I think that once you get yours you will see some things that are different.Pyra wins, hands down. I won't bother convincing you.
I might have gotten lucky. I get between 250 and 350 kbps download on internal Wi-Fi now. If I remember correctly some patch by Notaz some time ago really speed things up.I'd add "networking" to that list too... my WiFi was pretty naff
That was the main reason I wanted a metal case. It wouldn't help with the internals, but it's a start.Bit off topic, but I'm idly curious about the potential for ruggedising the Pyra; i.e. applying a conformal coating to (parts of) the PCBs, and/or using an aluminium case (believe there was a cancelled project for the Pandora for one)
I have an old case on my Prototype.In all of this discussion I can't help but wonder about the hinge. Its such an overlooked part of the experience but the Pandora has a terrible hinge (IMO) and I know the pyra uses the same component. But maybe with this case there will be enough friction that we dont get the floppy screen.
Just more FUD to throw on the pile.
I use the "United States Unicode Extended 2" layout from http://keyboards.jargon-file.org/ which loads up each key with extra modifier combinations.True, but it may be worth mentioning that the unicode chacacters known as ring above and that of degree symbol aren't actually the same glyph. In my 8x8 terminal font, the degree symbol looks to be a 4x4 circle in upper center, while ring above is a 4x3 cicle even higher in the line and slghtly more to the left. I doubt there are many countries keyboards that actually contain a degree symbol in the default keymap.