Doesn't the gumstix need 5V?  (that's what the power adaptor is, I think)  I'd be interested in how many hours a gumstix can stay running with one of these before a recharge, if someone ends up getting one.

On 10/28/05, Craig Hughes <craig@gumstix.com > wrote:
Just saw these.  They're designed to be iPod replacement batteries,
but they're 3.7V, nice and compact, and not too expensive, and this
one stores 2200maH which should keep a gumstix ticking for a nice
length of time:

http://store1.sonnettech.com/product_info.php?
cPath=44_82&products_id=156

C


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