[Arm-netbook] EOMA68-A20 1st patch orders gone out, and invoices

luke.leighton luke.leighton at gmail.com
Thu Jun 13 08:53:32 BST 2013

On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 2:42 AM, Ajith Kumar <bpajith at gmail.com> wrote:
>> or does it encompass assembly too?
>>  roughly yes.  assembly and "management" fees appx $1.5k, component
>> cost is peanuts, PCB setup fees around $0.5k, PCBs each @ $21 because
>> they're 0.2mm laser-drilled and setting that up for such a small run
>> is a pain, etc. etc. it all adds up.
> Hi Luke,
>      I was about send a mail asking these details. How much it will cost to
> get 20 assembled boards if Gerber + BOM is provided.

 around $3k.

> As you know the board I
> want is similar to your eoma board. What kind of testing we can ask for,
> verifying the functioning of SoC by connecting to a PC vis USB / JTAG ?  Any
> suggestions ?

 if it's wits-tech the limit will be "installation of android" over
livesuite.  otherwise they will want $10k to $20k for "software

 i'd suggest just getting 1 or 2 assembled and ask whoever-it-is to
check it comes up on the usb bus.  if it does, get them to send it to
you and do your own bring-up.

 do this in incremental stages.  if it boots over USB and you have
JTAG access, you can explore yourself and find if it's going to work.


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