Eee PC hacked for internal 3G HSDPA

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Donald Melanson
December 28th, 2007
In this article: 3g, asus, eee pc, eee pc hack, EeePc, EeePcHack, hack, hsdpa
Eee PC hacked for internal 3G HSDPA
This one's definitely not for anyone concerned with warranties and whatnot, but those looking to expand their Eee PC's wireless capabilities without resorting any unsightly adapters may want to check out the latest how-to from jkmobile, which gives you the rundown on adding internal 3G HSDPA to the diminutive laptop. That, as you might have guessed, involves a fair bit of slicing and soldering, not to mention disassembling a standard 3G HSDPA modem (a ZadaCOM 3G+ HSDPA, in this case). The process is apparently further eased if you have just the right Eee PC model, as the 8G's 8GB SSD drive takes up too much room, and the earlier 4G models require some additional cutting to squeeze the modem in. Hit up the read link below for pics of the whole process and a video of the hack in action.

[Thanks, C.K. Sample]
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