FlangeArtist

Neo FreeRunner

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Anyone seen this? The Neo FreeRunner. Looks interesting to me :-)

http://www.openmoko.com/product.html

  • Free and Open Source Code
  • Free and Open WiFi
    • Size and Weight
      • 4.75 x 2.44 x 0.73 inches
      • 6.5 ounces (185 grams)

        • Display
          • Touch Screen
          • 2.8" VGA (480x640) VGA Screen

            • Speed
              • ARM9 @ 400 MHz
              • 2D/3D Graphics Acceleration

                • GSM
                  • Tri band 850/1800/1900 MHz
                  • Tri band 900/1800/1900 MHz

                    • Power

                      • Removable 1200 mAh battery

                      [*]Memory

                      [*]128MB SDRAM

                      [*]256MB NAND Flash

                      [*]microSD Slot

                      [*]Input and Output

                      [*]Input and Output

                      [*]2.5 mm audio jack

                      [*]GPS external connector

                      [*]Hardware Highlights

                      [*]Wi-Fi (802.1 1b/g)

                      [*]AGPS

                      [*]GPRS (2.5G not EDGE)

                      [*]Bluetooth 2.0

                      [*]3axis Motion Sensors (2)

                      [*]Software Highlights

                      [*]Openmoko GNU/Linux-based

                      [*]100% FOSS on CPU

                      [*]GNU/Linux development tools

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Moved to suitable section.

It does look good. Wonder if it will be popular in the future just like Linux/Open Source software?

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Like new hardware release, it will be expensive at first but get cheaper in the future.

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