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g01df1sh 
Amibian laptop
Posted on 16-Aug-2017 21:13:24
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Hi all

Came across this today thought so of you amibian user might like.

http://cpc.farnell.com/pi-top/pt01-gy-uk-uk/pi-top-diy-laptop-grey-no-pi/dp/SC14385?mckv=shIr7pAy9_dt|pcrid|72935509697|kword||match||plid||pid|SC14385|&CMP=KNC-GUK-CPC-GEN-SHOPPING-PITOP-Development_Boards__Evaluation_Kits-SC14385

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Tomppeli 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 16-Aug-2017 22:13:50
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It's wedge shaped case with attached display part. I'm wondering what are its dimensions. Something like that could be a starting point for an Amiga laptop.

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smartroad 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 7:17:34
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Quote:

Tomppeli wrote:
It's wedge shaped case with attached display part. I'm wondering what are its dimensions. Something like that could be a starting point for an Amiga laptop.


Product website: https://pi-top.com/products/pi-top

:D

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clusteruk 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 8:44:41
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@g01df1sh

Heh! Great Find, I will keep an eye on it then I can run this on it, sorry for shameless plug.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HZXM6cLVUg

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Rob 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 9:17:11
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@Tomppeli

Vampire V4 might fit in there and if the "hub" PCB can pass the video through to the screen without the need to connect the Pi's JTAG then it shouldn't take a lot of work.

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wawa 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 9:44:55
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does it mean, that this laptop can swim?

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ntromans 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 12:13:00
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@clusteruk

Depending on the internal space and connections is may be possible to put in other boards - I'm thinking of a nano size itx running AROS, of course

Cheers,
Nigel.

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WolfpackN64 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 13:03:16
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@Rob

It would be interesting, but the big question would indeed be if the screen can be passed to the Vampire.

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OldAmigan 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 19:52:14
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From: Dumfries, Scotland

@Tomppeli

Here's the dimensions for the Pi-Top.

341 x 209 mm (W x D)
Front thickness 10mm
Rear thickness 47mm

It.s been out for a wee while now. A bit expensive, though.

If you don't like the grey one, you can buy it in lurid green!

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OneTimer1 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 17-Aug-2017 22:25:23
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@Rob

Quote:

Rob wrote:

Vampire V4 might fit in there ...


This is a real laptop, meaning a lot of the price goes to the batteries.

A FPGA card is power hungry compared to an ARM board.

If you are just looking for compact desktop case, a small keyboard an a hdmi connector, there are other cheaper possibilities.

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khayoz 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 18-Aug-2017 1:20:30
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@WolfpackN64

No problem to get the Vampire board working since the Pi-top has a HDMI-LVDS
converter board included!

Just kick out the pie and replace it with Vampire V4!
Instant Amiga Laptop!

Start flaming NOW!

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Beans 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 18-Aug-2017 1:39:03
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@khayoz

I wouldn't be surprised if a few of you manage to pull off something like a portable V4 system. AROS? That's kind of redundant, since you can run that one of the existing X64 laptops.

Portable Pis? I don't get that either, since ARM based portable devices are hardly rare.

And if you want flame bait, I'm still rooting for the PPC laptop, because that could run a PPC NG OS.

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m0lebrain 
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Posted on 18-Aug-2017 15:48:54
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@clusteruk

shameless plug, but great video! :) thanks man!

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intangybles 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 25-Aug-2017 3:58:40
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@khayoz
@WolfpackN64

We can hope!

Quote:

khayoz wrote:
@WolfpackN64

No problem to get the Vampire board working since the Pi-top has a HDMI-LVDS
converter board included!

Just kick out the pie and replace it with Vampire V4!
Instant Amiga Laptop!

Start flaming NOW!



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WolfpackN64 
Re: Amibian laptop
Posted on 25-Aug-2017 9:08:35
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@khayoz

I'm not gonna flame since I like most Amiga implementations regardless :)

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