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===WiFi Linux Wall-Plug from GizmoForYou ===
[http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site GizmoForYou] released an Open Source [http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site/shop/gizmos/computing/wifi-linux-wall-plug.html Linux Wall-Plug] based on the Gumstix Overo Air single-board computer (SBC). The device features 2 x 2MP cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth, Sencitive Microphone amps and other features. The Gizmo was created from one of the many wishes that
[http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site GizmoForYou] receives. 
===Ares Gaming platform from GizmoForYou ===
An Open Source Gaming platform [http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site/shop/gizmos/computing/pxa-gaming.html Ares] based on the Gumstix Verdex Pro series of platforms from Gumstix has been released and features a 4.3" Touchscreen, Analog controls and other features. [http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site GizmoForYou] also initiated a [http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=37589 contest] for the development of games for the Ares platform which run specifically on it and are optimized for the Verdex Pro hardware.
===FLOW G1.5 from GizmoForYou ===
[http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site GizmoForYou] releases a second version of the FLOW PDA/Phone, [http://www.gizmoforyou.net/site/shop/gizmos/computing/flow.html FLOW G1.5] which has many new features, redesigned exterior look and operates on Android Eclair. some of the features are HDMI, 2MP camera, 3 axis Accelerometer, Digital compass and many others. 

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FLOW G1 from GizmoForYou

An Open source community GizmoForYou is shipping a Linux hardware/software kit for building a modular, touch screen smart-phone FLOW G1. Based on the OMAP35x-based Gumstix Overo line of single-board computers (SBC), the Flow phone offers modules including GPS, 3.5G cellular, Bluetooth, WiFi, camera and other features and operates on Android Cupcake.

LRC: Living Room Controller

The LRC is an Overo Air based computer system, built into a photoframe, featuring a touchscreen and a 7" LCD screen. Find more information in the official project wiki


Dual Display E-Reader at UMD

Dual/Multi Display Electronic Readers at the University of Maryland.

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