Roshambo 2023
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I saw the Roshambo case on the Pine64 store. Trying to understand components and assembly.

I see that a power supply and board are required - RockPro64 is recommended. It says that the ssd "cartridge" is optional. I see that the board comes with 2 or 4GB RAM, but doesn't seem to have storage.
From the site - "There is also an optional eMMC module (up to 128GB) and microSD slot for booting." If the ssd is optional and the eMMC is optional, how is the R-Cade system installed/stored?

Other than the case, board, power supply, and a couple of controllers, is there anything else I would need?

Thanks
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(01-13-2023, 10:45 PM)angeloweb Wrote: I saw the Roshambo case on the Pine64 store. Trying to understand components and assembly.

I see that a power supply and board are required - RockPro64 is recommended. It says that the ssd "cartridge" is optional. I see that the board comes with 2 or 4GB RAM, but doesn't seem to have storage.
From the site - "There is also an optional eMMC module (up to 128GB) and microSD slot for booting." If the ssd is optional and the eMMC is optional, how is the R-Cade system installed/stored?

Other than the case, board, power supply, and a couple of controllers, is there anything else I would need?

Thanks

In the middle of Roshambo case, there is a slot which is SATA interface. You can plug in 2.5" SATA HDD or SDD that commonly avaibal ein market, you also can use the SSD cartridge that Pine Store carry.
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