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    An Interesting Development Board for FS

    I was sent this information today and it looks interesting in terms of possibilities for cockpit builders!

    Make your Phidgets Wireless!
    Connect/Host other Phidgets USB Devices
    Onboard Linux Computer
    266MHz 64MB Ram 64MB Nand
    10/100baseT Ethernet & Wifi Connections Included
    8 Analog & 8 Digital Inputs, 8 Digital Outputs
    4-Port USB Hub
    Fully Programmable in C & Java for Autonomy
    Utilizes Open Source OS for Full Customization
    Stream Video from Webcams

    http://www.trossenrobotics.com/p/phi...spx?a=tr-email

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    Re: An Interesting Development Board for FS

    Very interesting, thanks for the info Bill

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