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Varti
I think it would be a nice idea to share links of recently updated blogs/websites of people using their Zauruses, which we might stumble upon while searching for other stuff. I'll start with this blog:

https://jirkasnotes.wordpress.com/

A Zaurus SL-C760 used during train commutes:

https://jirkasnotes.wordpress.com/2016/03/2...stuff-in-train/

...though I guess he should install the >1GB SD patch and search for a more modern wifi solution smile.gif

Varthall
Varti
The english Sharp User Group have opened a new, modern site for the club:

http://sharpusersclub.org/

On their About page they mention support for older pre-Linux Zauruses (ZR-5700, ZR-5800 etc.):

http://sharpusersclub.org/about/

Varti
Varti
A video showcasing an impressive collection of UMPCs/PDAs (25!), including an SL-C1000, a Netwalker and a GPD Win, with a short review of each item:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KM26eayVTo

I wonder if all of them are in a working condition...

Varti
Varti
Updating this thread with some recent Zaurus posts I came across:

A japanese Akita user trying out Alarmz, seems he's having some problems in booting it, hopefully if he speaks English he'll come here and ask for help smile.gif
http://kkimi.hatenablog.com/entry/2017/06/09/005833
(translation: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=a...&edit-text= )

There are from time to time Z threads on Reddit...

https://www.reddit.com/r/retrobattlestation...zaurus_sl5500g/

... and on linuxquestions.org:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/li...nit-4175607057/

Varti
Varti
A new post on "Bachi's garage" blog, comparing various UMPCs with a physical keyboard, including an SL-C1000:

http://bach72.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-425.html
Translated: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=a...xt=&act=url

Varti
Varti
A small writeup on the history of the Zaurus SL-5500 on Planet Geek!:

http://planet-geek.com/2017/11/24/vintageh...5500-linux-pda/

Varti
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