Re-inventing the PDA

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Fr. Mesrop Ash
Fr. Mesrop Ash@mesropash
Love that being able to duel boot Linux is a feature. Reminds me of my old Sharp Zaurus.
Peter Freeby
Peter Freeby@peterfreeby · designer, curator
I sincerely don't want to hate on this and there's some solid design here, but I can't imagine a scenario where buying an entirely separate category of device is worth the theoretical wpm difference between a physical keyboard and a touch screen one... Even if I were somewhat slower with a touchscreen keyboard, why wouldn't I just buy a keyboard case for the phone that I already own? Here's one that's smaller than their "world's smallest finger-touch keyboard" and is only $20.
carlos garcia
carlos garcia@androidlove · Co-Founder, Internet Missionaries
@peterfreeby hate to admit it but this is a niche product. Except maybe the boot into Linux, a tablet works better.
Jack Smith
Jack SmithHunterPro@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
old school ftw. video:
Robin Parker
Robin ParkerMaker@robbie_p1 · Founder @driftinnovation @planetcom2017
Thanks for hunting Gemini down! Gemini is a mobile device for typing on the go that also fits in a pocket or a handbag. It is aimed at bloggers and creatives needing to write constantly or professionals needing to read and write emails, create and edit documents and spreadsheets on the move. It is a modern clam-shell based mobile device with a palm-sized keyboard fully integrated into the device. Designed to be perfectly balanced for typing when open, the palm-sized QWERTY keyboard and screen beautifully tuck away when closed. Designed to run the latest Android operating system and all your favourite apps, it also supports open-source Linux with a dual OS boot option. A crowdfunding campaign was launched on Monday 27 Feb and was successful in 48 hours:
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace@kkdub · 🎯Strategist for Hire