Storage in the times without transistors.
„OPEN WATCH for SPORT
WEARIT is changing the paradigm of wearable electronics.
WEARIT opens the possibility for new specific, creative applications.
NOT ONLY SPORT. The sensors, the platform and the creativity of the developer community will unleash new incredible ideas and applications.“
TP-Link WR703N is a tiny 802.11N 150 Mbps Wi-Fi router smaller than a credit card (5.7 x 5.7 cm) and 1.8 cm thick based on Atheros AR7240 processor with 4 MB flash and 32 MB RAM. It costs just above $20 US and can be hacked with openWRT. It features one USB host connector that allows you to connect USB devices (USB flash drive, printer…) to it.
- Atheros AR7240 CPU @ 400Mhz (MIPS24k core)
- Atheros AR9331 Chipset (integrated wireless)
- 10/100 Mbit Ethernet port
- 802.11 b/g/n 150Mbps
- 3G support via external USB dongle
- 4 MB flash memory
- 32 MB RAM
- USB 2.0 port
- micro-USB port for power
- Dimension – 5.7 x 5.7 x 1.8 cm
All you need is a USB to TLL board to access the serial console, open the box to access the serial pins (TP_IN and TP_OUT) and follow the instructions on openWRT website to convert it into a Linux router.“
„Now you can carry a multi-tool built right into the case of your iPhone. Sixteen of the most useful tools engineered into a thin and trim package. And at 89 grams TaskOne adds suprisingly little weight to your phone.
Utilizing quality hardened tool steels, aircraft aluminum, and polycarbonate, TaskOne is the next generation of multi-tools.
Not only is TaskOne functional, but it is also stylishly designed. Its total thickness is as thin or thinner than many other cases, and comes in a variety of brilliant colors, including Slate Grey, Cherry Red, Jet Black, and the Indiegogo only color Orange Flame. TaskOne does not sacrifice performance, yet is elegant and beautifully integrated with your phone.“
Unfortunately only for pre order until now.
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Join the revolution and be one of the early adopters of the Ubuntu phone developer preview.“