[Arm-netbook] EOMA-68 Micro Engineering Board PCBs (was: eoma-68 micro engineering boards: anyone need one?
christopher at firemothindustries.com
Wed Jul 10 20:29:33 BST 2013
If its easier for you, you can send me a message in your native language. However, if I am to understand you correctly. You would like to order an EOMA-68 Micro Engineering Board, or more specifically the I/O board.
Unfortunately, all orders have completed and PCBs have been sold for this batch. If more people are interested, I can arrange for another round of fabrication.
If you're interested in the EOMA-68 A20 Computer on Module, contact Luke Leighton on this list.
On Jul 10, 2013, at 2:15 PM, Quantum <jose.laica at gmail.com> wrote:
> so I would also like to collaborate with preparation of PCB, I like the design of hardware and know a little
> but my English is not very good
> 2013/7/10 Quantum <jose.laica at gmail.com>
>> greetings to all
>> I would like to have me do get one pcb
>> that price has
>> 2013/7/9 luke.leighton <luke.leighton at gmail.com>
>>> On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 8:03 PM, Derek LaHousse <dlahouss at mtu.edu> wrote:
>>> > And it's $13.50 in large quantities. So... maybe a bit too much.
>>> awww, darn. it also needs DDR2 RAM (for storing the graphics data
>>> received over the USB bus). in other words it's very similar to what
>>> DisplayLink have, although i don't know the details (PCB layout etc)
>>> of how DisplayLink do their stuff i.e. i don't know if they have
>>> on-board RAM on their ICs.
>>> sooo... unfortunately, although at first glance it looks great, and
>>> absolutely fascinating, in reality it's no more than a standard
>>> embedded processor, where they happen to have cut the number of pins
>>> right back and put some software pre-loaded in it.
>>> awww :)
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>> José Luis Laica C.
> José Luis Laica C.
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