The websurfer has one serial port and another one can be added with a little soldering. And yes there is a fair amount of room to add other stuff. The DOC can be worked on with utilities from Sandisk's website.
RE:Can 2 Seriel Ports Be Added to WS? (modified 0 times)
I've added the second serial chip and the header from my WS-MOD kit and all seems well. I am a bit confused about the extra surface mount chips that were included. The kit came with 6 resistor packs, a strip of two resistors, a single resisitor, and a strip of 8 chips. I know the resistor packs and the strip of two are for the IDE header and the single resistor is for the IDE LED. Are these extra 8 chips soldered to the 8 solder pads surrounding the serial header? I know that they are not "Required", but I might as well use them and at some point I might need to make a long serial cable run. I'd just like confirmation on the other strip of 8 chips. Thanks!
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