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    questions!

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    Noop Australia Mate.

    how long have you had it for? how is the screen in sunlight?
    any big shortcomings? dissapointments?, would you buy it again?
    how many USB devices can you plug in? do they all share the same usb host?

    Thanks!

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    In another thread, Red mentions that it's not a transflective screen. I would imagine it's probably on par with the quality of the Lilli's and the Xenarc's that aren't transflective, but I don't own one yet, so I could be off.
    It has two USB ports on the back and one on the front. I think they all share the same host as I'm not aware of any micro or nano ITX board that supports otherwise.

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    Can you guys tell what the connector type is for the GPS connection on the back? SMA or SMB I would assume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by voidunknown View Post
    What is the warranty period on the G4?

    Is the GPS receiver SirfStarIII?
    These questions never got answered.

    Also, does the G4 come with Wifi built in? I didnt see it noted anywhere, but I wanted to make sure I got something if not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by voidunknown View Post
    These questions never got answered.

    Also, does the G4 come with Wifi built in? I didnt see it noted anywhere, but I wanted to make sure I got something if not.
    Yes is Sirf 3, no wifi is not built in, there will be a USB WiFi adapter option that will be plug and play with no need for drivers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nola111 View Post
    Can you guys tell what the connector type is for the GPS connection on the back? SMA or SMB I would assume?
    I dont know what it is, its not SMA or SMB though, its very tiny.
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    Ok, what about the warranty?

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    Chuck stated earlier in the thread that he thought it would be like the T3, which was a year.

    However, it should be stated in the details once it's added to the store.
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    Thanks. I must have missed that post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by god_of_cpu View Post

    I dont know what it is, its not SMA or SMB though, its very tiny.
    SMB is very tiny and a commonly used connector for GPS antennas... are you sure it's not that? SMB is the connector used on the XM PCR for the antenna. It's smaller than that?

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    SMB is just tiny, MMCX is very tiny

    It's probably MCX, this is often used for GPS antenna's

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