On 22/03/02 09:03, "Grant C. Brunson" <grant_at_burneffect.com> wrote:
> Dave Watson used to upgrade the MP2000 for $75.00 with the "EXACT
> part Apple used" (these are his words). It's my understanding
> he just contacted the manufacturer and ordered the chipset.
> They weren't proprietary Apple products or anything. Here's
> his web address: http://www.idir.net/~drnewton/
> I don't know if he's still doing the upgrade or not, but Newton
> users were VERY happy with his work...
Actually, the upgrade that David was performing was the 2000 to 2100
upgrade, which basically consisted in increasing the memory on the 2000 to
the same amount that can be found on a 2100. He was also able to install the
Implant from Pixolution, but David never offered any overclocking service.
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