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16 May 2018
A bit belated but I thought I would create an unboxing thread. Attaching several photos of opening up a pack containing Gemini 4G/Wifi + connection kit.
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16 May 2018
I have had my eye on WaterField cases for other gadgets such as my Nintendo DS and PS Vita, and recently ended up finally ordering a couple. Turns out that the case for PS Vita fits the Gemini quite well.

The main interior pocket holds the Gemini pretty well, though not super snugly, and seems very secure against drops. The main pocket clips shut with button clasps.

The back mesh pocket zippers shut, and is big enough to hold:

- Charger
- Cable
- Gemini Hub
- Gemini HDMI adapter
- DotPen stylus

Very pleased with this for taking the Gemini traveling.

Attached a few photos of the case loaded up.
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12 May 2018
Just stumbled on this "Linux CLI Launcher", quite neat launcher / home screen that emulates a command line style interface. It provides a row of buttons of recently launched apps as well.
7 May 2018
So I was testing the cellular connection today, able to load several pages and run a google speed test, then a strange little x appeared on the T-mobile LTE indicator and won't go away. Tried a few things, and found that I am able to start pinging just about anything -- it will actually get the right IP for sites -- but it can't actually send any packets. Anyone else run into issues with cellular connections failing?

I'm starting to worry that the carrier may have blocked the device...
7 May 2018
Who has tried microSD cards in their Gemini? What seems to be the best, largest card to get at the moment?

I am probably going to grab a few off amazon in the 128GB-256GB range to see what is what and will report back, would be great to see what everyone else has tried first to test as many as we can over time.
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