Evil Dragon has posted a little update concerning the Pyra Project which for those who don't know is a very high spec Open Source handheld, he talks about a Sata Adapter, Jtag, CPU Board Fixes and More:
Not everyone is interested in one, I guess, but the SATA-Adaptor has mostly been finished.
It plugs into the USB-Port of the Pyra and splits the signal to both USB 2.0 and SATA.
Keep in mind that it's only for the Pyra.
I'll create a small case for it which you can either print yourself or maybe I'll do an injection mould plastic of it as well (depends on the demand and costs).
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