Wednesday, March 24, 2010

NanoNote first look

The NanoNote, available from for just $99, (note: $132.40 with shipping) "... is an ultra small form factor computing device. The device sports a 336 MHz processor, 2GB of flash memory, microSD slot, head phone jack, USB device and 850mAh Li-ion battery. It boots Linux out of the box and also boots over USB ..."

The specifications:
* 336 MHz XBurst Jz4720 MIPS-compatible CPU
* display: 3.0” color TFT
* resolution: 320 x 240, 16.7M color
* dimension (mm): 99 x 75 x 17.5 (lid closed)
* weight: 126 g (incl. battery)
* DRAM: 32MB Synchronous DRAM
* headphone jack (3.5 mm)
* SDHC microSD
* 850mAh Li-ion battery
* 2GB NAND flash memory
* mini-USB: USB 2.0 High-Speed Device
* speaker and microphone
* OpenWRT distro

Qi Hardware: Freedom Redefined
Ben NanoNote available at Tuxbrain (many pictures)
Qi Hardware's Ben NanoNote about as small as they come

The next four pictures compare the NanoNote's size with a Sharp SL-C3000 and a UMID M1:

1 comment:

  1. Hello from a fellow Nanonote owner! How are you using it? I don't seem to find an About me, to see if you are in the devel mailing list.