mattallen37 wrote:This way, "they" could charge $300 or so for the controller, and only sell to the true advanced users. The average mindstormer doesn't need more than the NXT has, but I could use a controller with a 128 x 200 (or better) color display, support for mp3, mp4, SD, VGA, stereo, USB master, and 5A 12v H-Bridges. I sure would pay $300+ for a supported and developed controller like that.
mattallen37 wrote:Almost 100% OT, but does anyone know if it is true that "Windows 8" will be able to run on an ARM? I heard "it will run on most tablets because it will be based on the ARM structure".
nxtreme wrote:Yes, Windows 8 will run on ARM processors, but just 'cause it does doesn't mean MS will support the NXT. The NXT community will have to do that themselves .
mattallen37 wrote:Oh, I don't expect it to ever even sort-of run on the NXT. I was thinking more like if a newer mindstorm controller had an ARM9, ARM11, or Cortex processor.
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