You do understand that this is Kickstarter, that it's about backing business ventures and product development, possibly being rewarded for doing that, not about buying product ?stderr wrote:... We might not deliver anything, but just keep your money.
The guy is proposing developing a "Mini-PC". If one likes that idea, thinks it a worthwhile venture, think he can do that,is a good investment to be involved with; then back it. If one doesn't, or has concerns on what is proposed; then don't back it. No one is compelling anyone to back anything. No one guarantees the success of any Kickstarter venture.
If people want to back a project which has a working prototype but is rather vague on what may actually be delivered then that is their look-out.