Does Ben NanoNote have a USB Host port?
dvdkhlng at gmx.de
Tue May 10 10:41:04 EDT 2011
>>>>> "bbsux" == bbsux <bbsux at binary.net> writes:
> Does Ben NanoNote have a USB Host port? The specs are a little
> unclear. If it does i was thinking we could use the (formerly zydas
> 1211 or 1211b chipset) Atheros ar5524 802.11bg usb. They have linux
Work is currently underway to develop a 802.15.4-based low-power
wireless link that can be plugged into the micro-SD slot. A
corresponding board goes into the USB-port of your computer/router to
give you IPv6-over-802.15.4 low-speed internet connectivity.
This fits the ben much more nicely than power-hungry WLAN.
For browsing we have for example a graphical version of Links:
If I start it like this:
links -driver svgalib -mode 320x240x16M32
I get the following screenshots when browsing slashdot:
Very rudimentary, but still leightweight and using only 10 MB of RAM.
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