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    EEVblog #1056 – Digilent Open Scope MZ Review

    Dave looks at the Digilent Open Scope MZ Review, an $89 open source oscilloscope, logic ...

    • Ryan Erickson

      No video?

    • Worf

      And Dave also struggles with the sleeve in trying to open the box, like every other unboxing out there!

      At least the tape fell to his mighty Victorinox!

    • Jaames

      And that tiny hole that Dave think is reset (in teardown video) , it is actually microphone 🙂


      • Yeah, the device has dual microphones. Pays to read the manual :->

    • Worf

      Dave – FYI – a USB port can be also a video out – there’s a spec called MHL (Mobile Highspeed Link) that uses a micro-USB compatible port as an HDMI output. It’s not directly HDMI compatible (I think it adds another 5 pins to the connector) as you need a transceiver chip to translate MHL to HDMI.

      Alas, though, the Nexus 7 lacks MHL output.

      • Yes, it seems to lack this option. Bummer.

    • Ray

      Wanted one but w/ 16GB of memory. Everywhere online said back-ordered and Google Play itself said enter e-mail address to be advised when in stock. I never got any e-mail. On Friday (Aug 10) I saw Google Play indicated “in stock” so I placed an order. Arrived today, Wednesday (Aug 15). [Why this “made in China” product was shipped from Kentucky to me in the Los Angeles California area is a bit of a wonderment.]

      Overall impression: fantastic value. I have a Kendle DX that is OK for B&W stuff only; the wife has a Kendle Fire that is great for her (not too tech savy); and we both have different older Sony e-Readers that were never more than minimal toys.

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