I picked one up for 10 baht. Wow! (no pun intended) this is a giant mouse, and used to cost $99 back in the day.
After some serious fiddling with the buttons, they all work (initially buttons 6 and 7 didn’t), having confirmed using the Windows app, on Windows 10. The OS X application didn’t work on 10.13.6 (High Sierra).
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Some really rough notes on the Jetson Nano, including specifications.
The Jetson Nano is a System on a Module (SOM) combined with a carrier board. There are two versions: 2GB and 4 GB. There are two varieties of the 4GB dev kit carrier board: A02 and B01
For more information, see Swapping the dev boards below.
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An old Pentium M 1.73 GHz Laptop, for 500 baht. 500 MB of RAM, 60 GB hard disk.
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I bought some dodgy ropey cartridges in Talat Din Daeng for 10 baht each…
All four modules:
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Multiple monitors, shouldn’t be that difficult to achieve. After all, the 2008-2011 MBP has a mini display port and display port is meant to be able to daisy chain devices. However, apparently with Apple, you must have a non-graphics device between two monitors in the chain (this post) or both monitors at the end of the chain (this post).
So maybe there is another solution…
Continue reading Multiple external monitors on a MacBook Pro (2007 – 2011)
A friend was given one. The screen was shot, but repaired using the old silver foil technique. However, the meter refused to give any readings.
It is difficult to find the User guide (in English). It seems to be a Spanish device… even though it is made in China.
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Old media, old Macs, and old PCs… how to get them talking
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