A LattePanda compatible Tablet

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DiskioPi
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Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:20 pm

Hello the LattePanda community,

I'm Guillaume from Diskio Pi.
I'm coming here because you should be interested by my product.
Diskio Pi is an Open Source Tablet, compatible with boards like LattePanda. 13'3, capacitive touch, usb hub, sound, batteries, 5V@4A power, etc.

Recently, I have checked the dimentions of the board (LattePanda 4G/64G) and I think Diskio Pi can be compatible. I havn't tried yet, but according to the 3D CAD, this board can be enter in the tablet.
Here is a picture (sectional view)
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The board could replace the initial Raspberry Pi with a special plate (for the screws holes), and with special cables. (usb, ethernet etc)
The basic version of Diskio Pi will be delivered with RPi cables, but it's not a problem to make customs cables.

Just one last thing, I think it need an efficient cooler to run it. But Diskio Pi is cooler compatible.

If you want to know more about this tablet, take a look on my crowdfunding campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/di ... ref=3730kj

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Thank you and thanks also to your community manager !

Regards,

Guillaume

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DiskioPi
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Mon Jan 28, 2019 2:10 pm

Hello guys,

Some news of the project. The Kickstarter has not succeed, but it's not a problem.
The B plan is to build the same device with 3D printed case this time, instead of injected plastics.

The new crowdfunding is here (french crowdfunding website): https://www.ulule.com/fabrication-diskio-pi/
and the project is 300% funded ! :)

Cheers !

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mhedhli
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Fri Aug 09, 2019 1:37 am

Very cool. Have you tested this with the LattePanda? How about the Alpha/Delta?

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DiskioPi
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Fri Aug 09, 2019 8:12 am

Thanks !
I have not tested yet with the LattePanda, but I hope one day to buy one for a demonstration Diskio Pi. (2Gb is the minimum for win10 I think)
But I have no doubt about the power because I have tested with a RPi4 which need 4A.

About the Alpha/Delta model, it's too big to adapt into the case, but you can still use it with the external power - HDMI

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