Seems likely. I didn't expect the prototypes for sale to sell out, and they went pretty quick. Maybe the price should have been a bit higher.
It would be nice if we could donate enough money to make sure the Pyra gets made, regardless of the number of preorders. If I had that much money to give away I would, and then the preorder funds could go toward the CPU board upgrade or other cool projects. Alas, I am broke.
Hehe, I got a couple of those as well
It would surprise me if ED will not be able to find 800 people to pre-order but if it is a problem it might be possible to ask some customers to buy more Pyra's. The additional one(s) could be optional to receive once production is done, or you will receive a refund once the Pyra has been sold to a new customer. It would basically be an interest free loan.
I wouldn't mind buying two then, I really want this project to succeed.
Buying two would certainly be a stretch for me, but a lot of people would surely buy extra batteries, blank cases for side projects and so on, i would.
Hmm, I could offer discounts for people who want two or more Pyras, as it seems quite a few of you want them.
No, you got it reverse. You only need one closed-source device or none at all, and the rest are opensource.The Problem of the Pyra will be, that you only can sell one Unit to one user, because its upgrade modules..
on Pandora, if you need a faster one, you had to buy a new unit, but on pyra, you only buy a new CPU Board...
I will probatly give my Pandora, to my Dad, or sit it on the Shelf, as i only need one Opensource Handheld..
and im happy if i can afford one Unit whit my money,..
I don't know... I get where you're coming from, but two mugs and two carry cases are not enough incentive to spend 1000 euros (or more depending on the final price).Frankly, by allowing combined shipping, ED already does offer a significant discount for buying two or more.
Maybe something like, "Buy two, get two carry cases and two mugs free."? The idea being to add value while not decreasing revenue.