I have the following for sale if anyone is interested. I can bring them along to the next meeting.
HP 510 laptop. Spec is as follows:
Intel Pentium M (780 - 2.2GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 2M cache)
Mobile Intel 915GM Express Chipset
Intel GMA900 graphics
Hitachi Travelstar SATA 60GB HDD (7200 rpm)
Intel PRO/Wireless 2200 BG (Calexico2)
Sony Vaio W Series netbook (VPCM11M1E/B). Spec is as follows:
Intel Atom (N450 - 1.66GHz, 512 L2 cache)
Intel NM10 Express Chipset
Intel GMA3150 graphics
250GB SATA HDD (5400 rpm)
Ralink RT3090PCIe BGN
Sent from my Nokia N900 using Nokia Messaging.
For anyone who wants to make the journey to see what can be done,
in empty shop buildings, we're having a Potteries hackspace meeting
on Thursday 22 July, (7pm) at SHOP - the art space in the emptyshop
project in Stoke:
116 Church Street, Stoke Town, Stoke on Trent, ST4 1BU.
Gemma Thomas of SHOP will be giving an outline of the SHOP project.
Please forward to groups in W Midlands & others nearby.
I was just wondering if anyone knew much about this subject as Google
is showing me forum posts that haven't been updated since 2006.
Say I have multiple devices in my home that use a SIM to provide for
example,PDA, Car phone, 3G Door Bell... I don't want to pay a contract
for each one and would like to avoid PAYG due to having to top them up
seperately etc (and having to remember to do so).
Basically, I'd like to take out a cheap £20 contract which offers
unlimited texts.. and then put a SIM card in each device which
corresponds to this one account. I've heard about Orange Single Number
and Vodafone MultiSIM - but they are either costly or only available
I would have thought it was possible to simply duplicate/clone a SIM?
And surely if it's my own SIM it isn't illegal? (Unless of course the
SIM remains the property of the network operator - I'm not sure if
that's how they work these days).
So yeah, any info on this would be great!