MiniMoko

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The MiniMoko is about building an extension for the MiniBook from Always Innovating.

This device is ARM based, and gets everything a phone would, except GSM connectivity and some other stuff. Always Innovating agreed with such a project and accepted to giv us a hand !

So this page will list all the documents we have and all the work to do.


Contents

Presenting MiniBook

Full specifications

  • TI cortex-A8 with 3D and video acceleration
  • 512MB (RAM) + 256MB (NAND) Memory
  • Main storage: 8GB microSD card
  • 480x320 3.5" capacitive touchscreen
  • 30fps VGA front webcam
  • Wifi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth class 2.1
  • Video output HDMI HD
  • Two high-quality stereo speakers
  • Internal microphone
  • Headphone jack
  • 3-dimensional accelerometer
  • One 1500 mAh battery
  • FCC, CE, UL-certified, 5V power adapter
  • Bi-color silver/black case
  • 64mm x 106mm x 9.3mm
  • Secured attachment of the MID into a Touch Book Tablet

MiniBook.png

MiniMoko Concept

Features

ToDo

Links

Personal tools

The MiniMoko is about building an extension for the MiniBook from Always Innovating.

This device is ARM based, and gets everything a phone would, except GSM connectivity and some other stuff. Always Innovating agreed with such a project and accepted to giv us a hand !

So this page will list all the documents we have and all the work to do.


Presenting MiniBook

Full specifications

  • TI cortex-A8 with 3D and video acceleration
  • 512MB (RAM) + 256MB (NAND) Memory
  • Main storage: 8GB microSD card
  • 480x320 3.5" capacitive touchscreen
  • 30fps VGA front webcam
  • Wifi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth class 2.1
  • Video output HDMI HD
  • Two high-quality stereo speakers
  • Internal microphone
  • Headphone jack
  • 3-dimensional accelerometer
  • One 1500 mAh battery
  • FCC, CE, UL-certified, 5V power adapter
  • Bi-color silver/black case
  • 64mm x 106mm x 9.3mm
  • Secured attachment of the MID into a Touch Book Tablet

MiniBook.png

MiniMoko Concept

Features

ToDo

Links