|OK, I have two ideas to share with you. The first is about battery power. Its kinda bulky, but I have this thing called a pocket generator, which is a small 12v battery with a small 50 watt power inverter attached to it. Its about a 6" cube, but I can plug the webplayer directly into it and it will run for about 2 hours on a full charge. I think it cost me like $40. My other idea has to do with the intel anypoint usb wireless adapter. First I'd like to say that it works great with the webplayer! It is much cheaper than any 802.11b things, although it is slower. It works great with an internet connection and mp3's though. Today I was bored, so I poped it open. Inside is just a small PCB with a few things soldered on. My idea is that you could take out just the PCB inside, and install it into the webplayer's case. Then to plug it in, you could either run the cord out the back and plug into the usb port, or maybe if you are better with a soldering iron than I am, you could solder it to the usb ports on the inside, leaving more open ones in back.|
You think it would work?