Community Driven low level programming
steve at qi-hardware.com
Tue Jul 28 00:07:09 EDT 2009
I'll just comment on the SmartQ5. I was unable to find out if they did
and could not determine if their roadmap was open, so it's a little hard
to do a product
comparison. Also, it wasn't clear if the device was available outside of
like return policies, CE, FCC, spares, support for a community. Our hope
the open source community finds value in the work we are doing to create
kind of hardware company. One where they have a say in the roadmap.
you are left with the option of hoping somebody builds the open device
As we get closer to launch
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 7:10 AM, W.G. van de Hulst <suyckerbol at gmail.com>wrote:
> 2009/7/26, Steve Mosher <steve at qi-hardware.com>:
> > If folks want a number to run with, I'll say the NanoNote to non
> > will be $149.00 USD ( probably less once I get final costing)
> Well, I hope it will turn out to be much lower, because I don't see
> how you can otherwise compete against the likes of a SmartQ5 or Cube
> B53WIFI. I thought you were going Asus EEEPC (high volume, low price)
> given your choice of the jz4720, rather than Gdium.
> Or is this including a WiFi card?
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