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Amstrad NC100

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Shane Kirkman, Aug 31, 2003.

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  1. I was given a Amstrad NC100 notepad computer.
    Is there any use in electronics for one, as a PIC controller or some sort of
    interface or parts even.

    Shane.
     
  2. is a place to ask about those. I got one and
    followed the group for a little while but not lately, too many 'What is the
    best amstrad game of all time' type threads going on and on... There is a
    web site dealing with NC100 though, lots of good info but it seems down now
    that I check (www.ncus.org.uk) but there are others, like the first one on
    the list http://www.google.com/search?q=amstrad+nc100
    As for electronics, its got serial and parallel ports... Anything you can do
    with those you can do on NC100, I guess, with enough work. Also PCMCIA slot,
    mainly used for memory cards, There is CP/M port on the net. The cards I
    really expensive though I think... Don't know what else you could do with
    PCMCIA thats straightforward... You could be the only person who has a wi-fi
    NC100 if you manage to connect a wi-fi pcmcia adapter to nc100 and write the
    drivers :)
     
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