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For Sale / Wanted / For Sale Sl-6000l
« on: December 18, 2007, 02:25:41 pm »
250 ish ????

For Sale / Wanted / For Sale Sl-6000l
« on: December 16, 2007, 01:37:27 pm »
i can toss in the 5600 if anyone wants it, also the price is negotiable. (need the money for school  )

For Sale / Wanted / For Sale Sl-6000l
« on: December 12, 2007, 01:49:03 pm »
good condition, runs great. no scratches on the screen, but the plastic screen cover has some. comes with the dock and charger, plus at least a 1 gig CF and a 256 sd. i can possibly toss in some other memory cards if i look around and see what i have extra. right now it is mostly a stock sharp rom, but i can reflash to another version if the buyer wants. i used it for an ebook reader alot and a few other things. i can send pictures if they are wanted.

looking for around 300 USD, but depends on the offered amount, as i am flexible. shipping can be included for that amount, but if shipped outside of the US it might be more depending on how much it costs to ship it.

if interested reply here or my email






(you should be able to figure out the real email   )

i also have a sl-5600 that the touch screen is broken. i was meaning to replace it with a new digitizer, but i never got around to it. send any offers, great if you have a bricked one that has a good digitizer screen.

any other questions?

Asus Eee PC / Eee Pc
« on: November 06, 2007, 03:14:48 pm »
i have seen the mid range model show up for 399.99 at places
that is the 4GB flash 512MB ram version

the low end is suppose to be even cheaper with 256MB ram and 2GB flash

specs on the 399.99 dollar one from
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Case: Pearl White, scratch proof, bump proof.
Model Name: ASUS EEE PC 4G (701).
LCD Display: Color 7" TFT LCD with LED backlight at 800×480 resolution
Intel CPU: 900MHz Intel Celeron-M ULV 353, Dothan-512 ultra-low-voltage, 90 nm
Chipset: Intel 915GM series based
Graphics: Integrated Intel GMA 900 graphics processor using shared RAM
Audio: High-Definition Audio CODEC with stereo internal speakers
Input: Full size (for a notebook) keyboard and capable touchpad (as a mouse)
Operating System: Linux, custom Xandros version. Able to run Windows XP (not included).
LAN: Built in 10/100 Mbit Ethernet.
Wireless: 802.11 B/G WiFi, Atheros chipset
Memory: 512 MB DDR2 (Upgradeable to 1 GB - voids warranty if upgraded**).
Hard Drive: 4GB S.S.D. Storage (does not corrupt due to bumps and shakes)
Camera: 300K pixel Web Camera with a microphone
Card Reader: One slot reads MMC/SD/MS/SDHC cards
Audio: Built in audio, Stereo speakers, Microphone at WebCam.
USB: 3 x USB v2.0 ports for maximum device connection
Video-Out: Standard analog 15pin port for an external monitor (1600х1280 max)
Audio-Out: Standard stereo 3.5" jack for headphones or external speakers
Battery: 4 cell, 7.4V 5200 mAH NiMH battery, around 3.5hrs of normal continuous use*.
Other: A light carry case, AC adapter, manual are all included.
Measurements: 9" wide, 6.5" long, 1" high when closed, 2.25LB with carry case and battery.

no touch screen though

by default it runs Linux, but is also compatible with windows xp

any thoughts?

PocketPenguin / Alternatives
« on: March 22, 2007, 10:39:07 pm »
here is the manufacture's web page for the board

the price is a good price and it looks like a good basic board to start developing with. how all we need now are some scematics to see how it is all put together.

PocketPenguin / Parts List
« on: March 18, 2007, 01:24:53 pm »
try to just get a datasheet for any of thier parts it is nearly impossible.

For Sale / Wanted / Wanted: Sl-5600 Screen
« on: March 08, 2007, 02:21:04 am »
I am looking for an LCD and digitizer assembly for the SL-5600. I am in the US, and will pay through Paypal.
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mine broke also and i posted somewhere here about a place to buy replacements, i am just not sure where it was at.

PocketPenguin / New Server?
« on: March 04, 2007, 11:01:55 pm »
it seems like everyone had the same idea

PocketPenguin / New Server?
« on: March 04, 2007, 04:52:05 pm »
it's a nice thought, but someone else already beat you to setting up a new forum...
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i have been looking into this for the last few days and i was mainly focused on pda development. and honestly if you wanted to get some help or assistance alot of campanies and peop;e would want more then just some people chatting on a public forum to convince them.

on another note i found a dev kit that was not to bad in price at
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the MIMX31CSOM module i looked on and it showed a price of about 256 for a single unit.

i also email a guy about buying a M9328MX21ADSE   (mx21 dev kit) and he wanted 250 USD for it. i am not sure if the mx21 would be worth it since it is an arm9 core and the mx31 is an arm11 core with alot more features, so building a distro based around the mx21 would still need work done on it while porting it to a mx31 system.

PocketPenguin / New Server?
« on: March 04, 2007, 04:25:13 pm »
with the amount of outages of this forum in the last few months i have been thinking about getting a server hosted so we can have a place to communicate and do stuff such as a wiki that we can't do here. i have never administered a server before, so i would need someone to step up and help with that part of it.
i was looking at what has to offer and thier package.

Deluxe Plan:
• 100 GB Space   • 1,000 GB Transfer
• 1,000 Email Accounts   • FREE! Software
• 25 MySQL Databases   • Unlimited Email Forwards
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looks like a good deal. i checked and is not taken (please be nice and don't register it to annoy us) i can probably initially chuck out a year's worth of hosting and a few years on domain registeration. the second benifit is i will most likely have enough enough room that i can host other stuff if someone needs some space.

anyone have any comments on this?

PocketPenguin / Parts List
« on: February 26, 2007, 01:02:48 am »
i just managed to pick up a sl-6000 for a good price (237 USD  ) and the 4" screen on that is about the max i would want to go. maybe a 5" widescreen format but no way a 7" screen.

PocketPenguin / Useful Tools When Developing Custom Hardware
« on: February 23, 2007, 02:20:24 am »
i have an ulink usb jtag tool i got a while ago. do you know if it is compatible with the i.mx31 processor?

For Sale / Wanted / Fs: C760 And/or C3100
« on: February 18, 2007, 03:08:49 am »
price on the 3100?

PocketPenguin / Screens
« on: February 07, 2007, 04:48:03 am »
that is a nice screen. sharp also makes one that is 4 inches at 640x480 and has a 3.7 inch version. what is nice about the sharp ones is it can switch to a 320x240 screen so you can do on the fly resizing of the screen for older apps that do not work with 640x480. i looks at price a few month ago and they were around the 130-160 mark if i remeber right.

General Discussion / Linux On Ps3 And Psp!
« on: January 31, 2007, 03:49:40 am »

Yes, you're probably right about that, but what of the PS3's piffling 158 bogomips?

There are some nbench results running on the PS3 here

and here

Although I'm not entirely sure whats going on there as why are the scores much higher for the 'old index' Pentium 90 compared to the new index of a AMD K6/233?
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probably something to do with the old processors not having a FPU so they might not be benchmarked on it while newer processors have one. the code might not be using the FPU and doing the calculations the hard way.  

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