* The computer with less computer in it!
* No more surprises, unless you go on like FB or something, then that one's on you
* Tack-a-tack-a-tack-a (that's the sound you make while typing on a Typey boy)
*Slaps e-ink screen*
"This Typey Boy can fit so many pixels in it!"
(Not that many pixels, like 800x600, tops)
* Your life—in monochrome!!
* Can it do that? No, thank goodness!
* An abacus is probably faster; speed wasn't exactly our priority let's be real
* Low (power consumption) and slow (at doing things)
* How much slower? All the way, baby
* It doesn't try to help!
* .txt file-compatible!
@bgcarlisle could you just post the link to the indiegogo project already pls
* Stuck? Fuck you. Turn it off and on, don't do that again.
* That dimming of the lights every time you plug it in? That's a feature, yo!
@tewha No no
I don't want a bad computer
I just want one with less of the surprising and unnecessary parts of modern ones!
@bgcarlisle I was thinking high power consumption for some reason! Like it was powered by an overclocked 6502.
@bgcarlisle I'm digging how this is precisely a Freewrite Traveller, while being the exact opposite of everything Freewrite is trying to do as a Brand™️
@bgcarlisle I’d buy this
@Hiro Warning, this fantasy product runs:
Emacs and only Emacs
You can read and write non-formatted text files
Literally nothing else
@bgcarlisle Damn. Oh well I’ll code my own VIM with Emacs Lisp then! Should keep me entertained for a while, and without eye strain, I can go at it 24/7!! Great product!
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