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[aprssig] OLPC $199 laptop again

Ben Lindner vk5jfk at activ8.net.au
Sun Nov 16 20:19:31 UTC 2008


>Somthing like the Acer Aspire One is a no brainer at $380!

I just bought the above and love it. Any suggestions on a good USB GPS.

I suppose I could use bluetooth dongle with a bluetooth GPS. Has anyone 
tried this combo

73s
Ben
VK5JFK

Jason Rausch wrote:
>> The rubber 'keys' like to squish to the side and don't give good 
>> feedback.
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> This is my biggest gripe with the Panasonic toughbooks we use in police cars.  The keyboard is a rubber membrane type and there is no tactile feel when you press it.  The keys are incredibly sensitive, a simple touch of the key will result as a keypress, but I like having that tactile feel, to know that I actually pressed it
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>> Not when regular netbooks are heading into the same price range. 
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> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834115519
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> A ham buddy of mine bought one and he loves it.  Small, runs windows and perfect for a portable APRS setup.
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> Jason KE4NYV
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