what would your first hardware ad-on be?
Because I don't want by 1GHz-class CPU having to bit-bang I2C (400kHz) out some GPIO pins.
Quotewhat would your first hardware ad-on be?First prize to whoever reconfigures a Rasberry-pi or similar board to be an "ethernet shield" for an Arduino!(that may be the best way to get advanced networking features like IPV6, IPSEC, SSL, etc. And it's cheaper than the existing ethernet shield...)
I have been playing around with the GPIO pins. For me those are the most exciting aspect of the pi. Guess I will eventually connect some nice ADCs vie I2C.
question to you guys: If you could mod the pi (or if you will mod the pi) what will/would your first hardware ad-on be?
Input and Output HDMI VGA USB 2.0 (x4) Audio out / Mic in microSD Slot
I am still waiting when I can get a PI
Or just stuff XBMC on it and have a tiny media player.
How would you handle 100,000 individual orders on day one, when you only had 10,000 boards in the pipe line?
You must remember that this is just five people who are amatures at production.
At a total cost that's probably less than the taxi ride from the airport to a Maker Faire.