Sunrise Demo Party

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Sunrise Demo Party

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Just to mention, I will be at Sunrise demo party next weekend in Luton, and will most likely take a Joggler along to play about with during the weekend.

http://www.sunrisedemoparty.co.uk/

Anyone else interested in coming along? :)

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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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I would have been interested if it wasn't so far from home. My wife would kill me!

Have a glorious geekfest!

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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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Some pics - event still filling up
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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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Hey Buzz, interested in playing with an Openframe 7 device?

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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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Sorry - forgot to reply to your post.

I'm pretty busy at the moment so I couldn't promise to find time - how similar is the device to the joggler btw ?

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It is very similar except it has a speaker and a different wireless card that supports N. I just don't have the time to try and build an image with the correct drivers

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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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I thought the Joggler already supported N - the Wikipedia page (yes, I know it's not always a reliable source) says it has:
Internal Ralink RT2770 USB adapter (802.11b/g/n)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O2_Joggler

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mine connects via 'n' at 150mbs

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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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gegs wrote:I thought the Joggler already supported N - the Wikipedia page (yes, I know it's not always a reliable source) says it has:
Internal Ralink RT2770 USB adapter (802.11b/g/n)
Oi, I wrote that page! ;)
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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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:lol:

nice page it is too :)

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roobarb! wrote:
gegs wrote:I thought the Joggler already supported N - the Wikipedia page (yes, I know it's not always a reliable source) says it has:
Internal Ralink RT2770 USB adapter (802.11b/g/n)
Oi, I wrote that page! ;)
Wikipedia's not always reliable, but in this case it's unimpeachable.

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Re: Sunrise Demo Party

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gegs wrote:
roobarb! wrote:
gegs wrote:I thought the Joggler already supported N - the Wikipedia page (yes, I know it's not always a reliable source) says it has:
Internal Ralink RT2770 USB adapter (802.11b/g/n)
Oi, I wrote that page! ;)
Wikipedia's not always reliable, but in this case it's unimpeachable.
Hehe. :)
birdslikewires.net - home of the Reflash System, SqueezePlay (OS) and various tools for the Joggler!

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