My Raspberry Pi has arrived.
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The only annoyance at this moment is, no screw holes, so it's either by a box or maybe 3 sticky feet will do the job.
Sockets are stiff and as someone has already done, it is very easy to unmount the electrolytic (C1) when removing the power cable, there is a tendency to hold the little blighter to gain leverage.
I'm mulling over getting hold of a TI HDMI/DVI to RGB converter chip (I think it's a TFP410 or TFP401) and then I can drive a standard LCD monitor raw panel. PCB would be a nuisance though, TI recommend 4 layer with complicated ground planes and it's a 100 pin mini TQFP, perhaps not doable after all.
cdb, on 24/04/2012
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