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    You could see if you can find a EBC or similar...

    You could see if you can find a EBC or similar 3.5" formfactor board with PC/104+ connection, and then get a PC/104+ to Cardbus adapter. Likely not cheap, but looks to be in your size range.
  2. Not quite, this is one of the newer generation of...

    Not quite, this is one of the newer generation of USB port replicators that all you need to run is a single USB port. Video and audio and all other ports on it are done via USB.

    Handy for...
  3. I'm not sure this fits the category posted in,...

    I'm not sure this fits the category posted in, but the price was awesome. I was going to pick one up to use with an embedded platform perhaps, but buy.com link now goes to " Sorry, this product is no...
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    Asking whoever was connecting these to your...

    Asking whoever was connecting these to your products should be a fairly quick way to find out how it's supposed to be wired.
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    Gosuperninja wasn't talking about the PC version...

    Gosuperninja wasn't talking about the PC version of Linux, but embedded, like what you'd find on the G1 phone, Linux PDA, or in an internet router. Still, it'd take a fair bit of effort to get it...
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    Not easily, the p3 likely has a LVDS interface to...

    Not easily, the p3 likely has a LVDS interface to the LCD, whereas the P1 is likely using TTL/CMOS separate digital RGB TFT signalling.
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    There's a fair number of higher-end LCD TVs that...

    There's a fair number of higher-end LCD TVs that had them prior to HDMI becoming popular, and there's a few that still have them. Though, you'd for sure have other things like component or other TV...
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    Is this controller designed for LCD TVs? Most...

    Is this controller designed for LCD TVs? Most designed for computer LCDs don't handle widescreen LCDs.
  9. That looks more complicated than it should be....

    That looks more complicated than it should be. I'm confused as to why it has 5 separate connections and two PCBs. All the touchscreen controllers I've seen need one connection to the screen, and one...
  10. Thread: instant on

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    If you actually intended to post in the Linux...

    If you actually intended to post in the Linux forums, there is documentation out there to configure Linux to boot in less than 5 seconds from a cold boot.

    http://lwn.net/Articles/299483/
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    Cost of boards like these tend not to be directly...

    Cost of boards like these tend not to be directly tied to component prices. I'm pessimistic on prices of boards yet to be released, too many times the boards I want end up being in the $400 range....
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    None of the websites that carry such things don't...

    None of the websites that carry such things don't seem to have it yet, however, expect around $400 for the board.
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    There are PDAs with USB host support, such as the...

    There are PDAs with USB host support, such as the newest iPaqs and most of Toshiba's line. The issue now is drivers. Unless it explicitly supports Windows Mobile, you're out of luck on that platform....
  14. Thread: New Dell mini 9

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    You could always add in a 16GB SDHC card into the...

    You could always add in a 16GB SDHC card into the slot on the side for storage and programs fairly cheaply, if you're otherwise happy with the 700 model you have.

    If I was in the market for a...
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    I've plugged rabbit ears into my SDTV and managed...

    I've plugged rabbit ears into my SDTV and managed to pull down a few digital signals.

    I'm guessing that many people saw home improvement type shows in the early HDTV period, and they always...
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    There's always a way to rig a DC-to-DC power...

    There's always a way to rig a DC-to-DC power supply. If these have an external power brick, which would make sense, it'd be fairly easy to get a DC-to-DC adapter.
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    It's own protocol If I'm reading you...

    It's own protocol



    If I'm reading you right, no it piggy-backs on the controller's protocol.
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    How can someone have 0 posts and have at least...

    How can someone have 0 posts and have at least one post?

    insaneramman: The EEE Box is smaller and has lower power demands.
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    Other than the raw filesystem reads, which...

    Other than the raw filesystem reads, which wouldn't help you, all the GPS stuff is done in the frontend software that is closed source.

    This source code would only help if you were trying to run...
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    Posts from low post count users are likely...

    Posts from low post count users are likely manually approved to cut down on spam. You post is now up a page back.
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    You have to use breakouts for most things it...

    You have to use breakouts for most things it looks like. The break out for most connectors ($20) and adapter for 2.5" drive ($5) add complexity and potential fail points (not good in a moving car).
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    Very doubtful, most UI stuff on embedded...

    Very doubtful, most UI stuff on embedded platforms is proprietary and won't be released with the GPL stuff.
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    Most decks won't address more than 2GB of...

    Most decks won't address more than 2GB of storage, but check your manual to be sure.
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    If you don't need integrated optical or Vista,...

    If you don't need integrated optical or Vista, the EEE Box looks like a much cheaper option.
  25. Could your phone service be blocking pandora?...

    Could your phone service be blocking pandora? Last I tried, it worked fine over a 128K connection, how fast is your EVDO connection?

    Also, what phone? Some AT&T and Sprint phones can get Pandora...
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