Most of us know that the Tungsten T3 has a gtreen led at the top left corner. However, the Linux programmers now found out that the Tungsten T3 can also display red, as it is equipped with a multicolor LED(at least one seems to be).

filest The Tungsten T3 has a RED Led

Get the full scoop here:
http://hackndev.com/node/275
http://hackndev.com/node/276

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5 Responses to “The Tungsten T3 has a RED Led”

  1. In fact there are two leds, i.e. you can turn green, red or both. On the screenshot above both of the leds are on.

  2. Great!
    BTW, the idea is not new, after the first disassembled T3 it came out that it can light red too, but there is not software support for this feature…

  3. Hi,
    congrats to all of you!

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  4. > BTW, the idea is not new, after the first disassembled T3 it came out that it can light red too, but there is not software support for this feature…

    Yep, I know, but now you have software support in linux ;)

  5. I meant that “The Tungsten T3 has a RED Led” idea is not new :-) .

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