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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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There are four Augen E-Go netbooks based on the MagicEyes [[Pollux]] processor: OE-A730, OE-A731, OE-A732, and OE-A733. As far as we know they are technically identical, the difference being the color of the enclosure. The devices ship by default with WinCE (but [http://www.handhelds.org/moin/moin.cgi/HaRET HaRET] will run on it, facilitating investigation). Most importantly, we have had success [http://wtfmoogle.com/?p=1708 UART-booting the Linux kernel used in the Leapster Explorer] on the device.  
 
There are four Augen E-Go netbooks based on the MagicEyes [[Pollux]] processor: OE-A730, OE-A731, OE-A732, and OE-A733. As far as we know they are technically identical, the difference being the color of the enclosure. The devices ship by default with WinCE (but [http://www.handhelds.org/moin/moin.cgi/HaRET HaRET] will run on it, facilitating investigation). Most importantly, we have had success [http://wtfmoogle.com/?p=1708 UART-booting the Linux kernel used in the Leapster Explorer] on the device.  
  
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== Chip List ==
 
== Chip List ==
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[[Image:Augen-eGo-mainboard-front.jpg ‎|350px|thumb|Scan of front side of Augen eGo Pollux mainboard.]]
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[[Image:Augen-eGo-mainboard-back.jpg ‎|350px|thumb|Scan of back side of Augen eGo Pollux mainboard.]]
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Samsung K9GAG08UOM
 
Samsung K9GAG08UOM
  

Revision as of 05:12, 5 November 2010

Augen E-Go OE-A730
Augen E-Go OE-A731
Augen E-Go OE-A732
Augen E-Go OE-A733

Overview

There are four Augen E-Go netbooks based on the MagicEyes Pollux processor: OE-A730, OE-A731, OE-A732, and OE-A733. As far as we know they are technically identical, the difference being the color of the enclosure. The devices ship by default with WinCE (but HaRET will run on it, facilitating investigation). Most importantly, we have had success UART-booting the Linux kernel used in the Leapster Explorer on the device.

Tutorials/How To's

TBD

Specifications

General:

  • MagicEyes Pollux VF3520F MHz processor (ARM 926EJ-S) Datasheet
  • 128 MB DDR RAM
  • 2 GB Nand flash storage
  • SD/MMC slot
  • AC97 audio w/two built-in 0.5W speakers
  • 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
  • 802.11b/g Wireless LAN
  • Built-in digital media card reader
  • Keyboard with TouchPad
  • Power LED, WiFi LED, Battery LED and Activity LED
  • 7-inch widescreen TFT LCD (800 x 480) AT070TN82 Datasheet


I/O ports:

  • Two (2) USB 1.1 ports
  • One (1) Mini USB port
  • One (1) Microphone in jack
  • One (1) Headphone out jack
  • One (1) RJ-45 Ethernet port
  • One (1) Rest button (on bottom)


Power Specifications:

  • DC 9V - 2A
  • Battery - Lithium Polymer - 7.4V, 16 Wh - 2100 mAh


Unit Dimensions:

  • 1.25 x 8.5 x 5.5-inches (H x W x D, approximate)
  • Weight: 1.6 pounds

Chip List

Scan of front side of Augen eGo Pollux mainboard.
Scan of back side of Augen eGo Pollux mainboard.


Samsung K9GAG08UOM

SDRAM: Nanya NT5DS64M8CS-5T Datasheet

Audio: Cirrus 42L52CNZ Datasheet

Ethernet: Davicom DM9000AEP Product Brief, Datasheet, Circuit

USB Keyboard Controller: Cypress CY7C63413C-PVXC Datasheet

Touchpad Controller: Cypress CY8C2043412LKXI Datasheet

Technical Information

Pollux register dump (using HaRET)

MMU memory map dump