Do you mean the usb3/otg port and the micro HDMI port? I think those are on the left and right respectively on the picture, so it seems unlikely for plugs in those to foul each other. It seems to me the closest plugs would be in the other USB2 host port and the charging/USB debug port, if I'm remembering what they are correctly. It seems you may be limited to just one USB2 port and one USB3 micro port if charging at the same time, or you find a suitable adaptor for your bulky componentry to move it away from the charging port (assuming the plug supplied on the charger is not overly bulky).Seeing the back of the Pyra case I hope the edge around the connectors is far enough from the connector openings to not interfere with sometimes thick plastics around plugs. Especially the USB3 OTG port and micro HDMI look troublesome in that regard. It would be a shame if something stupid like that would prevent plugs from fitting in properly.
Those pictures really look like these ones from the forums:
So the Pyra will be as slim as the Pandora with an updated case? I think I remember one of the news updates that said it could be slimmed down. I remember the cases that will ship won't be slimmer but a top or bottom can be purchased to make it thinner? Or is it thicker for the cooling?
Ah, ok, I was thinking that about the shoulder buttons myself. I thought I red ED saying it could be slimmed down at a later date with a case revision but the molds were already machined that deep.I personally doubt the Pyra can reach the Pandora sveltness even with the most updated case there ever is - it's got more PCBs and a bigger battery in there, plus those quad shoulder buttons probably need to retain a bit of vertical separation if possible.
@EvilDragon Why not just send the addresses right now? like send Grench Mecksg1's, Mecksg1 mine, mine to xrandr, xrandr's to Neelix, Neelix's to Kolbász. I guess Kolbász gets to either keep the package or send it back to you.I don't have their address yet - so, pending.