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Makey Makey, Raspberry Pi etc

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I WANT ONE!!!!

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i LOVE these lil boards people are coming out with recently

Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc

sick sick sick

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in two minds about the raspberry pi, i want one but i know it would gather dust in the corner soon

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been meaning to order one to turn into a media centre

will prob get one next week or a lil after that and give feedback

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$40?

Worth it just to have around in case my mouse or keyboard breaks.

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been meaning to order one to turn into a media centre

will prob get one next week or a lil after that and give feedback

i need a task manager or something, cause i keep forgetting important sh*t i wanna do

anyways

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the new 512MB version that was announced this week

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cant believe i was using a class 4 SD card

sh*t was f*ckin slow

just got a class 10 card and sh*t is zing zing zooming about like H

didnt even know i need to purchase a mpeg codec, need this to stream TV, some channels work sometimes but moretime its just sound

hoping its the codec

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need to figure out how to do this for TV

pissing me off

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Why is Makey Makey and Raspberry Pi merged into one topic? lol, ones a computer, one's an input device

anyways, I've been meaning to get a Raspberry Pi to make into a media centre as well, though I'm not too sure whether the investment is worth it or whether I'll pull through

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dunno, theyre all like cheap lil boards and the pi talk had already started

investment is worth it bro, its like £30, cant go wrong

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where'd you cop yours Dave? the main 2 sites have some stupid waiting times

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farnell, the main one, think its also called element14

they told me 2 weeks but i got it in 3 days

no idea if it was a fluke

got the accesories from here next day

https://www.newit.co.../categories.php

they have the actual board itself aswell i clocked after i ordered from farnell

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kl, safe for the info, will probably cop one when I've sorted out my house

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nah f*ck off

i cant play bare of my porn on this ting cause most of it is in FLV files i ripped off sites a few years ago, even some of the AVI ones dont work, still havent bought the mpeg2 codec, and for some reason mpeg4 still doesnt work, wmv i dont even know

i just realised accidentally that openelec has airplay, so i can browse prawn sites on my iphone then stream it directly on the Pi instead of the phone

u mwad?

gonna try transcoding with a upnp server or something that can read flv files

best £60 ive spent in a minute

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I think I've read somewhere about someone using TVersity

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just tried it

doesnt work

pretty sure i need this codec licence

but the only card I have atm is linked to a restricted paypal account and theyres no other way i can buy it ffs

gonna try a virtual card tomorrow, too tired now

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ffs, cant even use a virtual card to make the purchase

why they gotta make sh*t so hard?

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what kind of applications would that be used for?

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Hardkernel reveals pair of quad-core Exynos ODROID-U developer boards, starting at $69

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One area where Moore's law can be seen alive and well seems to be the developer and small project computer world. Whether it's the ubiquitous Raspberry Pi,Intel's NUC, or any number of similar products. There's one more name to add to this list, and that's the ODROID-U from Hardkernel. The boards are a little more expensive than Raspberry Pi's impressively cheap Model A and Model B, but you are getting some bang for that buck. The $69 ODROID-U comes with a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor (as found in the Galaxy S III and Note II, 1GB of RAM, quad-core Mali 400 graphics, micro-HDMI, a brace of USB ports, a headphone jack and Ethernet. If you want a little more oomph, for an extra $20 you can have the RAM doubled, and a 1.7GHz core with the ODROID-U2 model. There's one stat you might notice missing which is flash memory. There's no onboard storage, so you'll have to bring your own memory for the built-in microSD slot. As the ODROID name suggests, the boards can run Android, as well as a variety of Linux flavours. Sound good? In a reverse of what you might expect, the ODROID-U2 will be available first, starting December 21st, with the cheaper board pencilled in to arrive on January 16th.

http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/02/hardkernal-reveals-pair-of-quad-core-exynos-odroid-u-boards/

looks good

if it picks up there should be some good android apps for it

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