RPIBOX project


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by Sergi 10 » Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:03 pm
IMPORTANT NOTICE
ALREADY PUBLISHED THE RPIBOX PROJECT

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Finally and after a long work and negotiations, is already at the stage of financing. I want to thank all those who voted you have to get to this stage.
This is a serious work in the community focused raspberry pi, and very very cheap, with excellent value for money.
We also request your collaboration to reach the maximum number of people who might be interested, or that already have a raspberry pi, like me, or who plan to buy it.

I leave the link lanzanos's website:
http://www.lanzanos.com/proyectos/rpi-box/
http://www.lanzanos.com/proyectos/rpi-box/eng/

I hope your comments and your support. Thank you very much in advance for the help.
http://www.lanzanos.com/proyectos/rpi-box/eng/
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by Sergi 10 » Tue Jul 10, 2012 3:41 pm
How would you like to improve rpibox:
After several messages received by users of the forum, I have raised a number of improvements for this project:
. - Csata: comment "I would like to have a case for the rapberry pi with a built-in IR receiver that I could connect to the gpio pind.
Does/will the RPIBOX have an IR receiver bult in?"

. - And you would like you add in rpibox? USB hub? battery?
Send me your ideas. Thaks
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by thradtke » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:24 am
Sergi 10 wrote:Does/will the RPIBOX have an IR receiver bult in?

If a MC is intended, I'd prefer one of these 2GHz USB transmitters. There are keyboard/touchpad devices at the size of regular remotes, and they're doing their job pretty well!
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