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I love the Ducky Pocket! Any news on release date? Does it have to be plugged in to work?


No word on release date yet.

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I wonder what the two 6 pin connecters on the edge beyond the ram slots are for (the black/white ones).

*edit* The black one might be 8 pin its hard to tell when I magnify because of the blur.
probably "24 pin" connector biggrin.gif its an early testing motherboard, it can have everything.

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thinking.giflachen.gif I dont know why but i think is funny


biggrin.gif Maybe cuz they look more like dancing worms.

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It is cute but not very practical. I much prefer my ten year old "solar" calculator I keep in my purse. It's small and tin, taking up very little room, and, if there is enough light to read the keys and the reflective LCD screen, there is enough light to power it. It's the only portable, electronic device I own that doesn't need to have the batteries changed.

I think its very practical. I use a calculator daily at work and would love to have the option to have the num pad on my left side of my keyboard. Also, i love mechanical keyboards and calculators. This is a no brainer for me.

I don't need a calculator as often as you would but, when I do, I prefer using a third party onscreen calculator, Moffsoft FreeCalc. I can use it with the num pad on my keyboard (there is no way on Earth, or elsewhere, that I will ever have a keyboard without a num pad and macro keys). Numbers can be pasted and copied to and from it (eliminating transposition errors) and it even has a "tape" that displays entries that can be saved or printed. I use three monitors so I have plenty of room for it on a screen.

If you have a keyboard without a num pad, it would make a good substitute for that but, as a portable calculator, it's overkill and too bulky. Of course, there is nothing wrong with getting one for the bling factor; I just have better things to spend my money on that just bling.
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I love the Ducky Pocket! Any news on release date? Does it have to be plugged in to work?

From just looking at it, I'm guessing it needs to be plugged into the USB of a computer if you intend to use it as a num pad and to charge it. Otherwise, it appears to be portable as a calculator only.
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I love the Ducky Pocket! Any news on release date? Does it have to be plugged in to work?

Here's the description of the Ducky Pocket:

Ducky Pocket is a battery-powered calculator that stands out from the crowd due to its mechanical switches. The model can be connected via USB to a PC for functionality such as a numeric keypad, to complement the example of a tenkeyless keyboard. When Pocket is plugged in, it activates the backlight in the display and RGB LEDs in the mechanical switches.

Ducky RGB illuminated calculators expected to be launched towards the end of the year with a yet unknown price tag.

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For God's sake just use a simple solar calculator! smile.gif

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