OK, I don't mean this to sound the way it's going to
(or perhaps I really do and don't want to admit it)
but after scrolling down to the end of the message and
clicking on the Newton FAQ link, I found this:
Short answer? Yes, your assumption is correct
according to the FAQ!
--- Rolf Brakvatne <rbrak29_at_qwest.net> wrote:
> Thanks Ed.
> So is 912K standard system RAM for a 2000 not
> including the 4000K for
> internal memory?
> On Thursday, March 14, 2002, at 11:04 PM, Ed Kummel
> > Yeah, probably one isn't a MP2100!
> > Check out the system RAM installed. Go to the
> > tap the [i] and select Memory Info. There you will
> > the System Ram installed. If it's a 2100, it
> > say 3984k.
> > If it says anything less, then it's a mp2000!
> > Ed
> > web/gadget guru
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