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Subject: Re: memory upgrade adaptor PCB
From: Dirk A. Vahlsing (diava_at_web.de)
Date: 2003-02-19


> How do you plan to solder the bottom layer footprint to the Archos PCB?

See: http://home.t-online.de/home/320037865209-0001/8mbadapt/

> Could you explain how/why soldering a PCB to the Archos board would be
> easier/better than attaching the new memory chip straight to the Archos
> board?
> I'm guessing you're doing it in an attempt to remove the potential
> haystack of wires? But would the new PCB actually fit within the casing?

The potential haystack is what I don't like. The adaptor PCB would just be a smarter, mechanically more robust solution. And easier to apply than the bunch of wires, at least in my opinion...

Dirk

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