Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller
hns at goldelico.com
Tue Jun 18 16:25:16 CEST 2013
Am 18.06.2013 um 15:01 schrieb kardan:
> what is the proper website, where OM users/interests regularly
> show by, to publish/find those offers?
This mailing list.
> Am Fri, 19 Apr 2013 11:35:08 +0200 (CEST)
> schrieb mx4812 at arcor.de:
>> ----- openmoko at pulster.de (Christoph Pulster) wrote:
>>>> the camera is finally starting to work!
>>>> This is a really great news! Now I regret I didn't participate in
>>>> the GTA04A4 group tour...
>>> We still have 4x complete units Openmoko GTA04 running out of the
>>> box for 649 eur for sale. Camera module also in stock, 69 eur.
>> I am also offering one.
>> You can have the full package that is comparable to the
>> OpenPhoenux / Letux 2804 package from goldelico.com,
>> but completed with charger and accessories, for 500 Euros.
>> The board is installed in an original black "neo freerunner"
>> case (no 3D printer material), together with display, antennas,
>> gps, speaker, mic, etc. (a complete smartphone).
>> Package contents:
>> * original black Openmoko "neo" case with GTA04 board installed
>> * full "invisible shield" coating
>> * Micro fibre cleaning cloth
>> * FIC standard battery pack (1200mA Li-ion)
>> * 8GB SDcard with qtmoko installed
>> * Stylus
>> * Openmoko power adapter 100-240V (three types of plugs)
>> * USB data/power cable
>> * original Openmoko retail box
>> Aside from the new board, the items have been used, but everything
>> is in good condition. And you will get the original receipt
>> for warranty reasons.
>> The phone runs Qt-moko on debian/wheezy that has been installed on
>> the SDcard and updated to the latest packages with apt-get. Thanks to
>> the recent improvements in speed and power consumption, this setup
>> now truly allows using our open source phone as your daily phone.
>> The internal memory still holds the original debian hardware
>> validation image as reference.
>> Kind Regards,
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>> Community at openphoenux.org
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