento, hubiera sido de discos de 10Gb. * Soporte para HDTV. * Soporte para creación de juegos independientes por usuarios, con programación tipo Linux. * Procesador x86 a 600Mhz. * Proceso de 120-180 millones de polígonos por segundo.
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