[NTLK] Newton to iPad over bluetooth
kcfoxie at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 21:58:11 EST 2013
I have an airport base station (graphite) that I would be willing to
part with for $20 shipped that is 100% newton-compatible. If you send
me the MAC address off the wifi card ill even configure the base
station for open access restricted to that cards MAC address for plug
and play functionality.
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On Feb 19, 2013, at 9:51 PM, Thomas Hart <those at mac.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I've returned to the fold out of frustration with the various HWR offerings for the iPad. I wrote my entire PhD by hand on my Newton 2100 back in 2002 and continued to use my Newton until connecting proved too much for me to figure out. Got back to my Newton when I acquired a Pico Bluetooth card and used the functionality to great effect.
> Now though, my iPad (4) has become my tool of choice, replacing my MacBook Pro and iMac for writing, lecturing, research etc. The thing is that I can't find anything as good as my Newton for HWR and I was wondering if anyone has had any success in pairing a Newton with an iPad, allowing direct transfer over Obex BT from the Newton to the iPad. This would be a real bonus for me, and I sincerely hope that someone has a positive answer for me.
> I realize that emailing notes is an option, but I don't want to have to swap cards all the time and have not had any recent success connecting my Newton to my home network. So really, either would do: connecting via bluetooth to my iPad, or fool proof wifi setup connectivity. I have an Orinoco Gold card, a Newton 2100 and a Pico Bluetooth card.
> Any ideas?
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