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balisteri
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« on: July 06, 2012, 03:14:28 AM »

Hello,

Anyone have any information about the project SMILE?

Where to donwload the file to develop?

http://suseit.stanford.edu/research/project/smile

And also about the new PugComputer to be sold?

http://www.plugcomputer.org/development-kits/smile-plug/
   
Smile Plug
coming soon
About Smile Plug Development Kit

The result of a partnership between the Stanford University School of Education and Marvell, the SMILE Plug features a Marvell ARM-based CPU running up to 2GHz CPU with 512MB of Flash and DDR3 memory as well as Stanfordís Mobile Inquiry Based Learning Environment (SMILE). Not only does it provide plenty of processing power and resources to run any embedded computing application, it has the ability to create a local Wi-Fi network for up to 60 students in one classroom with network connectivity via Gigabit Ethernet. Peripheral devices can be connected using USB 2.0 and Wi-Fi. A plug administration API and UI called Plugmin is also included for simple deployment and system management.
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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2012, 04:44:21 PM »

Hello balisteri,

Project Smile or Smileplug is still in the development phase. This will be as a development kit wtih ARCHlinux and will be sold on the Globalscale Webstore to retail.

Thanks
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