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Oh gosh, I hope it's not THAT long! I turned over Fest West to Matt, so I'm hoping he shoots for an end of April release at Fest West 2018. (crossing fingers) :D

TIPI won't make it in time for Christmas, but save a few bucks, it looks like it won't be long after that. I'd estimate end of January.

 

-M@

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TIPI won't make it in time for Christmas, but save a few bucks, it looks like it won't be long after that. I'd estimate end of January.

 

-M@

 

Sweet... this just for the sidecar version or PEB card as well?

 

If side car, it should work plugged in with a PEB too as well right?

 

I'll take 2 please!

 

I'm saving my XMAS bucks for the TIPi.......

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I'd like to see a 3D printed case for the TIPI that looks like a Mini P-Box.

 

There is no law that stipulates the RPi 3 has to be horizontally oriented right? On it's side, facing backwards would somewhat hide the ribbon cable. Sure the case would be larger than a normal RPi case, but it would be cool!

 

Internally inside the case I would also hide an extension cable that would convert the micro SD to a standard size SD card and have it mounted where the disk drive is normally located.

 

Of course a case like this would have to be printed in pieces and in different colors, but it would be unique!

 

 

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Is the point, the same as a comma in US dollars,? If so I understand your consternation. but if it is only a EURO, then not so much.

 

The German notation of one million one thousand two hundred thirty-four and one half is 1.001.234,5.

 

Also, we read 5/4 = 1,25 as "one comma two five" (some say "one comma twenty-five"), not "one point two five", and "25" are the "post-comma digits".

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The German notation of one million one thousand two hundred thirty-four and one half is 1.001.234,5.

 

Also, we read 5/4 = 1,25 as "one comma two five" (some say "one comma twenty-five"), not "one point two five", and "25" are the "post-comma digits".

Germany is weird :-) (but nice)

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