Deleted member 111282
This guy is aiming to build a Raspberry Pi device with an endless amount of configurations. I'm interested in building one of them when he works the kinks out of the prototype. Because it uses off of the shelf parts, shouldn't be too expensive to build (maybe $200 on average), and shouldn't be too hard to build (if the person's knows how to solder), this may revolutionize handheld devices and give current manufacturers a run for their money (especially since most of them are unfortunately made in sweatshops). However, this may remain as a hobbyist/niche project because the average consumer wouldn't want to fart around building it, which is fine as well. What do you guys think?