Also, even though it appears to run on 5 v, there is no indication of
current requirements or temperature range. I think any board that required
air or heat to operate will void dropping this into lots of earths areas,
requiring some type of building.
On Sun, Jul 7, 2013 at 6:23 AM, Jack Wilborn <jkwilborn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Lee, I think they priced themselves out of the market. 199 bucks, with no
> power supply (that I could tell). An advantage that it's an Intel product
> (Atom processor). They seem to be sold out, but I can get complete
> computers for less, with this I'm not even sure what kind of power supply I
> need. Does it require multiple voltages, like most Intel products, which
> complicate it even more so.
> I don't see this as viable, unless there is a dramatic price drop. Nice
> board, maybe it will run Debian off the shelf?
> On Sun, Jul 7, 2013 at 5:06 AM, Blibbet <blibbet at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Looks promising indeed.
>>> Keep us posted when it is real - i.e. is for sale.
>> It appears to be backordered:
>> There is some more info on board goals/design on this G+ thread:
>> Freedombox-discuss mailing list
>> Freedombox-discuss at lists.**alioth.debian.org<Freedombox-discuss at lists.alioth.debian.org>
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