Just got my WebPals today (only 2, I'm not greedy)
This thing is relatively heavy! Built like a tank!!!
Took the thing apart, took a very quick look, before putting
it back together to try out.
Looks like the motherboard and modem card are connected to
a ISA backplane (I could be wrong). Maybe the Motherboard
can be plugged into a PC to be programmed?
Also right next to the floppy connector, J10 and J11 seems to be
solder holes for Serial Port Headers, and the SMC chip in the area
is a Multi-IO chip, maybe just the header is not soldered on,
and the board does not look like it is missing any SMT resistors.
The smart card reader (writer ?), might be interesting to mess around with.
Also the keyboard is maybe by Sejin, same as WebSurfer's
and Virgin's keyboard, but it is lacking the pointing device.
I tried using the WebSurfer and Virgin keyboard, no dice.
Opened up the WebPal Keyboard, no jumpers or dip switches to
change frequency or coding sequence. The Websurfer keyboard
seems to be missing the dip switches, so probably won't work
the WebPal. Virgin's keyboard has the dip switches in the
battery compartment, but as I tried to move it, one if the sliders
broke off, so I didn't bother going any further. Also the mouse
pad pointer thing on remote seems to work pretty well.