At 12:32 PM -0800 2004/02/06, Patrick Munson wrote:
I am sure Apple could devise a clever way such that a CF/PCMCIA GPS system would share the internal antenna used by the AirPort card, thus eliminating the extrusion found on all such cards but have provisions for an external antenna as well.
Talk about elegant, that would be elegant.
The fact that Apple does not do this tells me that even they think their own market is to small to bother.
Getting back to my original question, however...
Does anyone know of a CF/PCMCIA GPS system that does work on the Macintosh?
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