Definitely not spamming...just a report on a RPi Case that others may find useful.wildfire wrote: ↑Sat Jul 14, 2018 11:54 ambroken link
Corrected from another of your posts (I'll give you the benefit of doubt that you're not spamming).
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Retroflag-VERS ... e%2B&psc=1
You are probably right, but actually, the case looks great. There is an openable slot for 2 USB Ports...(probably where the cassette went in). all in all I found it useful. I intent to use my sticker as logo. The case has inbuilt HW. However I must admit the documentation is rather dearth.
Trademarks have to be actively defended, or they can be lost. Writers magazines carry frequent ads trying to get writers to be sure to indicate trademarks in what they write (they don't actually have to). The ads generally point out a bunch of trademarks that have been lost by becoming generic terms...which is what the companies are afraid of. Aspirin, linoleum, escalator, thermos are all examples.gkaiseril wrote: ↑Mon Jul 16, 2018 12:27 amPatents apply to processes, there are also copyrights for images and trade marks. Both patents and copyrights can have a limited lifetime, but trade marks can live forever. Since Nintendo is still an ongoing concern I would try not to infringe on their images or trademarks. If you are selling a product or service you should be concerned about your good image and protect it from others who might try to use it to promote their own business.
That is applicable for other cases I have seen......But is this a patent infringement..I do not think so.