[rescue] PB 1400s
shawn at synack-hosting.com
Wed Jan 26 17:49:31 CST 2005
The Dell TrueMobile 1150 is a Orinoco Silver. I bought one for $35.
On 26-Jan-05, at 3:32 PM, Geoffrey S. Mendelson wrote:
> Just as a note, there were lots of variations of the pb1400.
> There were two display options, the 1400cs with a pasive matrix color
> and the 1400c with a TFT screen. The TFT screen looks better and
> faster, but uses more battery power.
> There were 4 CPU options:
> 1. 117 mHz no cache (slow..........)
> 2. 133 mHz with cache (alost twice a fast as #1)
> 3. 166mHz with cache
> 4. 233mHz G3 with cache (3rd party)
> I have a 1400cs with the 117 (and a bad memory chip won't go beyond
> a 133 1400cs with 48m ram and a 233 G3 1400c with 64m ram. The G3 is a
> spead demon, but a fully charged battery only lasts 45 minutes,
> to 2 hours on the 133 cs.
> Both run OS 9.1.5 pretty well.
> Tip: Airport base stations contain a Wifi card that works fine on the
> If you can find a broken one, it may just have a working card. :-)
> Odd comment: My 9 year old son has the 133 1400cs and an iMac running
> Os X. He can't decide which user interface he likes better, they seem
> pretty close to him.
> Begging: If anyone has 1400 parts or dead airport base stations, or
> silver or equivalent wifi cards and is not in a hurry to get paid,
> send them to Sambo (Sammy Ominsky) and he'll send them to me. In a few
> when I have money, I'll send you something for them.
> Geoffrey S. Mendelson, Jerusalem, Israel gsm at mendelson.com N3OWJ/4X1GM
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> I may be an old fart, but I'm a high-tech, up to date old fart. :-)
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