Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 14th Nov 2005 08:47 UTC
Multimedia, AV We were pleasantly surprised when we discovered (by snooping on its firmware files) that the Pontis MX2020 multimedia device that Geeks.com sent us for a review actually uses Linux (embedded distribution uCLinux, kernel 2.4.19). If it's video, audio, pictures, recording or even basic PDA functionality via its touch screen, the Pontis MX2020 can do it all. And for very cheap too.
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iUbi Firmware
by on Mon 21st Nov 2005 19:01 UTC

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One benefit of this firmware might be some more improvements, it looks like on the iUbi site they have done quite a bit more firmware releases than the one that Pontis did.

Did the harddrive upgrade work? Or was that someone else

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RE: iUbi Firmware
by guilani on Tue 22nd Nov 2005 20:04 in reply to "iUbi Firmware"
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2005-11-16

(this is from the original post-er of HD upgrade...)

No...I haven't tried it yet. These devices take the 1.8" hard drive, not the standard notbook drive of 9.5mm height. Higher capacity brand new 1.8" drives from Toshiba are in the range $100-160. I'll start looking for one on ebay...

TTFN

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