marcus.bauer at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 17:21:57 CET 2010
On Wed, 24 Feb 2010 10:14:39 -0500
"Iain B. Findleton" <ifindleton at videotron.ca> wrote:
> Does anybody out there know what the financial envelope for, say, a
> run of 100 Neos with the accumulated hardware improvements, g3, and
> double the memory would be? I am thinking a custom application here...
if you do considerable changes to the hardware -and adding 3g is
considerable- you need to recertify it (FCC, CE etc.). you should have
roughly 1.000.000$ loose change in your pockets.
unless your customer is rms, you might consider other options...
> I also suspect that a faster processor and support for higher capacity
> SD cards could be nice.
> Gerald A wrote:
> > Heya,
> > On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 2:58 AM, Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz
> > <mailto:psonek2 at seznam.cz>> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 23 February 2010 10:05:31 Mike Crash wrote:
> > > We can create a phone as a next step in the future, but not
> > > now.
> > This is a
> > > very bad idea.
> > I cant agree. I have N770 which is great PDA. If Neo was just
> > PDA i would
> > never bought it.
> > I agree 100%. I have a few different Palms, which were much cheaper
> > then the Neo. It was the vision that inspired me, and I'm sure will
> > inspire others.
> > Neo is very nice piece of hardware. But the hardware needs some
> > fixes. I think
> > gta-core project does exactly what is needed. If it had better
> > case and design
> > (or you could choose from alternative cases - e.g. white color
> > for girls and
> > women) and if it was cheap, it could be quite successful phone.
> > While I agree that aesthetics are a factor, at this point the
> > community should focus on
> > making something sustainable. If the stuff under the hood is good,
> > we'll attract case
> > mods, and they can put cool cases around our good hardware.
> > I also think gta-core is on the right track. It just needs to keep
> > moving forward, and
> > we'll eventually be successful.
> > Thanks,
> > Gerald.
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