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You know that "wait...what if..." feeling you sometimes get? I had it about a week ago so I rolled up my sleeves and came up with this: Still with me? cool! check it out: The pineapple fits in a standard Lenovo hard-drive slot, albeit there is a significant amount of work involved to pull that off: The biggest issue is height, namely that condenser (blue arrow) but that is an easy fix... just swap it out for one with similar specs and bend it a little. the other big issue are the ethernet ports. Now the ethernet ports are a PITA to swap around and fit inside such a small enclosure, I p
Thought I'd share this with the rest of you guys. Its from hackaday.com, and the guy builds a pretty respectable pwnie-plug device and puts it into the guts of a wall mounted gadget charger. The article mentions the price of the official pwnie plug hardware and also mentions that the builder doesnt use his device for nefarious means. Yeah right ;) ;) ;) . he even managed to solder a 3.5mm jack for a serial connection so it doesnt stand out - kind of makes it look like a knock off apple airport express.. What I like about this, is that internet sharing can be done from the mobile that is 'char