Can’t really help at all, but looks like great idea!!!
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I've been exploring the "new retro" computing scene. Imagine a computer that costs as little as $50, with none of the clutter of a desktop.
Distraction free computing, hardware hacking, education or even music synthesis.
Booting straight into focussed, task based software - from BBC BASIC to modern document editing.
Interfacing like an Arduino, without needing a separate development environment.
Planned with an upgrade path in mind - from portability to programmable groovebox.
Whilst the Pi is ubiquitous, is there a gap between that and the embedded microcontrollers we throw at projects? Would you be interested?
After the success of Cerberus ( https://www.thebyteattic.com/p/cerberus-2080.html ) we are looking at developing a 'next generation' platform that could form the basis of a range of interesting devices. This is very early days, but feedback and support would be very much welcome.
Some concept drawings - from bare bones box to portable, with full mechanical keyboard.
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Sounds very interesting. Well worth a discussion.
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