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    Cool little hard drive


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    Even Smaller

    The ZIV™

    But really expensive, oh...... but the exchange should be good cuz it's NZ dollars.
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    VW Bus - 10.4" vga lcd. Loaded with same software as above.

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    ARBY!

    Give us updates man :P

    You have not been updating and letting us know where you stand with your stuff in a long while. I haven't been on the [H] Forums in a while either so you may have been giving those guys/gals the 411 instead of us. Anyway, I check your site every so often but nothing new :/

    Oh well, we all wanna know where you are at with your stuff.

    peace

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    Originally posted by defsquad
    ARBY!

    Give us updates man :P

    You have not been updating and letting us know where you stand with your stuff in a long while. I haven't been on the [H] Forums in a while either so you may have been giving those guys/gals the 411 instead of us. Anyway, I check your site every so often but nothing new :/

    Oh well, we all wanna know where you are at with your stuff.

    peace
    I'm still alive. I've been working too much :/

    I'm finishing up my power supply right now. Build a box, put it in the car, and I'm done

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    awesome!

    Glad to hear you're still working on something
    THough I 110% feel you on the working a lot part. THis is my last semester of school and I'm working full time so if all goes well I'll drop a load of burden at the end of the summer.

    Oh, if I may be a bother to you, what schematics, etc are you following for your psu? I am 100% n00b when it comes to making the psu. I have bugged a few ppl about it, but am still weary of making my own.

    Thanks, and good luck with everything!

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    I'm modifying a sproggy a bit. I'm using his 5V and 3.3V sections, and making my own 12V. My board doesn't need any negative voltages.

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