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speculatrix
has anyone any photos of the device dismantled?

it'd be interesting to see if theres' scope for replacing the wifi module with an a/b/g/n, and what's soldered in and what's upgradeable!
speculatrix
thanks for that. I can't see the wireless being a module at all, so I guess it's soldered in?

do you know what chipset it is, so I can guess whether it supports host mode or not?
speculatrix
the alcor au9410 is a keyboard controller and multimedia IC:
http://www.chipdocs.com/datasheets/datashe...orp/AU9410.html
merlin1
QUOTE(speculatrix @ Jan 2 2010, 04:16 PM) *
thanks for that. I can't see the wireless being a module at all, so I guess it's soldered in?

do you know what chipset it is, so I can guess whether it supports host mode or not?

This driver is used, so I think the chipset is a Renesas KeyStream KS7010.

More links dealing with it:
http://www.keystream.co.jp/en/products/ks7010.php
http://wiki.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Renesas_K...river_for_Linux
http://www.mccweb.com/service100.html
http://www.spectec.com.tw/sdw823.htm
http://www.spectec.com.tw/sdw821.htm
pdahero
I'd be interested in opening it, just to be able to replace the battery. I don't like how it's non-user-replaceable sad.gif
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