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  1. Summary Its the fastest Pi yet, with a 1.8ghz processor. It comes in just the 4gb variant (the pi 4 comes in 2, 4 and It's inside a keyboard Quotes My thoughts Well I did not see this coming. Who says "Oh I love the pi but wouldn't it be great if it was INSIDE the keyboard". Having said that, it makes my desk a whole lot cleaner. Sources The YT video I found it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLe8wWjx33Y Official Page - https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-400/?resellerType=home
  2. Thanks both, that's really helpful and interesting. That same card is £85 in the UK. As you say, very expensive. I wonder if there is a motherboard that allows, this as I am considering building new PC soon. Although the power and display are not as important as the keyboard and mouse issue. So you're saying if I just get a male USB to male USB cable from the PC to Monitor, it would be able to be used as a hub?
  3. So I have an LG 27UL850 Monitor. One of the amazing things I found when I bought it, is that I can connect the USB-C cable from my Mac to my monitor, and my monitor is used as a hub. The power goes through the same cable, the display uses the same cable, any USB memory sticks I plug into my monitor get passed through that cable. It's really amazing as it means I now only need 1 cable on my desk from my Mac to my monitor. Here's the problem though. If I want to use my keyboard or mouse on my PC, I have to unplug them from the monitor, and plug them into the PC. That's a
  4. Thank you. I figured as much and was surprised by the few people saying it was compatible.
  5. I have an i5-4690k which i believe is an LGA 1150 socket CPU. I really want one of the i7-8700 processors, which says LGA 1151 on amazon. I've searched online and there are conflicting reports about if it's compatible. My motherboard is a B85M-E (https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/B85ME/) Would it just be a case of swapping the cpu over? Thanks!
  6. I might be wrong, but I don't think the idea is for people to use it to mine. It's there as a platform. ADA is Proof Of Stake anyway so even if the idea is to generate income you wouldn't mine, you'd just let your phone run the blockchain. The big problem I can forsee, is that unless there's a good way to recover any ADA stored in the phone/wallet system, losing your phone or getting it stolen could cost more like tens of thousands instead of just the hundreds it costs for the device. Edit: More research showed me that actually if you back it up properly with the BIP-39
  7. Spotted this blog post about a new phone built with native crypto from reddit. https://www.reddit.com/r/CardanoCoin/comments/8848ow/cardano_to_scale_infinitely_with_trusted_hardware/ Which links to: https://www.planetblockcha.in/2018/03/26/cardano-smartphone-sirin-labs/ I'm not going to pretend I understand all of what's in that article, but it's a cool idea. I think it's exciting because it paves the way for even more secure smartphones, encrypted and on the blockchain. Furthermore, it'll be one of the first use-cases of an actual currency th
  8. Hi, Looooong time LTT fan and watcher, but never ventured to the forums before. Had a couple of interesting tech topics that I thought the WAN show might want to talk about. Where would I post them? Or just in off topic, and if they are interesting, they'll get picked up?
  9. I use a Roccat Kova+ mouse (now dying as I have to press the buttons extra hard) and a Ducky shine 3 keyboard. No headset, but a cheap £5 desktop mic and Bose qc25 headphones (can't delete my last post on phone?)