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Sufficient supply for product integration?
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I emailed the company earlier this week and haven't gotten a reply. What is the expectations from the company about being able to supply in bulk for product integration? I likely won't need a lot of supply; maybe 2000-5000 per year. But I do want to know this before I proceed down the road of using the Pine.
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(02-17-2017, 10:31 AM)SlowBro Wrote: I emailed the company earlier this week and haven't gotten a reply. What is the expectations from the company about being able to supply in bulk for product integration? I likely won't need a lot of supply; maybe 2000-5000 per year. But I do want to know this before I proceed down the road of using the Pine.

I suggest you PM or email tllim about this as he is the only person who can answer your question.
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(02-17-2017, 10:31 AM)SlowBro Wrote: I emailed the company earlier this week and haven't gotten a reply. What is the expectations from the company about being able to supply in bulk for product integration? I likely won't need a lot of supply; maybe 2000-5000 per year. But I do want to know this before I proceed down the road of using the Pine.

As mentioned on the PM reply, PINE64 able to supply in bulk and 2000-5000 annual volume in ease.
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(02-17-2017, 07:53 PM)tllim Wrote:
(02-17-2017, 10:31 AM)SlowBro Wrote: I emailed the company earlier this week and haven't gotten a reply. What is the expectations from the company about being able to supply in bulk for product integration? I likely won't need a lot of supply; maybe 2000-5000 per year. But I do want to know this before I proceed down the road of using the Pine.

As mentioned on the PM reply, PINE64 able to supply in bulk and 2000-5000 annual volume in ease.

Thanks. That's a problem with the RPi Zero, Omega 2, and some other boards. I'm currently evaluating the CHIP Pro but if that fails I may be buying some Pines. Sure would love a lower-powered/lower-spec'd version like the Zero that can run Linux.
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Omega2 is brand new. think back 1 year ago when pine64 was brand new. omega2 actually doing much better, onion is ~ 2 months off schedule. it was twice that time before pine64 started shipping in any volume. add to that onion has about ~10 new products instead of 1.
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