try 273-1668, that might work
what about adding drives to it?
I tough I had a 24V PSU somewhere, but it was a 36V one...
I guess I'll get a 12V-24V converter somewhere before playing with it?
if anyone have ideas...... that would be welcomed.
anyway, the puter is on the way, I still have a few days to find the power supply before I have it.
You can add either a cd-rom, or dvd-rom through the usb connection on the bottom of the unit. You can also expand the hard drive since its a normal laptop drive. Do a search on Ebay for "universal laptop power" that should bring something up. Heres one for example for 33.00 (usd) http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=31516
I think I have one just like that - I got it for my lappy... not sure it goes all the way up to 24V, but it might be a good start.
thanks for the tip.
will keep you inform when I get the unit at my place!
what about this for in car use.
Input: DC 11-14 volts
Output: * DC 15/16/18/19/20V 3.5A max. * DC 22/24V 2.9A 70W.
Fuse for overload protection: 10 AMP
im guessing the 11-14 volts input is probably too short of a range but im new to this.
so is the usb port 2.0?
That should work, good find! Only $22.00! Yes, the usb is standard 2.0.
okay so i have hacked the unit apart, just to see what was what in there. Looks like anything i want to add to the machine will have to be either usb or pcmcia, which i guess it okay.
The "line in" goes from the massive pin connector to the headphone jack on the side. I don't see how any sound actually gets to the computer. What am i not seeing?
and how where can i get drivers for the hardware?