[Arm-netbook] Site updates (was Re: Schematic and PCB layout CAD files)

Paul Boddie paul at boddie.org.uk
Tue Feb 1 21:07:13 GMT 2022

On Sunday, 30 January 2022 23:38:04 CET Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 30, 2022 at 10:29 PM Philip Hands <phil at hands.com> wrote:
> > If you notice any oddities, please mention them, as I may have missed
> > something in the move.
> brilliant, thanks for sorting this Phil, really appreciated you're keeping
> things running.

Thanks once again to Phil!

Did you ever hear anything more from Chris about the boards that were sent to 
him? Or did you get an opportunity to look at the ones that were sent your 


Obviously, Pablo did look at one board back in June/July 2020, prior to the 
above update, but he didn't get very far, unfortunately. It seems that of the 
100 cards that were manufactured, Chris ended up with at least 90 of them:


He was apparently busy getting a wireless networking dongle RYF certified in 
June of last year:


So, I wonder if anything happened since then.


P.S. While I wasn't looking, Intel followed on from its Compute Card...


...with a range of NUC Elements products:



They even have a laptop product using the NUC Compute Element:


The Compute Element being a more conservative evolution of the Compute Card, I 

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