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seems like a noob to me if i got one i would ship it right off your way..
Yeah, it's a little disappointing.

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is there any benchmark software out there i can download for it? im just curious how it scales with my overclocks
Not that I know of, but there might be.

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I still think its nuts that we were basically handed a (apparently) working android port. Hopefully you guys are able to get a hold of one and crack it open. I'll be donating to the project when a stable version is released.
Yeah, like I said. A little disappointing. But hold off on the donations until we have something to show. It seems people complain that they donated and haven't heard any updated. Quite frankly, I'm one of the devs that didn't like the fact of the donations before having something to show.

We are holding off the donations link until we have something to show.
You have to remember, we are still waiting for devices just like everyone else.

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officedepot dropped the prices on the hp accessories and i went into staples and price matched them

the HP case - 19.99
keyboard - 29.99
touchstone - 39.99
Interesting. Thinking I might get a Touchstone or two.
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officedepot dropped the prices on the hp accessories and i went into staples and price matched them

the HP case - 19.99
keyboard - 29.99
touchstone - 39.99
Wait so.. I show staples that officedepot have it for "this price" and they'll match?

Cause i dont wanna drive all the way out to officedepot which is 23 miles away and while staples 3 miles away has it for 50
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Yeah, like I said. A little disappointing. But hold off on the donations until we have something to show. It seems people complain that they donated and haven't heard any updated. Quite frankly, I'm one of the devs that didn't like the fact of the donations before having something to show.

We are holding off the donations link until we have something to show.
You have to remember, we are still waiting for devices just like everyone else.
I'll definitely wait until its stable enough for a daily driver. I've been burned before by donating before a final build was released only to have the dev abandon the project.

You'll probably get more than enough offers through all your channels, but i'm no stranger to flashing devices and would be happy to lend my touchpad as a guinea pig for logcats and such.
    
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Wait so.. I show staples that officedepot have it for "this price" and they'll match?

Cause i dont wanna drive all the way out to officedepot which is 23 miles away and while staples 3 miles away has it for 50
yes staples will price match a brick and mortar store (i work there) so just print out the prices from office depot and bring it to staples



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*snip*

Interesting. Thinking I might get a Touchstone or two.
yeah i got one for myself and pops we were both a bit concerned about breaking off the micro usb port so we figured this was a good way to minimize its use, also makes a nice stand


One thing i was curious about though, why start with gingerbread then move to honeycomb? I think i read somewhere because the sourcecode isnt out there for honeycomb?
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officedepot dropped the prices on the hp accessories and i went into staples and price matched them

the HP case - 19.99
keyboard - 29.99
touchstone - 39.99
I grabbed a couple of cases and a keyboard hours ago when they first had the price change (online). Hopefully they won't pull some bs on me and not ship.
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yes staples will price match a brick and mortar store (i work there) so just print out the prices from office depot and bring it to staples





yeah i got one for myself and pops we were both a bit concerned about breaking off the micro usb port so we figured this was a good way to minimize its use, also makes a nice stand


One thing i was curious about though, why start with gingerbread then move to honeycomb? I think i read somewhere because the sourcecode isnt out there for honeycomb?
the thing is they dont price match on website prices..
    
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the thing is they dont price match on website prices..
they will pricematch officedepot.com since they have a physical location as well.

I work at staples
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they will pricematch officedepot.com since they have a physical location as well.

I work at staples
I know you work there, I'm just making 100% sure

Thank you and rep bud.
    
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I know you work there, I'm just making 100% sure

Thank you and rep bud.
np, i did it myself earlier for myself and pops, we both picked up a tablet the other day


i do it all the time before i buy anything tech related, ill check bestbuy, office depot and walmart and print out my price match page before i go in
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Ok, all I can say now is wow! Overclocked using uberkernal to 1.5Ghz and this thing runs like a lightning bolt. Awesome hardware.
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