The Leapster Explorer (like its predecessor the Didj) is a toy produced by Leapfrog marketed as an educational handheld gaming coonsole for kids aged 5-10. Although it has a proprietary graphical front end, it runs a generic Linux distribution on the same Arm9 based processor as the Didj. Console access to the Explorer is achieved using the same method as found on the Didj.
Detailed specifications TBD.
What we know so far:
CPU: It is believed the device is powered by the same ARM9-based LF1000 processor as found in the Didj, clocked at 533MHz.
Storage: 512MB (Believed to be NAND)
RAM: Unknown at this time
Networking support: Via USB Gadget Ethernet
Interface types: USB host/device, UART
Physical connectors : Cartridge socket (providing NAND, SDIO and UART), Mini USB port, a proprietary form-factor accessory port for USB camera, DC Power, headphone, and a charger socket.
Input device: Touchscreen/stylus
Flash support (via Flash Lite runtime)