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From: Pičugins Arsenijs<crim...@yandex.ru>
Apparently from: arm-netbook-boun...@lists.phcomp.co.uk
To: Eco-Conscious Computing <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Arm-netbook] asus eeepc 7inch, modifying it to accept a pc card
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2018 23:40:08 +0200
> It seems to have a wide tip, so I'm wondering if it's suitable for soldering
> things like a 0.8-pitch connector...
It has a swappable solder iron head. The solder iron
head I have looks like a screwdriver. It is about
3mm wide. I have bought another solder iron
head. Shaped like a pencil.
> The pocketchip's keyboard, just like the EEE PC keyboard, is not I2C by itself
I understand now. A controller is required. For i2c or usb.
> I have an LCD panel that may work for
I think the plan is to use the display the computer came
with. I would want to know which display model it is
I have. I have refrained from dismantling the
display part because it was already difficult to
remove the mainboard. The cabinet got some nicks.
> checked Taobao and a PCMCIA socket there
Can you write a link?
> I find the idea to turn an asus eeepc 7inch notebook into an EOMA68
> housing very interesting
Yes, that should have been the email's subject but we are not starting
a new post because of that.
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