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 No.46952[Last 50 Posts]

Hoi, chummers. I've been thinkin about decks a lot lately, and seen some neat shit on people making their own. What methods would you all use to cobble something together, and to what end? What kind of function would you be looking for in a modern cyberdeck? How would you make it look schway as fuck?

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 No.46954

…Is this Commodore 64-C case I see on first picture?

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 No.46955

>cyberdeck n.

> Term originated by William Gibson, to refer to a computer that can connect to the matrix.

Well, since we don't have Matrix in real world, for now an actual cyberdeck is practical impossibility.

>shadowrun wikia

>A cyberdeck is a cyberterminal with illegal modifications - namely higher-powered hardware

In a dystopian future of Shadowrun, overclocking is illegal.

Are there any computech devices and hardware mods that are actually illegal to own?

This one is hard judge, since line between hardware and software is really blurry and is getting thinnier every day.

It was illegal to export encryption tech in the past, so you couldn't travel out of country with it, but otherwise no one would jail you for having it in your pocket.

Also there's criminalized by DMCA practice DRM circumvention (region-unlocked DVD-player or game console, for example), but I'm not sure if it applies only to an act of circumvention itself or to ownership too.

And you need a license to operate powerful radio-transmitters, but again, just owning them shouldn't get you in trouble.

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 No.46956

>>46955

>Are there any computech devices and hardware mods that are actually illegal to own?

Depending on where you live, radio transceivers that operate on certain restricted frequencies might fit that description.

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 No.46961

>>46954

It is! That and the one with the handle are made by a guy goes by D10D3, runs N-O-D-E if I'm not mistaken

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 No.46993

>>46952

>that last picture

Why the fuck would you put Windows on a computer you're trying to /cyber/?

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 No.47102

>>46993

He's tryna living the dream but ain't hit the Sprawl yet

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 No.47139

>>46954

There are reproduction ones. I think there was some kickstarter/indigogo for repros with an Intel Atom in it or something.

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 No.47200

File: 36d0faeb794449d⋯.jpg (4.28 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, 20170722_155549.jpg)

I want these headphones. Why carry a huge keyboard when I can pocket a folding one and just wear my computer?

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 No.47204

>>47200

Goddamn, that looks stupid…

But it's really clever. Where can I find these? Maybe they can be modified to look less conspicous.

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 No.47207

>>47204

Haha, yeah, I'm pretty sure it's part of a costume. No way I'm walking down the street dressed like that cybfag bullshit.

The headphones, alone, just look like gaming headphones. Probably, if you painted it all black, people would think they're just headphones with a mic boom.

Better than walking around with a keyboard on a guitar strap, anyway.

I found these on /r/cyberdeck

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 No.47211

>>47207

Well, obviously. But folding keyboards are cheap. If you're willing to pay a bit extra, you can get extremely flexible ones that make for good wearables.

Really, wearable/mobile computing ain't difficult to do (take a look at the C.H.I.P. family, they're amazing for their $9 tag).

The REAL problem we're facing is looking like a tool or being downright conspicous. If your wearable is useful, but you get stopped by cops on a regular basis, what good is it for resistance?

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 No.47215

>>47211

Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't realize you were here shopping for your real-life super-hacker missions.

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 No.47217

File: f7ad7ca8836ad86⋯.jpg (11.71 KB, 236x236, 1:1, gaming-headphones.jpg)

>>47204

Those headphones aren't even nearly as bulky or ridiculous looking as a lot of actual gaming headphones.

Huge mics, flashing lights, bright colors, external speakers (so you can share?), in the shape of cat ears?

I wouldn't walk around in those either, but I don't think you'd stick out either.

Giant dumb headphones are in fashion.

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 No.47221

>>47217

Shit, you got a point there.

When did small and practical ever go outta style anyway?

Though external speakers on headsets are a pretty good idea, tbh. Too bad wageslaves use it to annoy everyone around them.

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 No.47222

>>47221

I always think of Cyebrpunk as being customized chunky gear, with wires and shit hanging out.

These decks are a good example. Sure, it's just a computer, but it makes a statement.

It says 'I made this, and you don't know what it does'

I think the PUNK side of Cyberpunk is serviced when people build outrageous, flashy, tech that says 'Fuck you and your iPhone'.

Cyberpunks aren't secret operatives.

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 No.47223

>>47200

can't wait for the forthcoming stereotypical cyberpunk age so I can wear this out in public and not be some sort of cosplayer weirdo

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 No.47224

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>>47221

I went to /r/Cyberpunk to check it out there, and that pic has just the headphones. It looks less a lot less dumb, and a lot more like just gaming headphones, without the rest of the costume.

I would still paint it all black, and leave the boom up unless I'm doing something … and still feel self conscious AF.

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 No.47233

>>47223

If you want to wear them, just wear them. Every new style starts with a few people looking weird, because no one else is doing it.

I might try pulling off the headphones. They're just headphones.

I think I could make them smaller, maybe if you fit the battery and the pi inside the ear cups, so the only thing on the outside is the display, it'd look even less bulky.

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 No.47239

>>47233

Fuck I already do, people get used to it and them some ask where to get it from.

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 No.47243

>>47239

Oh, sweet! Are you the guy who made those headphones?

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 No.47246

>>46952

Has anyone done any modding with the sharp X8600?

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 No.47252

File: 89783dfd4e0be97⋯.jpg (1.25 MB, 3264x2448, 4:3, cyberdeck.jpg)

Just googled 'Cyberdeck' and stumbled over this one. It looks like it's about the size of a paperback, which I would be a lot more likely to carry around in my backpack, rather than strapping one of these giant things to myself and carrying it around.

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 No.47253

>>47252

Nice keyboard, I've always wanted to have merman fingers so I can swim faster when the CIA niggers are after me in a hollywoodesque action packed chase. And this keyboard turns out to be great for the job, having to type with my fingers crammed onto one another trying to be all at the same place at once until I develop a membrane that keeps them together.

I heard RSI is the absolute 1337 condition, hell, rms has got it. Turns out you don't really need Emacs for that, just a keyboard the size of a penny.

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 No.47254

>>47252

I NEED THIS

NOW

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 No.47255

>>47253

Hey, it's clearly the size of a dollar! I'm sure you would get tired of wearing crap display glasses long before the keyboard becomes an issue.

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 No.47256

>>47222

I was talking about the gaming headsets tho.

Of course, DIY stuff is rad either way. On the other hand, why you don't have to go full-on operative, it kinda has to be practical.

>>47223

Just tell the next generation it's cool. They'll eat it right up, the average shazbot takes fashion directions from anyone.

>>47224

Pic ain't functional, right?

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 No.47257

>>47256

Those headphones are %100 functional according to /r/cyberdeck

Pi-zero, micro-display and a pocket sized wireless keyboard.

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 No.47258

>>47255

>Hey, it's clearly the size of a dollar

Not where the economy is going.

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 No.47259

>>47254

Build one? From the pics, looked like just a headless pi build. Simple to build … probably the hard part would be the case, but I can see that's the bottom half of a cheap pencil box.

Same pencil box that kid put a clock in, and got arrested. Haha.

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 No.47261

>>47256

I was talking about the gaming headsets ..

That headset is pretty far from 'full operative'. Kinda looks like surplus aircraft headphones.

Just tell the next generation it's cool …

I was punk when it was just called 'Hey Faggot'. If no one is giving you shit, you're not a punk.

Pic ain't functional, right?…

Yep. Checked /r/cyberdeck and he has tumblr with a bunch of similar builds.

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 No.47266

>>47261

>if no one is giving a shit, you're not a punk

Debatable, chummer. I've walked through the local ghetto with a friend, both in post-apocalyptic clothing.

We went to a goth party as a favor for a friend of ours and neither of us had anything goth-y. 'tis a funny story.

My point is, nobody gave us shit at all. In fact, we got complimented.

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 No.47269

>>47266

You wore cosplay down town? That makes you a punk?

Shit has changed since my day, haha.

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 No.47271

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>>47269

No, I did not wear cosplay. I threw on a combination of hunting and hiking gear as well as some of the stuff I use for urbexing. That is not cosplay.

Looked Fallout-ish, didn't really fit, but we had fun.

>punks need to conform to what I consider punk

Pic related. Don't be that guy.

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 No.47273

>>47271

I think you're trying to make this into something it is not. Saying 'I'm a punk, I just don't do it exactly how you do' is one thing. Saying 'I've walked through the local ghetto with a friend, both in post-apocalyptic clothing' just has nothing to do with punk. At all. You just dressed up funny and walked down town.

I'm not saying you may not also be a punk, but that statement doesn't say anything about it.

You may well have said 'I dressed in my fishing gear and walked through NYC and no one gave me shit', or 'I dressed in fancy eveningwear and walked through walmart'.

Fine, but what's your point?

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 No.47274

>>47273

Oh. OH. I guess I misunderstood you. That particular anecdote was not to prove I'm a punk.

I was trying to point out that "if no one is giving you shit, you're not a punk" is a very shallow way to look at punk culture. In retrospective, that story didn't really make a good point, but whatever, I was drunk when I posted it.

Main points of punk culture are having a rebel's attitude towards and actively challenging conformism. At least that's what the local lads pointed out, while handing me a can of beer in front of the train station I might add, which spiralled into a very nice discussion about just what the mainstream is.

I don't frequently drink in public, don't have a freaky hairdo (though that's because I would look like an absolute tool with it) and my clothes don't look like classic punk culture.

However, I don't give a damn about fashion (I boycott brands, wear milsurp, hunting and hiking gear out of philosophy), think for myself and don't give a fuck if I get funny looks for my appearance, beliefs or views.

Hope that worked better.

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 No.47275

>>47274

I think what I was trying to say is that if you're worried people will pick on you for not conforming to social standards, you're not punk.

People will give you shit if you're rebelling against their culture.

If you're too scared of that to dress how you want to dress, then you aren't a punk.

This discussion leads back to people saying 'I really want to wear something like that headset, but I'm afraid people will make fun of me'.

Wearing that headset, and not giving a fuck about the fact that no one else is doing it, is punk. Worrying about being made fun of for it, is not.

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 No.47283

File: f24fea78f907b65⋯.jpg (52.93 KB, 400x485, 80:97, Halloween_wearable2.jpg)

>>47256

Typical /CYBER/ devolving into who's more punk pissing contest.

Meanwhile I'm just cruising CrazyDude's tumblr and found this monstrosity.

Anyone here with the sack to wear that around town? I would wear it to a club, if that kinda club existed.

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 No.47300

>>47283

Is that LSDj?

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 No.47301

>>47283

I'd wear it. The hilarious reactions alone would be worth it.

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 No.47302

File: d9e054d1d80883a⋯.jpg (127.88 KB, 980x758, 490:379, redditors.jpg)

>>47207

>I found these on /r/cyberdeck

Usually I don't complain about spacing, but holy fuck

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 No.47313

>>47300

it is indeed

the guy that made that and the pic in >>47200 wears it on stage when he performs I think.

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 No.47323

Anyone have beginner guides/tips to making one of these? I know I'm probably going to need to make my own casing, and buy all the parts, and shit, but does anyone have good parts guides, recommendations while making the case, etc? I don't want to just RasPi it. I want to make it a battle-station kind of thing.

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 No.47331

>>47323

Everything here was made by 2 guys, except one (the black one with 2 keyboards).

Both of those guys hang out on /r/cyberdeck.

I know I've seen guides to the two decks and the headphone wearable floating around on Reddit.

My advice, is to go there and ask.

Neither of the two people who built all of these have admitted to posting here, or posted any guides, and since it's basically just two guys, I think you're going to have to go where they are.

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 No.47366

>>47323

Why not a raspi? Great support, enough power, support for games, code, etc.

What else would you recommend?

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 No.47382

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>>47366

Jesus christ that reddit spacing. Thing is RasPi is underpowered. I'm thinking either scrap from a Thinkpad. What I really want to do is do it "One Piece at a Time" style. That's what really makes it seem cyberpunk for me. Going to a junkyard and taking spare parts out of aincent towers and cannibalizing that old Boombox for speakers and even a CD drive then putting all the components together. That's the magic, to take all these parts you got for cheap, assembling them, and bringing them to life for the first time in perhaps 20 years. Then again, I'm also into the hot rod culture.

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 No.47383

>>47382

Have you checked the specs on a pi3? Because that's more powerful than what you just described, and for me the entire draw to the pi is that you do everything 1 piece at a time. Find the right display, the right keyboard, the right battery/charger, mouse/pointer, etc … and stick it all together.

There are alternatives to the pi, but honestly it's just the cheap composite out and software support that keeps me from exploring them.

I'm just going to go on aliexpress and buy a bunch of $2 parts one of these days, and make a mini-laptop out of re-purposed garbage.

I want to cut a keyboard in half so I can split and angle it, and put a custom pointer in the center, like a thumbstick, for the mouse.

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 No.47384

>>47383

Yeah but you can't change out the ram and the CPU in a RasPi like you can in a traditional motherboard. And in my personal experience (pi2) it runs significantly slower than a traditional computer.

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 No.47385

>>47384

Pi3 is 6X faster than a Pi2 I think? At any rate, I've used one as a daily driver and gotten by. As for adding RAM/Processor,I never do that on a laptop anyway.

Your build sounds more like a desktop.

To each their own, though. All I ask is if you build something cool, you share it.

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 No.47386

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>>47382

>reddit spacing.

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 No.47391

>>47386

I saw every one of these builds on Reddit last year. This board is a joke. Talking about wearing a keyboard around like a shadowrunner and hacking the corporation. This place can't figure out if it's coming or going.

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 No.47394

>>47391

These are a lot of topics to take from someone countering your reddit spaces claim.

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 No.47396

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 No.47403

>>47396

That explains why there are posts like

>>47398

>>47310

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 No.47404

>>47403

I was talking about the spacing, but yeah, it seems to take new people a while to realize you're a racist cunt too.

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 No.47405

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>>47404

>you're a racist.

lol That's not an argument, and that doesn't invalidate it either.

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 No.47406

>>47405

I'm not arguing with you. I just assumed it was accepted truth. I've been here for years, noticed someone always brings up niggers and kikes and figured it was just one really racist dude. Then, after the last post figured you'd admitted it was you.

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 No.47408

File: f3dd8e17737ff9d⋯.jpg (363.26 KB, 746x560, 373:280, serveimage (2).jpg)

>>47406

I'm definitely not the first person to bring them up here. see http://8ch.net/cyber/res/43790.html That's why it's surprising that there are people who who are oblivious to them.

>and figured it was just one really racist dude.

the term racist has lost it's meaning, it's only applied to conservatives, when a leftist "exposes" white people as "being" globalists it's not considered racist even though it is. Knowing who is in power is important when you have a subculture that's suppose to be against the establishment.

I'm "racist" because i know who the globalists race are, but I'm not against every single one of them.

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 No.47409

>>47408

That link isn't a good example

>>47307

>>43899

>>43879

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 No.47412

>>47408

I really couldn't care less if you self-identify as a racist. I just figured this guy wanted to build a deck, assumed the 'scene' was here, and didn't realize it's literally 2 or 3 guys on Reddit. Someone posted on /r/Cyberdeck all whiney that the sub is dead. I assume it's the same guy.

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 No.47413

>>47412

It probably is. Reddit fags love to whine.

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 No.47423

File: 5a52061432c75b6⋯.gif (1.69 MB, 640x480, 4:3, rarest.sh.gif)

reddit get the fuck out reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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 No.47432

>>47406

Good GOD you're a shazbot beyond believe.

And I don't even fully agree with >>47405.

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 No.47460

So, did you build anything? Does anyone here ever build anything?

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 No.47488

>>47460

No one here builds anything, they just trade old news from Reddit and bitch about Jews.

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 No.47493

>>47488

Sadly, that's just how image boards work most of the time. Mostly for living discussion, not so much for getting shit done.

(Oh yeah, and fucking jews)

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 No.47499

>>47493

Yeah, people come here expecting to find Neo and Zero Cool chatting about some new custom hardware they're designing.

What they find are a few social retards, and a bunch of other guys looking for the same thing, and being equally disappointed.

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 No.47504

File: 8e4425abfdf7854⋯.jpg (286.1 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, cyberdeck.jpg)

>>47488

Well, someone made something. There's a new one up on /r/Cyberpunk

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 No.48502

Thinking I might try something like this, maybe having multiple/specialized processors or something

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 No.48506

>>47504

>Texas Instruments

Can't wrestle the post out of reddit's gui, but I hope author has an excuse of this thing not working and being completely unrestorable.

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 No.48507

>>46954

Definitely not a C-64. But very possibly one of the 128's or Amiga 500's.

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 No.48508

File: b36faef12898c36⋯.png (227.98 KB, 1918x1018, 959:509, kbdpc-miniitx.png)

I did some mockups in OpenSCAD, and I think it should be possible to fit a slim Mini-ITX motherboard in Amiga500 sized case, with full sized keyboard and enough space left for one or two half-length PCIe and one 3.5″ bay expansions.

It would be bulky and not very portable, but it should have power and modularity of a good midrange desktop PC.

I don't know how to do cooling and supply power and I had to a lot of guess work for volume dimensions of components though, so I do expect some issues to pop up.

I suppose there's no substitute for actually holding physical objects in your hands, so next step should be building a cardboard prototype, but I'll have to acquire Mini-ITX board somewhere first.

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 No.48509

File: df58c361a20867f⋯.jpg (423.64 KB, 1280x1024, 5:4, C64c_system.jpg)

>>48507

You see that usb-hub to the right? C-128 and A-500 have numpad there.

C-64C was late rerelease of C-64 in a fashionable C-128/A-500 like case, and it had C-64's F-keys in that place, picrelated.

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 No.48520

>What methods would you all use to cobble something together,

i just want to put a strap on my laptop so i can use it while walking around or at least without pulling it out of my bag.

does that count?

>kind of function would you be looking for in a modern cyberdeck?

i want the same function as a normal computer.

What else would it have?

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 No.48548

>>48520

Make a briefcase laptop or something I suppose.

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 No.48556

File: 53254a4841a32df⋯.jpg (135.34 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, am.jpg)

Gut an Amstrad case.

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 No.48559

>>48556

Just the case?

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 No.48578

>>48559

Definitely keep the keyboard. It'd be awesome if the tape could be used with emulators … but, yeah, definitely switch out the boards with a modern SB computer.

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 No.48968

>>48556

>Amstrad Case

Hey, I can really see that working. You could put the screen where the tape recorder is and rewire the buttons and slip a raspberry pi in and have a pretty decent deck. If only I knew how to get custom screens that small (and how to wire things that aren't TVs in general)

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 No.48974

>>47405

Oh look, a shill

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 No.49272

>>48974

>so boring and unoriginal that he has to steal insults from /pol/

Just call him bourgie you fucking pinko, you already glow in the dark.

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 No.49285

>>48968

>put the screen where the tape recorder is

>raspberry pi

You're never going to punch deck like Case with that attitude. If you've got a box like that you could put a lot more power in it than a raspberry pi.

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 No.49313

>>49285

yeah, I could spend a ton of brouzouf on a good board, get some high-end video glasses and go all out … and I'd still have a fucking toy that I'd never leave the house with.

Or, you know, spend $10 and make something I can emulate old systems on to play with now again.

>punch deck like Case

HAHAHAHA faggot, Cyberpunk would be way cooler if you edge-lords would stop pretending it's real.

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 No.49782

File: 7bd693e25099da6⋯.jpg (311.4 KB, 1024x683, 1024:683, keyboardjeans.jpg)

i really think the future of mobile computing will be: keyboard jeans, "phone" in your pocket, and some kind of heads up display like google glass.

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 No.49787

>>49782

I can't believe someone fucking made those jeans. What an abortion.

I think we're just waiting for eye/hand tracking to get here. Once we have simple production interfaces that scan your hand position and eye position, and draw an interactive interface over them, that you use with gestures, we'll be there.

I've seen some great stuff still in the alpha stages, but here in a few years we won't have cell phones at all. We'll have a little sci-fi monocle, or (eventually) just a contact in one eye, or even an implant.

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 No.49789

>>49787

Holding your hands in the air would get really tiresome after a few hours.

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 No.49790

>>49789

As opposed to holding a phone in one hand, and using the other one to touch the screen? I seem to manage that for 18 hours a day wiithout any major problems.

I also assume I'd be able to set a virtual keyboard on a table and just use the table as an input device, where it's still tracking my hands, I'm just resting it on a flat surface.

I'm damn sure not wearing fucking pants with a shitty keyboard sewn into them.

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 No.49792

>>49787

If we're talking about the future of consumer technology, I think it's probably some unobtrusive wearable. You probably won't even notice it's there, and it'll just overlay with your vision, and allow you to interact by brushing a thumb against your forefinger or something really subtle like that.

As for anything 'cyberpunk', I think makers will make something ridiculous, loud and obvious. Just to give the finger to people who think buying the sleekest, smallest, most sandboxed and controlled thing on the market makes them cool.

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 No.49896

File: 754f74bbc80e9b1⋯.png (389.77 KB, 490x808, 245:404, ClipboardImage.png)

>>49787

>I can't believe someone fucking made those jeans. What an abortion.

I dunno, they looked pretty cool when Alex wore them

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 No.49921

>>49896

Lots of things work in cartoons that don't work IRL. That's what separates Cosplay from Fashion.

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 No.49922

Thinking about gutting a thinkpad for the computer of my deck, using ABS plastic paneling and angled aluminum (like for drywall) to build a case for it, a RP3, a USB hub and multiple IC programming cables for messing with other embedded electronics, as well as doing a few other mods to the Thinkpad itself

> Removing chink battery and building my own cell array to be part of the deck and power it, the screen, and a small RP3 powered display for temp/CPU/RAM/Battery use.

> The cell array should also have multiple DC outs regulated for embedded work, as well as small modules wanting to attach later on (Cellular Modules? GPS? Radio? Extra cooling?)

For me personally, it can be up to 7-8 pounds and I'm going to make sure the case is tough, well-vented. Any recommendations for modules for it, materials to build the case out of, and/or thoughts?

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 No.49927

>>49896

>tfw you will never be a badass hacker anonymously handing over information about bad guys over to U-UNATCO

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 No.49931

>>49927

>handing over information about bad guys over to U-UNATCO

But UNATCO are the bad guys…

>>49922

I literally came to this thread to say that pre-chiclet thinkpads would be an easy way to start a cyberdeck fun-project with. Half of what you plan to build could be bypassed by just using an ultrabay with it though.

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 No.49932

>>49927

Why not alert the electronic old men?

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 No.49933

File: ae598562eaf63c7⋯.jpg (3.93 MB, 2560x1600, 8:5, 1523048373361.jpg)

>>49931

My thing though is what separates a laptop from a cyberdeck and /cyber/'s thoughts.

I figure a 'deck is not only capable of doing security stuff through web protocol (like everything capable of connecting to the web at a decent speed), but also capable of doing embedded-level hacking/programming and RF package transmission stuff, otherwise it's just a laptop case-mod, not a cyberdeck.

I've had a few thoughts and purchased a thinkpad, so I guess I'm gunna get the ball rolling when it arrives in the next few days (X230 w/ 2.9 Ghz process.)

>18650 cells w/ multiple charging circuits for power, fed into the laptop via power port (possibly messing with internal power supply for a more efficient feed?)

>TFT screens via microcontrollers for monitoring this shit while running/idle

>Quiet running, slightly larger fans and additional heatsink w/ temperature sensors

>Module slots - 3

They are 3" x 3" x 1.5" slots with separate power regulators and USB connection via Hub

> RF Module

> Embedded Programming Module

> Embedded Diagnostic Module (?)

> EEG/Brainwave Module

I also want to do some embedded work with homebrewing an EEG module for attaching electrodes to my temples and actually getting a decent reading of my brain activity out of it, and I'm apparently not the only one who has thought of something similar.

http://openeeg.sourceforge.net/doc/

Chummers, now how fucking schway would it be to actually have a cyberdeck reading your mind?

I'm willing to put in the work…

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 No.49939

>>49933

>but also capable of doing embedded-level hacking/programming and RF package transmission stuff, otherwise it's just a laptop case-mod, not a cyberdeck.

Any laptop with a USB port is capable of doing that stuff. It's still just a laptop case-mod.

The only argument I've heard for the 'use' of a Cyberdeck is that if you use goggles, it's a little more private.

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 No.49947

>>49939

Well, I guess in your opinion, without Matrix, no cyberdecks, ever, simply by definition.

But that simply inspires me to do more, chummers.

So, what if I started attempting to develop a module to house an OpenEEG, 2-4 electrode leads, and some kind of embedded interpreter to translate EEG feeds to commands?

They are developing similar with BrainServer on the OpenEEG site, so it wouldn't be entirely reinventing the wheel here…

And nothing really complex in the way of commands, I'd have to go full-retard and install electrodes in my skull for anything more than simple shit with concentration. (I've messed with EEGs before, worked in the medical field)

Erm, I also have epilepsy and would use it to study my own brain during seizure activity, possibly to help figure out why my brain is fried.

And it'd look schway?

> shave side of head, have cyberdeck on a sling with an electrode or two on your temple, connecting you to the Deck, and from there the Net

> can get away with carrying it anywhere by calling it 'Medical Equipment', and has several actual medical functions

> can possibly 'think' to kick several functions off/on

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 No.50007

>>46952

Yeah cyber decks are not going to take off. Its a horrifically impractical form factor for needs virtually no one has - "I need to walk around while being on my laptop". If you need to work, you sit down. It has fundamentally misuses the shrinking on electronics, and the ubiquity of network connectivty. Whats the point of having a cyber deck? what could you possibly do with it?

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 No.50010

File: 716478617e8ffa3⋯.png (55.82 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, EczA7y9.png)

My thing is if you're going to walk around with a gutted out piano keyboard you would need to display the monitor somehow. I like >>46952

second pic with the glasses but where the hell can i find those things what even are they?

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 No.50021

>>50010

You mean glasses, that show video? Something like video glasses?

I'll bet there's a way, online, to look for things … search, if you will … the internet. An 'internet search', if you want to call it that.

I hear there's some popular ones out there.

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 No.50026

>>49939

>a little more private.

A little‽

I can watch porn anywhere with my google cardboard!

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 No.50040

>>50026

I saw there was a Virtual RDP for Google Cardboard as well. With that,you just need a cheap old phone, a Pi in your pocket and just use a bluetooth keyboard with it. Cheap, light, functional and private.

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 No.52539

Have you seen the gemini palm pilot that released recently? It's about the size of a large phone and I'm pretty sure it ships with a Linux distro…

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 No.52661

>>52539

It just ships with Android installed, but you can also install Debian or Sailfish with their flashing tool. The hardware/driver situation is pretty bad. Only Android has proper support. They're using workarounds to reuse Android drivers in Debian and Sailfish. It's stuck on an ancient kernel and things don't work very well. It's a Mediatek chip, which has infamously bad support on GNU/Linux. Somehow I wasn't aware of how bad things would be, and I actually ended up buying one. The keyboard layout is also kind of crappy. They push some normal keys like minus and equals into the fn layers, but then have dedicated arrow keys. They should've just copied the layout of a modern 60% mechanical keyboard so that everything would be in a standard space at least. I'm hoping the GNU/Linux support will improve over time, but that might require full on reverse engineering, and I don't know if people care about the device enough. It might be better to just wait on something like the Pyra or Neo900.

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 No.52698

File: 1d3a1cb2f9b4ccd⋯.jpg (63.74 KB, 500x333, 500:333, d14m5v5ew8489f18486d79a0a6….jpg)

>>49782

So gay

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 No.52703

>>49313

>HAHAHAHA shazbot

>you edge-lords

You raise a fair point, but there's nothing wrong with trying to express cyberpunk culture with the lingo.If IRL then sure that would come across autistically, but cmon this is /cyber/ lmao

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 No.52711

Something I have that is pretty neat is the "Avegant Glyph" which is a personal display you connect with HDMI. Its 720p, accept it doesn't have much of a screen door effect because its a retinal display, which uses projectors.

It has problems, like static and dark red pixels that appear in blackness on some devices (which kind of adds to the appeal and isnt too annoying). I added a Bluetooth dongle for the 3.5mm headphone jack for listening with the display tilted up.

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 No.52724

File: 8993235471b96de⋯.jpg (34.72 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, deusex.jpg)

Cyberdecks were a thing in the 80's, when portable computer weren't a thing yet. Now we have smartphones, laptops, smartwatches, even connected cars. Everything is more and more connected to the internet, those every day objects all communicate between them via bluetooth, Wi-Fi … That is the real Matrix.

I have the feeling we're romanticising a lot 80's SF without taking into account current tech, which exceed or differ a quite bit from Neuromancer, or any Cyperpunk fiction from that period.

I get that there's a bit of nerdiness involved, not that larping is inherently bad, we're on /cyber/, after all lol.

To get back to the point, we're looking to build a practical portable hacking device, with a DIY aspect.

We now have the possibility to build extremely small computers hardware-wise.

It's relatively easy to strap a raspberry Pi or whatever micro-computer to a miniature screen and keyboard. Retinal displays or goggles would be cool, too.

Need more power ? Pretty much any modern laptop or rooted smartphone would do the job.

If you want to go DIY, it's still possible to build your own laptop with desktop parts, which is kinda the point of cyberdecks, only less bulky.

Software wise, I think we can all agree on a custom linux distro, maybe on a flashdrive for maximum discretion and modularity.

Well, sorry for this half-baked, autistic post, probably with a few English mistakes, just bringing my grain of salt pn the subject

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 No.52733

>>52724

My favorite stealth pentesting machine is a rpi connected to a 7000mAh battery and a chink wifi dongle, i just keep it in my backpack and ssh in from my phone, like a modern day cyberdeck :^)

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 No.52741

>>46956

Did someone say… illegal internet?

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 No.52792

>>52733

THat sounds pretty cool, do you work in pentesting ?

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 No.52794

>>52733

> chink wifi dongle

It's okay to say ESP8266, anon.

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 No.52795

>>52733

How does the PI with a wifi dongle even connect to an open Wifi automatically? Do you set the access point connection manually before entering a hotspot?

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 No.57478

File: c34f657b8d92938⋯.png (6.4 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, solardeck.png)

>>46952

I'm currently building a solar powered cyberdeck

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 No.57493

>>57478

水 chummer. Post specs.

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 No.57508

>>57493

I cannot because it is not done yet, in the picture it has a raspberry pi generation 1, however when I get an HDMI screen it will use the pi 4

also it will have sdr (fm radio, police scanner, etc)

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 No.57513

>>57478

Are you going to keep this screen or do you plan on replacing it by some spare screen from a laptop for example?

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 No.57525

>>57478

My instincts tell me that your solar panel(s) should be larger than your device(s).

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 No.57808

File: 83a118b0bfbe256⋯.jpg (120.69 KB, 898x608, 449:304, .jpg)

I've been thinking of making a cyber deck, but most of these seem like they would be pretty inconvenient in the real world. I have always liked the idea of how the luggables did it back in the day.

With a little refresher, I don't see why this could be a common form factor for tech enthusiasts.

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 No.57894

>>57478

>>57525

>this

How did it go Anon?

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 No.57898

File: 7f88a4463dd5126⋯.jpg (174.72 KB, 1900x544, 475:136, 5cncoXL.jpg)

As much as I hate to admit it, but smartphones and tablets are probably the modern equivalent to cyberdecks. Or a RaspberryPi in your backpack with some additional hardware like an Alfa card that you control via your phone. Extremely portable, covert and you're pretty much independet in the sense that you just need a powerbank and maybe a solarcharger for your powerbank. With this you can charge your RaspberryPi, tablet and smartphone. You could then rent a cheap VPS if you need raw computing power or storage. With a setup like this you're pretty flexible and you don't look like a larping autist.

https://pwnagotchi.ai/installation/

Maybe this is something you guys like, doesn't really have anything to do with cyberdecks though.

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