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Howard Roark
I am looking for a 'sled' ie battery pack/extra cf slot adapter for the Sl-6000L.
systemparadox
me too, but I want one in the UK, which is proving _very_ difficult. Not that I can even find anyone that will sell one at all. Please, if anyone knows a source for these, speak up.

Thanks
Simon
Mickeyl
Same here. I would want one, too.
guylhem
Guys,

I got one from amazon last summer. Try to have someone in the US act as a proxy.

Honnestly I recommand it. It may be bulky and heavy but now I never wonder whether I have enough power. That and the ruggerised appearance it gives to the Zaurus are cool, and now it finally holds in my labcoat pocket :-)

Guylhem
adf
I think amazon is out.

I checked a couple weeks ago and they could be supposedly be back ordered from sharp usa. and sometimes turn up in auctions and odd places. The prices tend to be outrageous (like nearly $200 us) though

I still think a better one could be made-- the problem is finding someone with the skill to make it look nice. Wouldn't you prefer a 20 gig or bigger hd to be on there? and a bigger battery? etc....

I assume you know about the psp powerbrick being z compatible?
guylhem
I know - I just want a all-in-one approach. You won't easily make a nice looking sled. $200 is expensive but IMHO it's worth it.
hbo
$199.00 US is the list price. Since they are no longer in production, I suspect the price will only go up from there.

Amazon is indeed out of stock. Froogle turns up a bunch of hits - on Amazon affiliates. 8(
systemparadox
QUOTE(Mickeyl @ Apr 22 2005, 09:35 PM)
Same here. I would want one, too.


Mickey, is that to help with developing OZ support? What is the OZ support like?

QUOTE(adf @ Apr 23 2005, 06:00 AM)
I still think a better one could be made-- the problem is finding someone with the skill to make it look nice. Wouldn't you prefer a 20 gig or bigger hd to be on there? and a bigger battery? etc....


Does anyone know anything about the pinouts for the connector, and possibly where to buy a corresponding one?

QUOTE(adf @ Apr 23 2005, 06:00 AM)
I assume you know about the psp powerbrick being z compatible?


It is!? Got any more info?

QUOTE(hbo @ Apr 26 2005, 12:37 AM)
$199.00 US is the list price. Since they are no longer in production, I suspect the price will only go up from there.


Meh... it was expensive enough before.

QUOTE(hbo @ Apr 26 2005, 12:37 AM)
Amazon is indeed out of stock. Froogle turns up a bunch of hits - on Amazon affiliates. 8(


Hmmm... I had that when I was trying to get hold of a 6000. _VERY_ annoying.
scheck.r
Sleds are still available from Trisoft at 243euros
SL-6000 sled

Bye

Romain
Howard Roark
Ouch!!!

Guess everyone in europe is rich! ohmy.gif
ken
Sharp hasn't discontinued this product. I spoke with a rep and he said it was supposed to arrive on 4/12/05, but that the shipment didn't make it. No ETA yet.
Mickeyl
QUOTE(scheck.r @ Apr 26 2005, 02:38 PM)
Sleds are still available from Trisoft at 243euros
SL-6000 sled

Bye

Romain
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No go. I've asked them weeks ago, they're sold out.
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