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Old 04-24-12, 01:36 PM   #41
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If you're really worried about an exposed board, you can wait for an enclosure which they're working on, or buy a bottle of clear nailpolish and seal the board, just be wary of coating parts that need to be left exposed; like port contacts.
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You could just plug a powered USB hub into this, right? That way you could expand to whatever peripherals you needed, like... 8 USB hard drives?

Also, the micro-USB power port on this can be plugged into any cell phone charger adapter or whatever, correct? Anything with 5V out?
That is my understanding. Of course throughput for those disks would be horrible

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I was just looking at the little mods that people can add to this thing, and found this http://www.pcworld.com/article/25465...delicious.html. Imagine how fun this could be. I will be ordering one this week now.
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I was just looking at the little mods that people can add to this thing, and found this http://www.pcworld.com/article/25465...delicious.html. Imagine how fun this could be. I will be ordering one this week now.

Not for sale yet?

As for fun, yeah. Throw some temperature sensors and fun!

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It was funny today, I went into the high school at where I worked and went to go talk to the IT about something else. At the end of our conversation I mentioned this and he had NOOOOO clue about it. I told him to look it up and after a few blocks I came back. He said "This is quite an amazing machine and how did he miss this". Now I am thinking I should have kept my big trap shut and not said anything until I go before the school board promoting these things and a new job for me.

The really sad part is, is that I am known as the big dumb football coaching jock teacher and he is the smart guy in the building, supposedly.

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