From: Rick Ludwig (bensisko_at_mac.com)
Date: Sun Jul 20 2003 - 10:30:54 PDT
Pretty sweet. I wonder how hard it would be to reconfigure for WiFi....
Given that the drivers have already been written for some WiFi Cards,
you could probably open it up, remove the radio, and use the PC/MCIA
slot as the connector for an internal WiFi (or just put the WiFi card
in the PC/MCIA slot, either way....).
If that was thinner, and was based on the Newt 2x00, then that would be
one kick-sweet machine! (since it's motorola, I wonder if they ever
considered making it REALLY easy to connect a StarTac to the Macro
(i.e. a dock on the device where you just slide in your phone...).
Another cool product lost...
On Sunday, July 20, 2003, at 11:15 AM, Chris Myers wrote:
> Finally put the finishing touches on the first draft of my detailed
> analysis of the Motorola Marco. I have included pictures of just about
> every part of the Marco along with packaging and accessories. I have
> also shown you how large the Marco is in comparison to the Newton 2100.
> For those of you who have not seen one before, take a look.
> It should be Newt Friendly, but does includes lots of large pictures.
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