I wonder if anyone on this board has one of these and can speak from first hand experience?
I emailed them about compatibility and here's the response. Doesn't sound like they've much experience with the zaurus, or maybe it was just this tech-support guy.. Isn't SDIO support a kernel issue?
The way I understand is that Sharp only support the SDIO socket driver
for limited devices only.
In order for the SDIO applications (WLAN, Radio, GPS ---etc) to work on
a system, the system must support the SD slot driver (in the SDIO way).
That can be different from device to device (like Palm) and time
consuming for the device vendor. So, they limited that effort to a
In the Windows based PDAs, the company called BSquare developed a
unified SDIO host driver which applies all Windows based PDAs. That is
why our card (or any SDIO cards) works for any PDAs.
That is difference.
From: Jerry Burgess [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 7:14 PM
To: Hiroshi Ide
Subject: RE: Compatibility with Zaurus PDA
Thank you for your quick reply. I'm curious as to why
it doesn't work in the 750 if it does in the 760? I
thought the 750 & 760 are very similar except for
additional memory in the 760. Is it a kernel issue?.
Additionally does it work with non-Sharp-based ROMs,
i.e. Cacko 1.22?
--- Hiroshi Ide <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Jerry:
> Thank you very much for your interest in our
> Our card works for SL-C860 and SL-C760 models.
> I am afraid our card does not work for your model.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jerry Burgess [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 5:37 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Compatibility with Zaurus PDA
> Does your SD-Link11b work with the CL-750 Zaurus?
> Jerry Burgess