Like I said before, we can do it like ZeroLemon does their batteries. Have the front the same size as the Pandora and have the back wider and perhaps taller.Could there be a way to do that while still allowing it to run on a Pandora battery? No need to find a way to put a Pyra battery in the Pandora (that constraint restricts the design of the new battery too much), but the other way around could be a nice feature.
I can see how something like that could fit into a Pandora, but I don't see how it would not fall out.Like I said before, we can do it like ZeroLemon does their batteries. Have the front the same size as the Pandora and have the back wider and perhaps taller.Could there be a way to do that while still allowing it to run on a Pandora battery? No need to find a way to put a Pyra battery in the Pandora (that constraint restricts the design of the new battery too much), but the other way around could be a nice feature.
That's what I assumed. I'm fine with HDMI -- if you need DP it should be easy enough to find an adapter, and the extra features of DP are probably not that useful anyway for our purposes.@_wb_, HDMI out is built into the SoC, I believe Display port would require an additional driver chip. We know board space is a premium so it ends up being the better choice.
You're probably right; the fastest I could find with a quick search was 80MiB/s, which is IIRC less than the SD bus speed quoted in some other threadBut that depends on the bridge also supporting that speed. The SATA bridge will probably be an order or magnitude slower than the SATA interface.
Asus transformer tf101, and *ahem* we, have killed 2 devices now using that chargerBut I was addressing slaeshjag who said he'd rather have a barrel connector than any microUSB port at all. That compromise kind of makes your problem moot.You mean aside from the issue I already mentioned with not being able to use the wall charger and USB slave mode at the same time?
What was this device? I've never heard of something like this happening. The makers were idiots.Suffice it to say, with USB you will ALMOST definitely get 5V. With some barrel connector you could be getting anything.@prometheus- the non-standard power adapter (although deceivingly usb compatible) doesn't work off usb ports because it needs like 6-7v or something silly, if you plug in a normal device into the part that plugs into the wall with the usb shaped hole you will blow out your device.. so be careful... ( I love my wife very much )
It is somehow reassuring to hear you make mistakes too sometimes!I was working on a $20,000 dev board that took 5V input, and right next to it was an FPGA evaluation board that took 12V input [...] I think you can see where this story is going...
I was basically thinking that the the idea that people will typically only use a fraction of the CPU/system therefore the battery will last a long time may not necessary be the case. Partly based on the fact some people do prefer to spend nearly all their time playing the most cutting edge games/emulators available, partly because rather than having software optimized to run at 800MHz, software will be optimized to run at whatever speed the new system can manage. It feels fair to say it is unlikely that the most common use case won't be the device having all cores at 90% + usage consistently, but then again if one or two of the more recent console emulators make good use of multiple cores I don't see it unrealistic that a lot of people will run their device nearer the top end a lot of the time.Regarding battery life:
I advice everyone here to check their average CPU usage [...] the current battery doesn't run nearly 10h if you play Dreamcast all the time.
There are currently 1434 replies in the main logo thread, plus some additional logo threads that discuss particular logo concepts. What makes you think that any professional would spend that much time and creative energy on one logo?I'm not. What I'm against is a logo that looks unprofessional.I'm against any logo that's not in the forum thread!
I even would accept one of these letters or cubes but not a logo designed behind closed doors!
But this has already been discussed in the logo thread.
I'm just thinking out of my whatever here, but would it be possible to make some kind of small and thin clips to clip the two Pandora batteries together? The clip would somehow make the proper connections between the two batteries and brings out only one set of contacts? This way we won't add much thickness but double the battery life. I have 4 spare pandora batteries and would love to be able to do this.Would now be a bad time to bring up the suggestion of using 2 batteries side by side to make up the bottom of the unit? You can almost fit 2 side by side along the underside of the Pandora now.
That wouldn't make sense, as you could simply use a wider battery.
Also, you can't put 2 of them side by side - there's stuff in the areas beneath the battery compartment...