On 10/07/07, Brendan Kehoe <brendan at zen.org> wrote:
>> Ideas are stirring around in my head as I await the arrival of my
> Neo1973. One is the presence of the USB interface; what would it take
> to let it use a USB wireless adapter, thus making WiFi possible if not
> as elegant as on-chip?
I've been pondering that myself. The one problem is that the usb port is not
powered so my guess isa that the wifi addon would need its own power supply.
(BTW How did the RAID Card go?)
The same idea could be applied to the Bluetooth device (as O'Reilly's
> Wireless Hacks book suggests), but the bandwidth wouldn't seem to be
>> Particularly if the next step is to try to get the USB/Bluetooth
> connection take it down the path of VOIP...
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