[Arm-netbook] pyra computer

Philip Hands phil at hands.com
Wed Feb 7 07:22:03 GMT 2018

On Tue, 06 Feb 2018, zap <calmstorm at posteo.de> wrote:
> On 02/06/18 17:15, Tor, the Marqueteur wrote:
>> On 02/06/2018 12:01 PM, zap wrote:
>> >> May-be if Ron says <Can lkcl do something>, he means to ask Luke
>> >> OR ANY MEMBER, to give an opinion as to whether Luke's ability or
>> >> time or opportunity, means that Luke can do that something.  If
>> >> some one means to convey THAT, I have not noticed any one here
>> >> suggest better wording than Ron's wording.  But it seems that
>> >> persons needed Ron to be more --verbose. :^) Ron, if this is the
>> >> meaning, then please confirm.  And then may-be, persons will react
>> >> as desired, to future uses of such wording.
>> > Just my two cents, but this has gotten WAY off topic...
>> snip...
>> Since I'm replying, I can see that the wording "Does anyone know if
>> Luke has..." seems more polite and proper is the scheme of things than
>> "Has Luke..."
>> > So yeah, what is the pyra computer again?
>> 5" mini laptop/game console, very open as such things go:
>> https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/pages/pyra/
> Interesting... I see, it looks like a very small laptop kind of like the
> size of a  nintendo ds...
> all though it has more options, buttons to press, and of course no
> crapware/proprietary crap.

Also, ludicrous attention to detail -- the previous incarnation took at
least an extra 6 months because they didn't like the feel of the gaming
nubs and/or their robustness so went through _many_ test versions and
suppliers IIRC.

If you want an open gaming platform that will survive several
generations, this is probably it.

(BTW I have no affiliation, and don't even own one as I'm not really
into games, but if my kids want such a thing they'll be getting these
rather than nintendos).

Cheers, Phil.
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