LZ: Re: A few questions, a few comments, blahblah.
The RAM extender was first intended as storage, but once I intervened :)
we're all pretty sure the RAM extender can be used as accessible memory.
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: Subject: LZ: A few questions, a few comments, blahblah.
: Date: October 8, 1996 6:51 PM
: Okie. A few questions first:
: The temp-sensor. I see the designs. Neato. I see the basic idea
: of commincating with the I2C circuits in general. Skippy. But where's the
: software? or is the point to code your own? I just can't seem to find
: Possible pipe dream: Saw something on TV about some company or
: another giving away a free hand-held gps with a couple models of 4-wheel
: off road'ers. So the question. Would it be feasable to do GPS with the
: calc? Or is it a tight enough commercial concept, where the signal and
: the protocol are secret?
: Question: Are any of the various memory expansion (oh, terribly
: sorry EXTENTION.. or whatever) going to be file-storage, or accessable
: memory? AKA can I run a program directly off of it, or will it be copy to
: main memory, then run ?
: Question: To the fellow who mentioned the 1-chip 300 baud modem,
: I have my "free sample" ont he way also to play about with, but do you
: know off hand if it also generates the dtmf tones, and all? I'm still
: blown away byt he idea of a 1 chip modem, 300 baud or no.
: Comment: About the ZSHELL 4.5 stuff, "when it out?" questions:
: I'd just like to say, I'm eagerly waiting, but can understand having a
: life outside of a hobby, no matter how hard-core the hobby is. Gotta say
: to all the people who are/were involved in ZSHELL's devolpment, you guys
: are utterly briliant. You really and truly are. This is a fabulous piece
: of software, you took a very useful calculator and turned it into an
: invaluable hand-held computer. Thanks alot for letting me get my moneys
: worth and FAR more!
: Thanks for your time.