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What do you guys think would be the easiest way of adding both 3g and gps functionalities internally?
I was thinking that adding an internal usb hub connected to the bluetooth connector or the unused pcie port’s usb datalines (if those are active), and then adding a small usb gps (like the Canmore one used in the dell mini hack) and a usb 3G modem in the free space where a minipcie 3G card would normally go.
I doubt it’d be easy to find a good power source to go with the pcie’s datalines, so I guess the bluetooth connector would be the way to go (and then reconnecting the bluetooth to the hub). There’d still be one port free for a readyboost hack or any other usb device.
This is all theoretical though, since I don’t have my nc10 yet so I have to go by the pictures I’ve seen.
It’s worth look at, I don’t know enough to attempt from scratch. There is enough space inside for a usb 3g modem but I’d worry about it picking up a signal.
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