Nanonote End of life
Ron K. Jeffries
rjeffries at gmail.com
Wed Feb 12 01:33:42 EST 2014
Ben Nanonote sold less that 1,500 units., and ended as a financial
disaster. It's not a pretty picture, so learn from the past.
Son of Ben will be an exercise in futility (a.k.a. a fool's errand) unless
the product and related process t is defined in such a way that one can
expect to sell
no less than [number] units within 18 months of first production units
My OPINION is a viable value for [number] must be greater than 10,000 at an
absolute bare minimum.
100K is more like it.
ron k jeffries
Ron K. Jeffries
On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 9:35 PM, Yanjun Luo <yanjun.luo at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have some interest on Nanonote successor, if we start it, I can help
> some hardware and driver job I think.
> Yanjun Luo.
> 2014-02-12 13:02 GMT+08:00 Werner Almesberger <werner at almesberger.net>:
>> Cristian Paul Peñaranda Rojas wrote:
>> > Dont you think you "wearable" anelok device is a next step on the
>> > copyleft side,
>> Well, it's my next step :) It's 100% open and most parts are
>> commodity items or have at least alternatives, which is one of
>> my main goals concerning the development of the development
>> process. Besides, it scratches a personal itch.
>> Anelok has a very narrow purpose. A Nanonote successor would
>> be much broader and also needs more people. So think the two
>> can perfectly coexist in the Qi-Hardware community and also
>> benefit each other.
>> > considering it would not existed if the nanonote were not
>> Hmm, you mean in a chaos-theoretical sense, butterfly effect
>> and all that ? :)
>> - Werner
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