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Hmm they would be bloody small to be arduino sized!
Well, it helps having a TV output.
OK, "tablet" is a bit far-fetched, but it is a browser, and there is a PDF reader app.

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The Android OS is open source
So is the most popular smartphone OS, Symbian.  smiley-wink
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A Palm-Sized Transmorgifier?  ;D
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A Palm-Sized Transmorgifier?
Yeah I've got one of those in my pocket right now  ;D

A what?  smiley-razz

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Hilarious, but maybe we should get this thread back on topic?
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Hilarious, but maybe we should get this thread back on topic?

ok.. here I go... I was the long lost programmer guy that got hooked on to the arduino out of nowhere and started a training / R&D company... so now the profession pays for the experimentation smiley-wink talking of transistors... the first 1 i used was a sl100 about 2 years back smiley-wink lol

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To finally answer my own thread...

I am a telecommunications engineer who played around with embedded systems (mostly the 68HC12) in college.  Don't get to play with embedded systems much at work so I just recently started playing around with the Arduino.

so far I love it, programming in assembly was a chore
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