On a separate note, I came across this interesting portable keyboard. It'd work with my Android phone's USB OTG functionality, making it potentially useful in certain use cases. It'd be more pleasant to use than my netbook's keyboard, but on the other hand the netbook is definitely a lot more capable than my phone...
I knew it's impossible to survive with just a sock.
The touchscreen and processing power are great for viewing videos and clicking around the web (better than netbook), but atrocious for text input (this is where netbook is better).
Quote from: ersi on 2016-04-27, 17:19:42The touchscreen and processing power are great for viewing videos and clicking around the web (better than netbook), but atrocious for text input (this is where netbook is better).That's exactly what I said, so I really haven't got a clue what you've been disagreeing with.
I meant projectors.
Quote from: ersi on 2016-04-28, 00:09:27homesI meant at work.
I meant at work.
Quote from: Frenzie on 2016-05-01, 05:04:40emergenciesIt's quite trivial here. [...] But I haven't seen such uses actually, so far.
All things considered, the situation is beyond stupid.
You will not find as many ports on other mobile systemsThese days, mobile devices only offer one, maybe two ports. The Pyra is different.It features one USB 3.0 OTG port, two full-sized USB 2.0 ports (one has additional SATA output, available via an adapter), one Micro-USB Serial Output-Port (which can also be used to charge the system), a headset port (that supports ALL TRRS standards) and a MicroHDMI port.You can easily connect a mouse, keyboard and monitor without any additional hardware and use it as a desktop PC![...]For even more features, you can get the 4G version. Besides mobile internet (and turning the Pyra into some sort of telephone), it adds GPS, a 6-axis digital compass, a pressure, humidity and gas sensor.
The only thing cant works is my wireless joystick. Since it demanding drivers.
Btw, what about one of these? It comes with all the connectors missing from Android.
Quote from: Frenzie on 2016-05-01, 05:04:40emergenciesIt's quite trivial here. I could have in my smartphone some stuff to present in a meeting at work, in a fairly large room, no big screens available, and a projector ready to use. No need to connect to another computer to present that stuff; no pendrives etc. A simple USB or HDMI cable should suffice, or better, a Bluetooth connection. But I haven't seen such uses actually, so far.
This thing looks suspiciously like something called Pandora years ago, and which was intended as some sort of gaming device. Specs were something like OMAP 3530 SoC ( 700MHz Cortex-A8 + DSP ), 256MB or 512MB RAM etc. Interesting, but ( for me at least ) too expensive.
But my previous socked smartphone looks just like the day it was new.
packages install coreutils
Google has to be smart enough to figure out in context that I said pink and that I'm asking about the historical reason for the color of erasers, not their health or the way they're shaped. And it did. In less than a second. With nothing more than a cheap little microprocessor and a slow link to the internet.[...]Still not impressed? When Watson famously won a round of Jeopardy! against the two best human players of all time, it needed a computer the size of a bedroom to answer questions like this. That was only seven years ago.
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