Anyone do any development with Android?
Looking to get an app written to collect and store data for field engineers
Simon Faulkner 01538 303 900
Dedicated Programmes Limited
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From: Eugene Quinn <eug.quinn(a)gmail.com>
Date: 22 September 2010 12:06
Subject: Asus eee tablet (may be renamed to eeeNote) October 2010 (UK ?)
I've only just seen this but it seems to hit a sweet spot for the type of
device i've been waiting / looking for a safety questionnaire project.
That involves reading questions and ticking check box's followed with a
signature at the end of the questionnaire thats linked through Wifi to a
online db server
Asus also seem to be back in the Linux camp, I thought they had completely
- e Ink type screen
- Full touchscreen !
- 10 hours charge !
- Pages refresh instantly
- 8 inch so holdable in one hand
- £300 so relatively cheap compared to ITablet type devices.
- Probably has Xandros on it but this means it will soon have other
distros available for it.
- Monochrome LCD, 16 shades of grey
- Monochrome LCD
- Will need a rugged version / protector case for the environments
its going to work in.
Can Asus do it again, set the standard for a whole new device format as they
did with the netbook before MS corrupted them.
I'm sure quite a lot of people responded. Had to be at least 7 or 8.
Sent from my Android powered HTC Hero.
On 20 Sep 2010 18:18, "David Boucher" <dave(a)davesdomain.org.uk> wrote:
On 19/09/10 23:46, Adam Egan wrote:
> What's the latest on this?
Apart from you and me, there didn't seem to be any interest. At least,
no-one else responded.
> On 10 August 2010 13:21, David Boucher<dave(a)davesdomain.org.uk> wrote:
>> Also intere...
I've been informed of a up and coming event which maybe of interest and I
was wondering if people would be interested?
The meeting is:
If we get enough interest we can go from there.
On 13 September 2010 23:43, Tig <staffslug(a)caveconnect.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 8:54 PM, Russ Phillips <russ(a)phillipsuk.org> wrote:
>> At tonight's meeting, I got talking to Dave about Redshift and the
>> Android-based aPad, so mainly for Dave's benefit, here are some links:
>> A website selling the aPad:
> I like the idea/price point of the aPad but I am concerned about it running
> Android 1.5 as it was
> very poor when I had it on my G1, had quite a few issues with power usage
> (v.thirsty fixed in 1.6)
> and various other niggles.
That could be useful to know. I read a review of the aPad in Full
Circle Magazine , but it didn't mention battery life. There are
other, similar, Android-based tablets with various screen sizes (there
seem to be a lot with 7" screens) and different versions of Android,
so you should be able to get one with Android 1.6 at least, if not 2.x