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You can have a look at the inside of the netbook here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/22046787@N03/2998859989/
I understand there are a few potential points of upgrade.
When i opened the case i did wonder if i could upgrades the speakers as they looked like 2 little blobs of oval bluetak
i know its sad but i am looking at trying to fit blue leds inside the case by the openings to vreate a sad but funky blur aura around it
lol it is sad! But you have to tell us your thoughts on it anyway ;)!
I think case modification is well outside my capability but its cool to see some of the awesome things other people do with their machines!
from the looks of that pic there are solder points for a second mini pci-e slot…
that could be awesome…
not sure what other mpci-e device you could add though…
Just below the solder points, it says HSDPA, that would be used for 3g mobile broadband then i guess.
Interesting stuff. Last time I modded anything I killed an EEE PC 900 🙂
If someone manages to swap out the HDD for a SSD and add HSDPA I’d consider getting the soldering iron out.
i do wander that even with a soldering iron out that the bios of the current model wont recognise the 3g card. it may be a case that once hte samsung 3g model is out that the firmware could be ported
why wouldn’t it recognise the card exactly?
i’ve seen people do this on regular pc motherboards and have no problems. if the copper tracks are ther eon the board then the machine will recognise devices if you add the correct connections to the solder tags.
all you would need is the connector and the drivers for the card you installed.
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