[NTLK] Need 2100 Interconnect Dongle

Greg Friesz gfriesz at mac.com
Mon Aug 25 17:52:34 EDT 2014


Herman - thanks; newtonsales.com was the only place online I've been able to find one, and it's $85 shipped.  I enjoy tinkering with the Messagepads I have, but that seems really steep...even if they are the only ones that have them. 
 
Has anyone installed newtonsales' USB board that routes the interconnect to USB?  Is there any soldering involved?

On Aug 25, 2014, at 12:11 PM, Herman Paassen <paassen at me.com> wrote:

Try http://newtonsales.com/newt.htm
for $ 69,-
I only managed to get 2 by buying them included 2 MP2000's, so this is much cheaper ;)

Btw, you also need a serial usb connector when using an usb port on your computer. At Newton Sales they also offer this ... 

- Herman Paassen

Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPhone

        > Op 25 aug. 2014 om 18:08 heeft Greg Friesz <gfriesz at mac.com  > het volgende geschreven:
        > 
        > Hi everyone – I have had a 130 for about 10 years, a 110 for about two years (untouched in original box!)…but I finally was able to get a 2100 in great condition without breaking the bank. As much as I was familiar with my other two Newtons, I am embarrassed to say that I was completely unaware that the 2100 had a different connectivity method – the Interconnect port. 
        > 
        > I have been checking eBay near-daily for weeks but have yet to see even one listed. There is a company online that charges $85 for them…does anyone have any advice on where I might could find one without paying so much? Thanks for any help – really glad to have found this list!
        > Greg
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