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Linux, open source
Lots of sensors, controllers
Cons: SD card sticks out a bit
CPU a little underpowered
No USB 3
Other Thoughts: Great device. Set it up as a samba file server and cloud server using openvpn.
Occasionally use it as a silent, low power replacement for my HTPC.
Works equally well as my electric monster PC which heats up the living room.
Planning to use it for more stuff like, wireless multi room sound system, print servers, wireless monitor drivers, advanced remote servo controlled sailboat models, security cameras.
Pros: Works with squareup credit card reader and software
Large enough screen
Accepts GSM cards
2 cams , front,back
Cons: Needs 2.2 Anroid upgrade
Resistive touch screen w/o multitouch
Other Thoughts: Bought this to run square-up credit card reader & software.
I think this is the only inexpensive Android tablet that can run it even over wifi.
It works fine because it has 3.5 mm audio/microphone jack and GPS. My GSM SIM card (ATT with data plan) worked fine. It would also be great as a small computer/big phone that I can carry overseas and use there on GSM networks.
Cons: Little large
Other Thoughts: Great fanless card. I can finally use my computer as a real HTPC.
It made a huge difference while listening to music or playind DVD,Blurays and I just dont hear any fan noise anymore.
I have 2 other high performance cards and now I understand they generated a lot of noise.
I have installed it in my shuttle computer SX48P2E.
Because of the larger size I had to retrofit the DVD cradle and cut out a larger DVD opening. I was qute a bit of work but I am glad I did it. My computer now became usable.