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Comment Jide Remix (Score 5, Informative) 82

I got one of these from the Kickstarter campaign. It works reasonably well. I haven't tried to do much with it, but as a tiny desktop computer it's OK.

I had initial problems getting the display to work, because my monitor (a Benq GW1255) only accepted 1080p on its HDMI interface and the Remix output 720p. I first connected the Remix to a monitor that could handle 720p and changed the Remix's display settings, but I finally ended up getting a HDMI to VGA connector (from Amazon by CableMaster, about $10) and it now works fine.

I use the Remix just for playing around. It prints fine with a Brother driver over my wifi to a 2360DW.

I use my Apple keyboard (wired) with its attached trackball via USB, and they both work without any problems.

So far, I like it.

(Wow - I sure haven't posted in a loooooong time - look at my sig)

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Submission + - Octave and gnuplot coming to Android (walkingrandomly.com) 1

MathIsTasty writes: Recently, it was announced on the Octave-maintainers list that a Kickstarter campaign has been launched to bring Matlab style numerical computations and graphing to Android via a "more than" port of Octave and gnuplot. While, I doubt it will be as successful as some recent games on Kickstarter, is this a reasonable way to fund free software development? Now, we just have to worry about people working on simulating solar irradiation while driving. Here is a good blog post about the project.

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