View Single Post
Old 08 December 2016, 21:52   #30
Registered User

MickGyver's Avatar
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Finland
Posts: 296
Originally Posted by amiman99 View Post
I have a similar idea to yours, BUT using full board replacement for easy swap, just add wires, remove the original pcb, pop a new one and ready to go.

Have you considered this way?.
I have been considering that option also, with an add-on pcb different models can be used, though. Replacing the original pcb would require less work to assemble. The surface finish of the original pcbs is not that good sohat could be improved with a replacement pcb. Gold-mix in the finish for example would be better but probably 3-4 times more expensive.

I'm using my tablet now, sorry for the multiple posts, need to learn how to multi-quote!
MickGyver is offline  
Page generated in 0.04528 seconds with 10 queries