Bug Labs Shows Off Final Hardware

Bug Labs, makers of the snap-together modules that can assembled to create custom gadgets, have released more details about the "BUGbase," the hub into which all the other Bug modules will snap. The translucent white plastic has a healthy glow. When I first heard of the Bug Labs project I wasn't sure if I'd be comfortable carrying around a Bug unit in public. I would not be ashamed to whip out this unit. And the LCD screen is touch-sensitive! That answers several of my interface questions right there. Product Page [BugLabs.net]
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5 Responses to Bug Labs Shows Off Final Hardware

  1. krylon says:

    Heres my question: can i hook an arduino up to it? THEN it’d be killer …

  2. Halloween Jack says:

    Still not sure how/if this is different from an old Handspring PDA with an extra expansion slot…

  3. Simon Greenwood says:

    Aww, now look what you’ve made me do. It’s another little Linux thingy that I have to buy. Still, I think I’ll hold on until they’ve got the bugs out of the transporter.

  4. angryconsumerism says:

    am i the only one that notices the “teleporter” for new modules for 2008?

  5. Anonymous says:

    I have to second Jack. This is not quite what it was built up to be. It really does seem to be a HAndspring Visor with a smaller screen, a proprietary OS, fewer modules, and a larger form factor.

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