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There is something in the AIR... (a ZoomMDK)

Postby plusminus » Sun Apr 27, 2008 7:05 pm

no, not a MacBook .... better :!:

we are getting an Android capable ZoomMDK, by an extremely kind person of which I do not yet know if he/she wants to be named.
[align=center]This is what it looks like:
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Not impressed :?: So just eat this guys :shock: :
  • OMAP 3430 Processor ES2.0 :larrow:
    • POP Memory
      • 1Gb NAND
      • 1Gb MDDR SDRAM :larrow:
  • TWL4030 Power Management IC
    • Power Regulators
    • Audio CODEC
    • Keypad
    • Reset
  • Debug Support
    • 20-pin Compact JTAG
    • UART
    • Ethernet (RJ-45) :larrow:
  • Size:5.625” x 3.375”
  • 1-HS USB 2.0 OTG Port
    • Mini AB USB connector
    • TWL4030 I/F
  • 1-Audio Connector
    • 3.5mm
    • L + R out
    • Mic in
  • 1 Enfora Modem
      Quad-band GGE :larrow:
  • 1- micro-SD/MMC connector
      4 bit support, Dual voltage
  • Camera
    • Omnivision, 3Mp, CSI2 :larrow:
  • User Interface
    • 3 x 4 Telephony keypad
    • 4 user defined buttons
    • 5-Way navigation
    • Touchscreen :larrow:
    • Power Down, Reset
  • Video
    • 3.7” VGA/QVGA LCD :larrow:
    • DVI-D output :larrow:
    • S-Video?
  • Power Connector
    • USB power
    • Battery
  • Expansion Connector
    • Power
    • McBSP
    • UART
    • USB ULPI
    • MMC
    • I2C
    • SPI
    • GPIO
    • Support for WLAN, BT, DTV, GPS, modem, etc. :larrow:
    • Common definition with SDP


Get some more info here:
:arrow: http://www.omapzoom.org/wiki/tiki-index ... ge=ZoomMdk
:arrow: http://www.logicpd.com/downloads/1080/1 ... _Brief.pdf

My plan is to test some hardware-intense/depending applications, like Tom Gibaras MoseyCode and my AndNav.

This is not 100% sure, but if you've got a app that needs to be tested on an 600-800 MHz strong device, let me know, right below this post :)

I'll keep you up to date of any news regarding this, right here on this topic.

Regards,
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Postby mob » Mon Apr 28, 2008 12:44 pm

damn cool gadget. i'd better use it instead of my current cell phone :lol:
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Looks interesting!

Postby wataru » Mon Apr 28, 2008 2:14 pm

Hi plusminus,

Wow, this is really exciting!!!
I guess you don't have your device yet
since you mentioned you are "getting it"?
I can't wait to read your review on
some of the best apps like Tom Gibaras
MoseyCode and your AndNav! running
on real device! I envy you!

If you have time, screencast of some sort
would be great, but even just old plain textual
review indicating how these hardware-intense
application will perform on real device would
be a good read. I'm looking forward to hear
more about ZoomMDK as well.

Thanks for your effort to share Android-related
information plusminus! Having a popular site like
this itself is amazing, but keeping it for almost
half a year is really something
!!!
If you like RPG game, check this out!
http://dungeonwonders.com/
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Re: Looks interesting!

Postby plusminus » Tue Apr 29, 2008 7:41 pm

The device is already on the way. But as this is a dev-kit, it will take some days to get Android finally booted.

Unfortunately my time is currently really limited so I do not have much time to do heavy work on here :cry:

Conclusion: Less sleep ;)
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