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> Alternative Design For The Ppz, To solve all issues.
post Dec 7 2006, 11:55 PM
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well if you do use a 16/9 wide screen format screen at 5 inches it will be about 2.45 x 4.35 inches. while the 4 inches 4/3 standard format screen at 4 inches is 2.4 x 3.2 inches. it would have nearly the same height but a little over an inch in width extra. so you should be able to almost put it in your pocket the same as you do a Cxxx series zaurus except it would be a little longer.
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post Dec 9 2006, 02:44 AM
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nice pic smile.gif actually i haad my eye on those keyfobs you get for car alarms with a built in accelerometer and an image sensor, as i can buy the cases for abouut $3 with everything already cut (ie buttons) and a position for the battery molded in. just add circuit (got to love JayCar Electronics and thier sister company Electus)

yeah i will type that range of products "manifesto" up latter, add it to my pile of unusual rambellings, i dont see any need to apeal to anyone but geeks, we know what its for and we know how to use it. saves me time and money (and hair pulling)

if the general public wants it (in my dreams) then let them play catch up, not force me too dumb down the product for them, wait for the post as thhere is some tech in there that exxplains why i am talking like this (ie arrogent and cruel wink.gif)

thats why i like the 16:9' however i do actually hate the ratio, unless its baccked by wmii with 4 windows (basically you get one wain one thats 4:33 and 3 smaller ones along the side that are 4:3, remeber thatwmii is a tileing window manager and has a main window with new windows attached to the side of the main with no overlap, designed for pure keyboard usage (ie no mouse)

but now i am going off topic smile.gif
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