Afraid not. Your only option (unless you want to grab a USB ore regular serial modem to use if in a bind) would be to use the Keyspan USB-based device. It will work for the Newten app, anyway, it seems. I needed AppleTalk, so I had to go Stealth Serial Port.Originally posted by Hemingray
It's so tempting, but I'm not sure if I want to sacrifice my modem! On some occassions my DSL has been down and I like being able to fall back on the modem... there's no way I could create some kind of extension and a/b switch and attach the port down in one of my PCI slots?
(I have no idea what that would entail even if it was possible. )
Unless you were lucky like me and got one for $105.Originally posted by blakespot
Good to great quality MessagePad 2100's usually go for more than $175 on eBay, MacAztec.
My Newton has been in use for years... of course I have no shortage of serial ports though.Nonsanity said:If anyone else has dredged one of these back into use in this modern era of OS X and no serial ports, I'd love to hear from you!
The only app I sync is Address Book, but I think you can sync iCal too (I don't use iCal though).jamesW135 said:Whoa that's cool. What can you sync it with. Programs? Which ones?