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DIY Chumby HACK – How to hack a 640×480 VGA LCD onto a Chumby!

Here’s a really cool Chumby hack that will allow you to use a bigger 640×480 pixel LCD on your favorite little gadget.

Chumby is different; it is open source, and designed to be hacked. For example, the serial port is spelled out on the silkscreen for you and there’s a backdoor to enable sshd, so it’s not big deal to bring up the console. Because of its hackability, you are enabled to do significant modifications due to the availability of all levels of design documentation—har

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FlyBook VM V33i


Wow, check out this cool laptop that can be converted into a small desktop.

Like its predecessors, the Flybook VM has a display that is capable of being positioned upward like a desktop LCD monitor. On the inside, you’ll find a 1.66GHz low-voltage Intel Core Duo processor, 512MB of RAM, 30GB HDD, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and stereo speakers. Plus, it has an integrated VGA webcam for easy video conferencin

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Analogue Video Synthesizer-VGA Expropriator

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I picked up couple broken monitors at the garbage can nearby where I work last week. (Yes, I am such a el cheapo, I have to go to the dumpster for some hackable parts. Regardless, I also found some PCI serial cards which I needed badly for FREE!) Well, I am planning on some visualizing device…and this VGA expropriator might help me…

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DIY HOWTO – Turn a standard Xbox 360 video cable into a VGA cable!

Here’s a cool DIY for ya if you have an XBOX 360 via engadget

Recent Xbox 360 updates have allowed the system to spit out resolutions up to 1080p, and with the new HD DVD add-on drive there’s more reason than ever to use a high quality VGA signal instead of the more standard 3-cable component. However there’s a bit of a catch —

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The new Atmel AVR32 – STK1000 Embedded Linux Start Kit

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Just in case you haven’t seen this one from Atmel, My new Atmel AVR32 development kit, STK1000 Linux Box!

It loads up great, I haven’t had the time to mess around with it but seems like it has 2 Ethernet ports, 2 USB ports, bunch of I/Os, push buttons and nice color LCD. The whole Linux runs on a 256MB SD Card, which is kinda cool…

“STK1000 provides a complete AT32AP7000 development environment. The kit has two ethernet ports, a high quality QVGA LCD, a loudspeaker, and

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