Category:Hardware ideas

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Along the lines of add-on cards, only looking at it from a different angle, I'd like to see a "faceless" openmoko with a documented hardware interface for both communicating with it and inserting it into other devices. Even the keypad/screen/battery would be attached, openmoko itself would just be faceless sliver of hardware with a documented interface and an API for communicating with the innards.
  
 
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Along the lines of add-on cards, only looking at it from a different angle, I'd like to see a "faceless" openmoko with a documented hardware interface for both communicating with it and inserting it into other devices. Even the keypad/screen/battery would be attached, openmoko itself would just be faceless sliver of hardware with a documented interface and an API for communicating with the innards.
 

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See Wish List - Hardware.

Along the lines of add-on cards, only looking at it from a different angle, I'd like to see a "faceless" openmoko with a documented hardware interface for both communicating with it and inserting it into other devices. Even the keypad/screen/battery would be attached, openmoko itself would just be faceless sliver of hardware with a documented interface and an API for communicating with the innards.

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See Wish List - Hardware. Along the lines of add-on cards, only looking at it from a different angle, I'd like to see a "faceless" openmoko with a documented hardware interface for both communicating with it and inserting it into other devices. Even the keypad/screen/battery would be attached, openmoko itself would just be faceless sliver of hardware with a documented interface and an API for communicating with the innards.