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11 Oct 2004
I'd like to run both MAME and NES emulators on my C860 running the latest Cacko. Will both of these work with my current setup? In this thread I'd like to compile a list of current emulators and which ROMs are supported, with some feedback on performance for each.

27 Sep 2004
Looks like this is basically another Muvo2 deal except its a newer and larger drive. I would assume this works with the Z?

I'm a little confused as to why they would release the product the same way the Muvo2 was, basically with a removable reusable microdrive that retails by itself for much more. Of course we all know that Creative quickly crippled the drive in the next version of the product, why would Rio make the same "mistake"? Is it likely they will end up crippling the drive in the near future?

Also, does anyone know how the Seagate performs against the Hitachi?

-Awaiting delivery of new C860 from pricejapan.com =)
-ROM ???
-1GB Kingston SD
-512MB High Speed Kingston CF
-Socket BT
-To be paired with Sony T608 BT phone
22 Sep 2004

Didn't look into the shipping charges but that seems reasonable considering you can't find em anywhere else, and I believe these guys are pretty reputable. Only thing is they say it will take a couple weeks to get to you probably because they go through Amazon JP?

I am considering buying a brand new C860 from them for only $530 shipped which seems like a great deal. The 6000W is extremely tempting tho!
21 Sep 2004
does the Zaurus kernel support USB ACM devices? i'm reading a page that describes how to enable this in the standard Linux kernel to be able to connect to a cell phone for dialup via USB connection. i'm guessing this would only apply to the 6000 model which has USB hosting capability.

here is the article:


20 Sep 2004
Is this possible? I currently connect my WinXP laptop to my Vision phone via a USB cable and get internet access, and I would think that since the 6000 has USB host capability it should be able to do the same with the proper driver. Any info on this?

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