I'm not sure whether it'll be allowed over in https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=102
but way back in 2012, before Alexa etc, I was given a grant to develop PI-based assistive radios for the blind at what was intended to be a more affordable price than the only other device available at £425 at the time. We got as far as a prototype case and control panel which found approval amongst the blind community.
And then the Welsh govt scheme just suddenly closed before we got to the UI part. Seems a shame to waste all that effort, but rather have them gathering dust on the shelf forever, I was wondering if there was ANY interest in the 4 unassembled prototype cases? Would ebay be the best place to try?
Included: Control panel circuit with illumination and alternative firmware (control panel lights normally on vs normally off) but NOT original source code (however, it's reasonably simple), soft-touch panel, all design files etc
included: Speaker, Winstar OLED display, Raspberry PI.
With Alexa devices costing under £30 these days, it might be the case that I won't even cover the postage; however, with all the time put in, it would be a shame if it didn't find a use somewhere. Any ideas?