An update has been pushed to the master github repo and the lawsuit involving the DMCA and NeTV2 has started moving again. Read the full update.
The first batch of NeTV2s has landed. Crowd Supply received the 114 kg pallet safely after its Air Canada flight. Here are a couple videos of Josh opening a Quickstart Package and peeking at a PCBA. Read the full update.
Please prepare to receive your campaign pledge by taking a moment to confirm and/or update your address by visiting your Crowd Supply account page. Read the full update.
I'm writing this update from Incheon airport, on my way back from a successful experience at the NeTV2 production facility. First I'll elaborate on the process of designing and making plastic cases, and then I'll summarize the overall status of production. Read the full update.
The NeTV2 production pipeline is really starting to take shape. In about one week I will be heading to South Korea to bring up a new line for NeTV2 production. Although I had originally intended to do production in Dongguan, China, those plans were a quick casualty of the trade war between the US and China. Read the full update.
Since the close of the campaign, the NeTV2 PCB design has gone through some minor revisions in preparation for full production status. Read the full update.
Wow! What a crazy month - from launching at the Teardown event in Portland to wrapping up at Toorcamp in Seattle, it's been a thrill running the NeTV2 crowdfunding campaign and getting in touch with developers everywhere. Read the full update.
Almost to the finish line! We're down to the last 48 hours of the campaign. I'm happy to announce we've smashed through our second stretch goal. Read the full update.
Now that we're close to unlocking a Tomu with every NeTV2 board, I'm very excited to announce two more stretch goals for the NeTV2: a cooling kit and a beefy FPGA upgrade. Read the full update.
I'm extremely pleased to share that Tim 'mithro' Ansell's HDMI2USB project (part of his bigger TimVideos.us project) has committed to supporting NeTV2's "libre mode." Read the full update.
The biggest screen in your house would seem a logical place to integrate cloud apps, but TVs are walled gardens. While it's easy enough to hook up a laptop or PC and pop open a browser, there's no simple, open framework for integrating all that wonderful data over the TV's other inputs. Read the full update.
Now that we've hit our initial funding goal, I'd like to announce our first stretch goal for the NeTV2, which unlocks at $35,000: a free Tomu bundled with every NeTV2 board! Read the full update.
I'm super-excited that the campaign has hit two major goals: first, we're 100% funded, so the project is a go! Read the full update.
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