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8 Jan 2010
Well, I'm cleaning out the gadgetry and trying to get rid of some of the stuff that I just don't have time for anymore.
That being said, I've got one SL5500 and three SL5600 PDAs that need a new home. Of the SL5600s, there are two PXA255s and one PXA250. I picked these up from a bulk purchase, so they are all well used, but in working condition. They come with battery, but nothing else. I think I restored them to factory default a while back, but honestly I would recommend giving them a fresh start when you get them. Battery life is probably going to be weak, and it doesn't come with a stylus, but you can't beat free. All that I'm asking for is the cost of shipping. I would prefer to ship in the CONUS, but I don't mind shipping internationally if people are willing to pay for it.
3 Oct 2009
Well, I ponied up for the Netwalker, and I was just wondering who else here has done the same.
Is there any interest in the OESF community to support this device?
Ubuntu is on it natively, but who knows what else you folks could shove in the thing!
19 Aug 2009
I just received some used Zauri, one of which being an sl-5500. I have flashed them to Cacko before, but it appears that http://www.schwag.org/~crow/cacko/ is now down. I've looked all over and can't find the files anywhere. ZUG downloads are broken, the actual cacko site doesn't have the sl-5500 version, so it looks like the 5500 + cacko has suffered bit-rot. Anybody have a copy of the files?
11 Jul 2009
I'm cleaning out my apartment and some of the gadgetry must go.
I'm hoping someone will bite on this in the next few days, if not, they'll go to eBay.
1. SL-C3100 with accessories
- Planex GW-CF11X, CF wifi card, works with Cacko 1.23
- CaseLogic hard drive soft case, fits the Z perfectly with a pouch for the wifi card
- Sharp power adapter (US plug, 100-240V input, 5V 2A out)
The 3100 is in very nice shape. Comes with stylus, screen protector installed and no nasty scratches. This was my backup machine, so it didn't see any day to day use. I'm asking $250.
2. SL-5500 with accessories
- Symbol LA4137 CF wifi card, works with OZ 3.5.4
- Docking station
- Extra battery
- 1 GB SD card (has OZ on it right now)
- Sharp CE-AG06 CF camera (haven't tested this in OZ, but it worked with Sharp ROM)
The SL-5500 is working well, but is a little beat up. No screen cover (stick on or the plastic cover), but it does come with stylus and the IO port cover. I don't have a spare power supply for this, but any PSP power supply will work. Scratches and discoloration on the case, but nothing distracting. Looking to get $50, with the accessories it's probably worth more, and I'd probably list it for more on feebay.
3. IODATA CF-XGA card
This is basically the same as how I got it. I used it for a little bit but it did not work out for me (by no fault of it's own, it's fully working). Just wasn't performing for the application I wanted it for. You can see a pic of it here: http://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=26553 .
I paid $70, and that's what I'm asking for it. We'll call it 'borrowing from the collective'.
For all of these, I will ship worldwide. Buyer pays for shipping. I prefer shipping USPS, but will ship however the buyer prefers. Paypal is preferred.
You can reach me at gmail, same as my user name here.
2 Apr 2009
So I stumbled on this little device, and it looks very interesting. A wifi enabled Instant Messaging device. Supposedly there's a contract involved to use the service but I'm sure this can be avoided with custom software.
I admit I"m a little slow on the uptake, this has been out for a while now.
300Mhz Xscale processor
320x240 QVGA display
built in 802.11 b/g support
8mb boot RAM
Mini SD (SDHC) slot -up to 8GB capacity reported
all this at $49 bucks retail!
At this price I bought a couple of them and won't worry about them being lost / stolen / broken, etc. A disposable 'in my pocket' device. Unlike the Zaurus. It's like my baby.
I believe development for these is done in OE, so I figure there's gotta be some folks from the Angstrom boards that have tried this out. Anyone with recommendations? How capable is this device? I'm not looking for Zaurus killer, but being able to web browse / PIM / take notes / emulate NES would be pretty awesome.
With the platform similarities, it might even be capable to get a favorite like Cacko running on the thing!
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