New Open Hardware company
moshersteven at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 01:05:20 CEST 2009
Go ahead and report at qi-hardware, so I can share the answers with
On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 3:53 PM, Rafael Campos <methril at gmail.com> wrote:
> Nice geek gadget!!
> (i also would like to have one)
> Do you have protypes and a working kernel? I could not stop my
> internal engieering questions!! ;)
The device has been shipping for a while. What we have done is take that
existing device, re layout the keyboard and start the process of getting
up and working on it. The kernel is up and working and now comes the task
of stabilizing it before shipping.
> My mainly question, rather that what is the target audience, what do
> you have in mind when you design the NanoNote? Some Assistant?
We selected the device as a good point to start a roadmap. That is, it is
just the beginning. A good place to start.. cpu, color screen, keyboard,
Going forward we work with the community to make that roadmap into a
> One important thing is that it has USB 2.0, and doesn't have the glamo:)
No glamo. check the website for a more in depth discussion of USB and
> Another important thing is MIPS!!! I only remember to develop some sw
> in MIPS at University in one assembler simulator (a MIPSR2000/3000).
> Other architecture to learn!! ;)
> Rafael Campos
> o0 Methril 0o
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