[Arm-netbook] Fwd: Re: Ya Nanonote
scott at ss.org
Wed Feb 27 16:11:03 GMT 2013
On 02/27/2013 10:37 AM, joem wrote:
>> 2013/2/27 Alexander Stephen Thomas Ross <maillist_qi-hardware at aross.me>:
>>> On 27/02/13 12:32, Zoltan Hoppar wrote:
>>>> HI guys,
>>>> What I would like to do is talk about somehow redesigning. Because as
>>>> the ARM gets more and more space between hackers, and the complete
>>>> boards are going cheap, there is no cost effective alternative? Could
>>>> be an alternative to sell only an versatile board, and maybe let the
>>>> people to dress up?
>>> Like I said. EOMA-CF would be the answer.
> EOMA PCB design files are gpl'd - so it would be easy for anyone to
> take it, put a keyboard on it and away they go?!
> Apart from investment in plastic tooling, the rest is almost all done.
> The costs are about same as A10 tablet as it uses A10 tablet parts.
The EOMA-CF variant is meant for space critical devices and is different
from the EOMA-68 which is the primary focus.
I don't think we've heard of anyone targeting the CF variant yet, hence
why it's being advocated for such a small device like the Nanonote.
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