No stylus on V1 release?

Ian Stirling openmoko at
Tue Mar 27 22:49:09 CEST 2007

kkr wrote:
> Le mardi 27 mars 2007 à 18:07 +0800, Sean Moss-Pultz a écrit : 
>> On Sun, 2007-03-25 at 10:54 +0200, Gabriel Ambuehl wrote:
>>> On Sunday 25 March 2007 01:16:46 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).
>>> Basically, yes, laser pointers can be dangerous, however, actual
>>> damage is not 
>>> very likely: 
>>> As for the rest, I agree with Joe. 
>> You could also just take the batteries out ;-)
>> -Sean
> IANAL, but as I've read on Internet, in England and in France, the
> ownership of laser could be punished by the law... So, if his power
> exceeds the maximum allowed (1 mW), it could be to seize by the
> authorities (even without battery) and the owner fined for owning it.
In the UK, up to 5mW is allowed.

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