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From: Will Baird <anzhalyu@gm...> - 2009-04-06 04:34:32
I am looking at getting the verdex pro, netpro and GPSstix. The
netpro and GPFstix seem to connect via different connector types.
However, do they block one another physically?
BTW, Don et al, if the Overo had a GPSstix equivalent, I'd be buying
that instead. *hint*hint*
From: Magnus Eriksson <mage7904@th...> - 2009-04-06 09:49:31
> However, do they block one another physically?
They go on opposite sides, and are not *supposed* to do that at least.
(I have had some issuses though - there's no clearance at all with the
consoleLCD16 and netpro.)
If you look at "packs" on the main store page (gumstix.com -> products),
you can see a picture of an assembled "stack" -- it looks like it is
made up of consoleLCD(16), verdex pro, netpro. That might give an idea
what your system might look like; the GPSstix would go at the bottom,
where the consoleLCD is.
Hope that helps.