yes, you can use the keyboard that comes with the Roomba to run this device
Y a know what? these will be obsolete soon with intels atom chip coming out. Then a year or two from then, those atom chips will get replaced by other mobile chips.
D() N()T WANT
buy it now… surely the bank won’t clear it til tomorrow.
What’s that saying “What do you mean I have no money, I still have checks left?!?”
I think Woot needs to add a “I DON’T WANT ONE” button so when enough people click, we all go on to the next item.
Was this the one that was $599 a few weeks ago?
I wish I could afford to plunk down $500+ on a neat toy like that, but honestly I have no real use for it other than going ‘oooh shiny.’
I think it’s more like “they didn’t sell! What do we do??? throw in a free keyboard and maybe we’ll lose these turkeys!”
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Everyone of you hypocrite Nots would do her in a second. Don’t Lie!
A second is all I could stand.
not hot but loosing 10 lbs would help alot.
My Q1 arrived on Friday. I have to say I am pleasantly surprised. Between clicking order during the woot-off and it arriving, I was having some serious buyers remorse. After it arrived, however, I have been really enjoying it. I upgraded the ram to 2gb and it zips right along, even with the 900mhz cpu in it. I installed a PDF annotation program and was able to review documents and make comments all the way to work as I rode the bus this morning.
how hard was it to upgrade?
Pretty easy. I just googled for instructions, but I really didn’t need them. Just unscrew, carefully separate the pieces, remove and replace memory, then re-assemble. The only problem I had was the power switch didn’t get lined up with the switch on the board, so I had to futz with that for a while.