dylanmccall at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 17:39:01 CEST 2007
Samsung S3C2442/400 does 400 mHz, right?
That almost beats the ancient and huge PC I am typing this on right now.
(Just 50 mHz short).
And if we count bluetooth, touch screen and form factor, that PC is now
useless except as a file server! (Well, assuming the graphics accelerator is
nice. It could be neat to operate a program like Wings3D on there).
As for multitouch... unless it can be done without much added cost, I for
one see little benefit. How practical is it, really, to use more than one
finger on a screen of this size?
It is a neat idea for gestures, but beyond that there is not much. Okay,
I'll admit that my opinion would immediately change with the inclusion of
multitouch, but for now there is a way to cope with not having it :)
Thanks for the update!
On 6/3/07, openmokolist.50.minime at xoxy.net <openmokolist.50.minime at xoxy.net>
> Hi list,
> I got some news to share with you.
> As of Mickey's OpenMoko-talk at the Berliner LinuxTag (LinuxDay) there
> are some new hardware information:
> Phase 2 (GTA-02) will feature:
> -a 2D/3D-Graphics Accelerator
> -256MByte of Flash Memory
> -updated battery: 1700mAh
> And the finally thing everybody has been asking for:
> 2 Accelerometers. F**k yeah. Looking forward to it.
> (Has anyone heard any updates concerning possible multi-touch-abilities
> of the neo yet?)
> Additional IRC-info I got: :)
> [16:14:29] <Elrond> ... is GTA02's gsm module now connected to the PMU,
> so that we have full control over the GSM?
> [16:14:29] <stefan_schmidt> Elrond: yes
> [16:14:29] <stefan_schmidt> Elrond: We can fully shutdown GSM
> [16:14:29] <mickey|berlin> that, and we can finally measure the current
> [16:14:29] <mickey|berlin> no more uncontrolled sucking from the battery
> [16:14:29] <mickey|berlin> at least we know how much pwr we consume then
> (via #openmoko at irc.freenode.net)
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