Thursday, October 16, 2008

Surfing with Aigo P8860 MID


Surf is up.. with Firefox 3 on it..

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Yep, it needed some hacking....

More about that soon..

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19 comments:

jtj said...

Looks funny that device, good surfing for mobile use. I always compare with my Nokia 9300, but mine is not so fast ;-)

Carsten said...

You can get more options for firefox fullscreen behavior with this nice plugin:

http://www.krickelkrackel.de/autohide/autohide.htm

regards
Carsten

mikey said...

lets see an internal modem mod on this one as its pretty pointless without one (IMO)

JKK said...

yep

Anonymous said...

Where is the XP??? ^-^

Anonymous said...

Lacks 16/32 GB fast SSD,XP and extended battery.The Gigabyte looks better btw.

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turnselfoff said...

smooth indeed.

still, whats the battery life on it? can you say put it in your pocket and expect it to survive on standby for a whole day?

Anonymous said...

May be the Compal JAX10 (Aigo and Gigabyte are same base) have all option ?

Dynamo

JKK said...

active use time looking around 3 to 4 hours..

standby drain looks same as fujitsu: 15% in 10 hours.

I havent yet done a real battery test as its still running linux..

Anonymous said...

few questions:

1. news on XP drivers?
2. news on extended (high capacity) BATT?

thanksalot!!

James Wong said...

Hiya, I have some problem going on to website with my aigop8860.
You've been recommended by someone on the net, I hope you can give me some advice.
Did you try accessing your wifi with WEP? I seem having this problem connecting the wifi with WEP, it keep saying DHCP timeout. Wifi with no encryption runs okay, do you have the same problem as I do? so_free@hotmail.com
I look forward to your reply, thank you!

turnselfoff said...

interesting, those battery figures seems comparable to what i see on my N800. now if people can quickly port efforts done there, to these devices, nokia may really need to get cortex going to have any chance on a market they kinda pioneered...

Mike Cane said...

Well see, apparently you must have mentioned some of *why* you ditched the native browser and went with Fox -- in that LIVE TALK that I missed (why isn't Chippy tweeting them anymore?).

You should do a TEXT post about the why. Also what you did to get Fox in that beast. Looks good, I have to say.

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Anonymous said...

what is this device classified as?

Repolho said...

Hi, which driver did you install in your Aigo MID? I've tried to install one from midwiki but it didn't work.

Could you help me in this?

lerondon@gmail.com

Repolho said...

I mean wireless driver...

Rahul Balana said...

Please review the Grab and Drag Extension for Firefox.

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