Okay i've got this new G5 and i'm just itching to do SOMTHING to it. i've have a few ideas floating in my head, but one that is, as they say in Maine, "wicked cool"
there is a little space above the optical drive for airflow to the HDDs. My plans are to put a 4gig 4200rpm laptop HDD up there for use as a swapfile disk. i've already modded an IDE cable for the activity lights (3 green LEDs.)
Here's the epiphany i had: why not put a keyspan Digital Media Remote in there too? i would take it out of its case to minimize air restiction. but i would like to keep it all internalized.
This brings me to my question... does the internal bluetooth module run on an internal USB bus? or is it something apple proprietary? i don't have bluetooth, and don't foresee ever using it on my tower.
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