yeah, i know the vocore, but never though of implementing the same usb port, silly me :P
though right now it isn't on my priority list, i want to make sure everything is correct on the pcb design
feel free to change it though :)
@Boken-Lin I don't recommend tags, as people can input the most irrelevant tags for example.
what would be better is to have catogories as the main 'tag' (example: hardware, support, projects)
and still have the tagging system as it is now, but more intended for sub-tags, like in the "hardware" catogory a topic called "how to use GPIO?"
where the subtags can be like: "GPIO, SPI"
i hope this clarifies what i mean :)
That's an option, though I don't want the picorouter to be too high in size.
Plus, I designed the USB port a bit inward so it could fit a micro USB stick (for storage expansion) without growing too much in dimensions.
You are free to modify the design though :)
edit: changed some stuff and new pcb version is up, see the top post
@Paul-Wright i'd suggest a catogory for hardware as well
also, looking at this line on their webpage:
"Build fast with Node.js/io.js, then optimize the hardware and build thousands."
this seems like they have some right on their design preventing you from using it in commercial products.
it seems that the tessel is open source, but the pcb design is far too complicated for news ones, so i'd go for a onion omega, with the addition of a custom base board :)
and i like the appstore on the omega as well :)
i don't know, but i prefer the omega, mainly due to open source software and the pcb size :)
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