22″ Ilyama LCD panel, Atom based NUC (board only) with Low Voltage RAM, USB WiFi adapter (could have used half sized PCIe + antenna — but I’ve got a ton of USB WiFi left), extended ethernet.
Mostly made out of plastic (hardened polyester) and metal, unlike the wooden version.
Pictures at the office (non photoshoot):
Disassembling the Ilyama display:
End design created by Seendesign. Parts laser cut by Maakbaar.
More at FlatTurtle’s blog.
5 replies on “All in One display prototype v2.0”
What’s the single malt that goes together with this nice construction effort? 🙂
One of the many I try 😉 But honestly can’t remember which one.
Why don’t you use Android on USB instead of all the hardware?
Because Android is quite limited in what we can do (ie we run Puppet, VPN, etc — without rebuilding everything from scratch); we can use packages from the Debian repo.
And we use Atom & Celeron hardware. Not sure how the support for Android is for that. En plus it’s barely more expensive. 🙂
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