[Arm-netbook] [eoma68] mini desktop pc
luke.leighton at gmail.com
Mon Dec 2 22:16:45 GMT 2013
On Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 8:37 PM, N Shipp <nshp at mail4us.net> wrote:
> The laptop PCB is my first interest personally. It would be mostly similar
> to the flying squirrel and router as well, no?
mostly the flying squirrel. that PCB was designed *possibly* to be
fitted to a 1024x768 LCD (it took placement of over 20 0R resistors to
do that!). i'm thinking of a dual-LVDS screen, bigger power
provision, battery etc. bunnie's schematics would probably help here
although he's primarily focussed on US/EU component supply. the
primary focus i have right now on component supply is Far East.
> I'd be glad to help, but I have no experience with PCB design. Very
> interested in seeing something specced out enough to work on bodies, though.
> Not sure how easy it would be, but I would definitely like to see constant
> placement of external connectors, screw holes, etc. so that the whole board
> could be swapped out in the future.
not unreasonable, that... i hope!
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