Re: [NTLK] Seeking 1 or 2MB Newton memory cards

From: Dan <>
Date: Sat Jul 22 2006 - 12:31:15 EDT

On 7/22/2006 2:11 AM, Jon Glass wrote:
> On 7/22/06, Dan <> wrote:
>> Well I did some looking and I found that the 1mb apple SRAM models DID
>> work all newtons (PN: H0028LL/A).
> Well, the only number I can find on my card is 649-0013-A which, I
> suspect, is a serial number. However, while looking for a number, I
> discovered a battery! So, this must be a SRAM card, and will most
> likely work. Since it was only a secondary backup for one of my 120s,
> I can let it go.
> So, Chris, write me off-list at my jonglass at mac dot com email
> address, with your mailing address, and I'll try to get it to you

Hmm yes that does sound like a serial number. Apple put the part
numbers on the edge of the cards, and I know that has wore off without a
trace on two of my Apple flash cards.

Yes if has a battery it is a SRAM, and any SRAM card will work in a
Newton (due to the fact they all use the same voltage). The Newt is
only picky about FLASH ram because of the varying voltages.


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