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sonnyyu

Apr 14, 2015, 02:13 pm Last Edit: Apr 18, 2015, 12:28 am by sonnyyu
Our Domino.IO project is on Kickstarter now:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/706167548/dominoio-an-open-hardware-wifi-platform-for-things

Different from GL-iNet, Domino.IO is an affordable and advanced WiFi hardware platform for Things.

I had GL-iNet and it is at Openwrt Trunk now. I am in.








jessemonroy650


allairgoo

Our Domino.IO project is



You work on that project ? Nice.
When will the open source hardware schematics available ?

sonnyyu

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Apr 18, 2015, 12:28 am Last Edit: Apr 18, 2015, 12:40 am by sonnyyu
You work on that project ? Nice.
I directly copy promotion email they send me.

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When will the open source hardware schematics available ?
drop a line at website?  (Michel Stempin is one of founder and he is active member here)

http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?action=profile;u=141157









300hp

The kit can be debricked easily using their JTAG/SPI expansion board when it is bricked accidentally, this design look very nice.

sonnyyu

The kit can be debricked easily using their JTAG/SPI expansion board when it is bricked accidentally, this design look very nice.
Cool. must needed for uboot development.




Robin2

Is this going to be cheaper than a Yun - more like a RaspberryPi price?

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

jessemonroy650

Is this going to be cheaper than a Yun - more like a RaspberryPi price?

...R
follow the link to kickstarter.

Jesse

Robin2

follow the link to kickstarter.
That usually means "it will be expensive"

I don't see prices. That usually means "if you have to ask the price you can't afford it"

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

jessemonroy650

That usually means "it will be expensive"

I don't see prices. That usually means "if you have to ask the price you can't afford it"

...R
if you scroll, it's
$1 (get a thank you),
$10 (get a board; 82 of 100 left)
$19 (board, ether, USB ; 13 of 100 left)

otherwise read it.

Jesse

Robin2

if you scroll, it's
$1 (get a thank you),
$10 (get a board; 82 of 100 left)
$19 (board, ether, USB ; 13 of 100 left)
Thanks -  I was not looking at the RHS of the page.

As far as I can see you need a QI to match a Yun and they are down as $37 for "early bird" contributors

That is certainly much better than the price of Yun. But I presume it is a discounted price. What will be the long term retail price including delivery?

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

alzhao

Thanks -  I was not looking at the RHS of the page.

As far as I can see you need a QI to match a Yun and they are down as $37 for "early bird" contributors

That is certainly much better than the price of Yun. But I presume it is a discounted price. What will be the long term retail price including delivery?

...R

Hi, I am Alfie from Domino team. The long-term price including delivery will not exceed $50 for sure. We are working on that.

Robin2

Hi, I am Alfie from Domino team. The long-term price including delivery will not exceed $50 for sure. We are working on that.
How much is a RaspberryPi?
Why would your device be dearer?

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

alzhao

How much is a RaspberryPi?
Why would your device be dearer?

...R
As you said, it is only half price as Arduino Yun, right?

Raspberry Pi is a different board, if you have to compare with RaspberryPi, the Domino Pi basic only $19 now!

Robin2

Raspberry Pi is a different board, if you have to compare with RaspberryPi, the Domino Pi basic only $19 now!
If, as you seem to imply, a Domino PI basic is exactly equivalent in capability to a RaspberryPI then the QI pricing looks like blatant profiteering taking advantage of the (silly) high price of the Yun.

I know a Yun and a PI are not identical. But they each have features that the other lacks so I don't see, taken overall, why they should not retail at about the same price.

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

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