Yes, although it will have a metal logo stuck to it which if you squint a bit and turn your head exactly to the right angle says 'dp' which alludes to the dragonbox pyra. You can remove that, but you'd probably want to fill it up again with something else because otherwise it's an unsightly hole in the lid, and so far nobody's making replacement parts (although you could probably easily enough buy metal sheeting of the required thickness then cut a bit off and shape it as required, if you really cared enough).I guess I am happier that way, I can pass my Pyra as a custom made device, and in this smartphone dominated era, almost no one will recognize it (especially outside Germany/Europe). I believe there will be no not-removable stickers saying Dragonbox Pyra on it.
... you DO realize that you will probably be the most „hipsterest“ hipster in the whole town with your Pyra, while MacBook users have become kind of mainstream, don’t you?I find the Illuminate Logo pretty handy, not only to find my Pyra in darkness, but also to troll these Apple Hippsters whit there MacBook on MacDonalds..
I am starting to really like the "mixed" look, that of having different colours for different parts of the case. Would it cost any more for such a mixed look to be the standard? It seems to me that the only restrictions from the mould are that the battery cover and inner screen frame must be the same plastic. I think that perhaps it would be interesting to have the keyboard section, battery cover and inner screen frame and shoulder buttons and stylus black while having the main lower section and the back screen/logo section red. It would certainly be a rather distinctive look!just some extra photos
iPhones are locked-down spy bricks so I would be ashamed to be seen in public with one. However maybe I'll lay the Librem 5 or Pyra on a table when I got them. Might even do both when I am in a really elite mood. And then I would flash the PineTime to show that I am really living the libre life.Some Apple Users like it to show there stuff in public to be „Hipp“ ,
Not me, I m glad when my IPhone is securely back in my Pockets, I wouldn’t lay it on the Table when I am at a Bar or something...
Depends on whether my usage is mainstream or not, I guess. It was probably mainstream wherever I picked it up, though. So I got to subtract hipster points for that.So this basically means you’re a hipster for not using the mainstream definition of „hipster“?
They are the ones sitting at Starbucks tables drinking a giant soy free mochafrapolate connected to the free wifi on their iPhone complaining in texts to their friend on Facebook that the scooter they just dumped in the middle of the sidewalk only had a half charge when they rented it four blocks away.I thought hipsters were those loyal-to-the-Kaiser-bearded guys and the glasses-they-don't-need-wearing gals. ?
Sounds like Apple has got you by the balls!i have my Audio Libraries on ITunes, so a Apple Device was the way to go..
There is no moral obligation to use only libre devices. I too have been brought to my knees by proprietary vendors. He that is without libre device sins cast the first stone, unless your name is Richard Stallman.So not every of my purchases are something that other would call „the right decision „