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Newton 2000 need to connect to my Mac


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Does anyone know how I can connect my Newton 2000 to my Mac? Is there anyone offering software/hardware commercially for this? thanks in advance. Lou
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There are plenty of discussions in the Apple forum regarding syncing the Newton with a Mac and\or transferring data. Here's one:

Apple - Support - Discussions - Sync My Newton Message Pad 2000 and my ...

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I can't list all the links, but if you Google it, TONS of useful results come up.


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