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Now the keyboard is ready I added the two last buttons that can be accesed by the thumbs. And I am still able to remove the board and buttons.
Today I putted the whole thing together.
EDIT: I ordered the screen now waiting :)
A few day ago I started rebuilding this projects to make it more portable I made it smaller and I want to use a new screen that is smaller(3.5") and uses less energy(http://www.adafruit.com/products/913). I have almost enough money to buy the screen after that I will make a new update. at the moment I can power it with 4aa batteries maybe I will find an alternative. I am sill thinking about how should mount the screen like a laptop screen or like a gameboy(flat) or maybe somehow else what do you guys think?
This is how it looks now:
This is the booster I havet to power the display as soon as I have it:
some extra pictures:
hmm, I think I burned out the amp. sorry. I think I need to order a new one.
I am programming a onscreen keyboard so I can type with only a d-pad
today I got the amplifier but I can't get it working I will search for what I do wrong.
At the moment I'm waiting for the 2 channel amplifier(http://goo.gl/zzhHfm) I bought from opencircuit.nl if I got that I can wire up the 2 speakers in the display case so I got sound from my pi.
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