This is just shy of being unused, because I wrecked the audio jack.
Not in stock at dx.com, but perhaps try one of:
A very high quality and easy-to-use dictaphone / mp3 player / usb stick.
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For extremely cheap telephone service using VoIP, I have this device. Instead of having my computer on all the time, I have this box hooked up to my network. I then have a regular telephone plugged into it. Once configured, everything is magic.
A basic dictaphone and mp3 player.
It records with horrible static with both its in-built and provided microphone, but its mp3 playback is spectacular. Its utterly shit mp3 interface, slow song switching and no shuffle make it basically useless as a player.
I bought this lower-sized version because it mentioned having a lithium battery. It does not, which pisses me off to no end.
While this works, it is definitely not recommended. Buy something else, even if it costs more.
A simple adapter to get SD cards working in a CF (CompactFlash) reader.
Does the job!
The batteries on my Zaurus SL-C1000 failed to work, so I did some looking around and found a solution.
My battery could charge and would boot up my device. While it showed as fully charged it would "drain" extremely quickly.
Following these instructions I was able to completely resurrect one battery, but a second one did not work. That second battery had a bit of a bulge, so I'm guessing it went completely bad.
With great thanks to SWilliams: https://youtu.be/CCQU8eW3TGk
These are in-ear headphones. While spectacular, they are no longer available.
Computers > Portable computing + Gaming >
This is a broad topic.
Any portable computer can be used to play at least some games.
I grew sick and tired of how loud computers had been getting, ever since CDROMs and CPU fans, faster HDDs and fan-requiring Graphics Acceleration.
See also Portable computing