Leapfrog Didj

The Leapfrog Didj is a handheld console that was originally released in 2008. It's built for educational software, but runs a Linux distribution that has created a bit of hacker interest.

Overview

The Didj is a basic handheld system with a D-pad and A and B buttons. It also has start select and bumpers. Users can also customize their avatar with unlockables from games. There have been 17 games released for the system. It has an ARM9 @ 393 MHz CPU.

Leapfrog Didj games