No stylus on V1 release?
claregj at gmail.com
Sun Mar 25 22:42:04 CEST 2007
Hi Elrond, Thank you for that. It is a partial solution to my
concern about children. I am still hoping for a stylus that is
part of the phone, for convenience reasons.
The suggestions about an alternative back were promising.
My current phone has the stylus in a slot at the back and
it is wonderful. I have trained myself always to put it back
after use and I always have it,
That means all I need to grab to take with me is the phone.
The only other thing I carry all the time is my keys.
One of them maybe will do as a stylus.
On 3/25/07, Elrond <elrond+openmoko.org at samba-tng.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 25, 2007 at 08:16:46AM +0800, Clare Johnstone wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > This frightens me in my role as mother, grandmother etc, i.e. a
> > representative of the public to which you hope to sell this phone.
> > Essentially any laser device powerful enough to be useful has no place in
> > a home which may ever have children in it. (Even quite old ones).
> > clare
> Hi Clare!
> I like it, that you think about this.
> But as all laser pointers are battery powered, what's about
> just not putting batteries in the stylus? Okay, you wont be
> able to use the torch, but if you feel better with a plain
> stylus without any extras?
> _Guessing_ from koen's "unboxing the neo" pictures, the
> batteries are shipped seperately, so you just don't install
> them in the first place and leave them in the box.
> As one of those few who don't own a laser pointer/torch
> thingy, I anyway wonder how long the batteries last...
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