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21 Mar 2005
I found a intriguing device. It's a 40GB PD7X drive powered by 4 AA batteries for less than $200. It also has an 8-in-1 card reader than can handle CF type I, CF type II, SD cards plus 5 other formats. Here's the nasty long link with the best price (limited time only, of course).


Here's another link to the same devices (look at bottom of page and select items marked as 7200 RPM Compact Drives (20GB, 40GB, 60GB, and 80GB):


Some professional photographers gave feedback saying build quality could be better, but functionally it works great.

I was wondering if any Z users had experience with one of these. It would overcome the usb-power issues for spinning up since it is self-powered. Also, would movies be able to play "live" from this device or would there be speed issues?

Barb Fox
22 Feb 2005
I want to have a web server running on my SL-C3000 (for simple web page design with XHTML, CSS, & perl or php ...nothing fancy). I looked at the Zaurus index and it listed a few web servers, but nothing specific to the SL-C3000. There were 5 listed, but I tried to contact a couple of them and they seem to be abandoned or last updated in 2002. The servers were thttpd, Servertech, TJWS, Boa, and Tiny Java Web Server.

Anybody have a working Web Server? I am using the SHARP ROM.

Barbara Fox
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