[NTLK] einstein on raspberry pi?
stevenfrank880 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 13:50:28 EDT 2012
I have a Raspberry Pi and it is quite cool just how powerful it is for
such a tiny inexpensive package. Haven't had time to do much of
anything with it yet, though.
I haven't heard if there's any touchscreen hardware compatible with
it. As far as video it only comes with composite and HDMI video outs,
so not quite ready to be a handheld out of the box.
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 8:50 AM, Bob Carls Dudney
<kosmicdollop at saber.net> wrote:
> Wait less for it to complete tasks. :-)
> Einstein's noticeably faster than a 2100 on my ModBook. But one
> wouldn't want it much faster when using HWR 'cause it waits less time
> to start recognizing, hence one needs to be a bit faster crossing t's
> and dotting i's, etc.
> On 21/09/12, Andrew Diller wrote:
>>What would you actually do with a 5x faster newton?
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