How about the real possibility to just replace the CPU board to do the upgrade after a while? Take the X99 motherboard as an example, you could do CPU upgrade, but you are limited to upgrade to 2011-3 CPUs, after a long while, now you have to purchase a X299 motherboard to upgrade to new CPUs. I don't think there will be a new Pyra CPU board in foreseeable future, does the current motherboard designed future proof enough to allow us have the opportunity to do upgrade after a while?One Big Advance of the Pyra over other Devices is, that you dont need to buy a whole new Unit if there is a new SOC, just order the New SOC, put your OLD SOC in the Anti Static Bag, where the new one came whit, and put the new one in..
Mybe a Carry Case whit a Spot for CPU Board would be a great Addition to the Dragonbox Shop..
Im also Hoping the Software Devs make the Software that runs on the Omap also for the Omap,
I dont want to Change my SOC every Time i change the Software i wants to run..
Like: The SNES Emulator needs the Omap Board, and the NES Emulator needs a diverent board..
Although, with the battery being removable, it should at least be possible to have an external charger that can take the battery and fast-charge it. Not as handy as having USB-C PD built-in, but it could still be a nice thing...That said, without a board redesign, it's not something you could just "add," and to be fair, when the Pyra was in its earliest development stages, USB-C wasn't as common as it's starting to be now - Power Delivery itself is a fairly new spec.
Since it's a spare, you can leave it turned off - you don't even need a CPU board inside. And since it's a spare, you're independent with your main Pyra. I think, it sounds wonderful.That wouldn't speed up the charging process though
Yeah yeah right. So you're saying that if you had two Pyras, you'd really only have one running at a time?Since it's a spare, you can leave it turned off - you don't even need a CPU board inside. And since it's a spare, you're independent with your main Pyra. I think, it sounds wonderful.
Or one builds his/her own charger. The procedure of charging Li batteries ain't that wild.
Two Pyras, call them A and B.Don't be that cheap! Buy a second Pyra!