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Mac tablets made by fans

Mac tablets made by fans

Macintosh makes a lot of wonderful pieces of technology, but they do not make a tablet. Pictured above is the Modbook, the closest you can currently get to a Mac tablet.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 02:19

UX50 long-life battery

The Sony PEG-UX50 was an impressive package when it was released in 2003. It had a 480×320 screen, keyboard, convertible screen, built-in camera, WiFi and Bluetooth.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 02:18

Install Debian on the Nokia N810

Install Debian on the Nokia N810

The Nokia N810 tablet is a great buy, especially for hackers. It already ships with a Linux-based operating system, called OS2008, which is based upon Maemo 4.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 02:12

Modding the Acer Aspire One with Bluetooth

[tnkgrl], a regular around here, is at it again. This time she has modded an Acer Aspire One subnotebook to have internal Bluetooth. She’s released part 1 of a multi part tutorial on beefing up the Aspire One.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 01:49

What to do with an old laptop?

What to do with an old laptop?

Back in November we asked what you would do with an old unused laptop. If you have an old laptop that’s not doing much more than gathering dust, chances are you could put it to better use.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 01:44

Acer Aspire One hard drive upgrade

As promised, [tnkgrl] has published part two of Acer Aspire One upgrade. In part one she added Bluetooth and more RAM. This time around she focuses on the storage.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 01:42

Adeona: An open source laptop tracking system

Adeona: An open source laptop tracking system

Adeona is an open source internet-based laptop tracking system that is free to use. It’s available for Linux, OSX, and Windows XP/Vista. After installation, Adeona will submit at random intervals, anonymously encrypted updates on the computer’s location to servers on the Internet, specifically to OpenDHT, a free storage service.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 01:39

Synaptics trackpad swap

Synaptics trackpad swap

Some people are really picky about their trackpads. [John] posted a guide on retrofitting a Synaptics pad in place of the newer, but less user friendly ALPS touchpad/stick combo used in the Dell Inspiron 8200.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 01:37

Hacking the OLPC now and the future

Hacking the OLPC now and the future

While we haven’t talked about the OLPC XO laptop much here, don’t think we haven’t had our eyes on its developments. Originally shipping last November, this unit captured the interest of many for its humanitarian goal, low cost, and potential hackability.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 01:37

Acer Aspire One hard drive upgrade

Acer Aspire One hard drive upgrade

As promised, [tnkgrl] has published part two of Acer Aspire One upgrade. In part one she added Bluetooth and more RAM. This time around she focuses on the storage.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.08.16 at 15:28


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