PineTime dev kits in the store
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Here they are
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#2
ordered. Thanks for making these available
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#3
Ordered mine too. Hopefully it'll arrive before Christmas.
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I'm considering to buy a dev kit, too. My question is: Can any of you tell or guess how close the hardware will be to the final product?
I can live with an unfinished firmware, the necessity to flash the firmware myself an some assembly. But if the devkit hardware will rather not qualify as a real product I'd like to avoid electronic waste. I believe it does at least have every feature the final product will have, won't it?
Should it be possible to get the devkit waterproof as well?
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(12-06-2019, 12:32 PM)Paranoid Wrote: I'm considering to buy a dev kit, too. My question is: Can any of you tell or guess how close the hardware will be to the final product?
I can live with an unfinished firmware, the necessity to flash the firmware myself an some assembly. But if the devkit hardware will rather not qualify as a real product I'd like to avoid electronic waste. I believe it does at least have every feature the final product will have, won't it?
Should it be possible to get the devkit waterproof as well?

The dev kit comes with the back not attached so it is not waterproof.  You could glue the back on but I don't know if the rest of the watch is waterproof.  If you glued the back on you could not program it.

(12-04-2019, 09:44 AM)Luke Wrote: Here they are

The page at https://www.pine64.org/pinetime/ still says they are not available in the store.
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(12-07-2019, 09:46 PM)VMMainFrame Wrote:
(12-06-2019, 12:32 PM)Paranoid Wrote: I'm considering to buy a dev kit, too. My question is: Can any of you tell or guess how close the hardware will be to the final product?
I can live with an unfinished firmware, the necessity to flash the firmware myself an some assembly. But if the devkit hardware will rather not qualify as a real product I'd like to avoid electronic waste. I believe it does at least have every feature the final product will have, won't it?
Should it be possible to get the devkit waterproof as well?

The dev kit comes with the back not attached so it is not waterproof.  You could glue the back on but I don't know if the rest of the watch is waterproof.  If you glued the back on you could not program it.

(12-04-2019, 09:44 AM)Luke Wrote: Here they are

The page at https://www.pine64.org/pinetime/ still says they are not available in the store.

ah, will update. Thanks for pointing it out. Done - updated.
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Do you have any information when PineTime is being shipped? I ordered one as soon as they became available in the store and received confirmation of my order, but no updates since.

Thank you!
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