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Thread: PDA and HD solution to play mp3s

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    PDA and HD solution to play mp3s

    I had the idea to connect an inexpensive mini main board with a pentium Cpu , 16 or 32 of memory and a big HD well protected , to the PDA , this could be kept in a little box and portatil too , cos most of the mini main boards hands 12 voltz
    I think this would be better than add an expensive kangurodisk that I dunno if itīs compatible with windows CE and could be carried more less in the same size tell me your opinions plz and anyone interested to make a project send me a email to:
    cdscopia@hotmail.com
    .. Thank you

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    I know such software exists for the palmOS, but no one to my knowledge has ported or written such software for windows CE. I wish someone would look into doing this as I also have a Casio E105 and would love to use it as a touchscreen, frontend control panel similar to palmamp!

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    There is an MP3 player for windows ce. Check it out at www.utopiasoft.com
    KG6OQD
    www.americansandassociation.org

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    But then you are limited to the amount of storage in the device itself. That is what we are trying to get around. Also the mp3 playback on the device is okay, but doesn't come close to the quality of a desktop soundcard.

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