Well, this is pretty cool. I see you guys are using DT Research Webpads to do cool stuff! Excellent!
So anyway, point of me joining - to add a name to the list: DT300. This was a prototype unit. It contained a Geode (266MHz, can't remember exact model) and had soldered RAM (I think it was 256MB, I don't remember exactly), was pretty much the same size as the Dt325 (which was the production model.) It had a weird RANGELAN wireless card on a mini ISA bus (ISA I kid you knw - try finding any cards for that spec, like, anywhere!!) The device had a single internal CF card slot - you needed to dismantle the entire device to get to it!!! The Wireless was pre standards, and was incompatible with any modern standards (not even 802.11A.)
So, here's the slightly cool part - it didn't run Windows CE... it ran... BeIA!! For those that don't know, BeIA was the Internet Appliance version of the BeOS. It booted to a web based interface, but with a little hacking it would boot to a full BeOS style desktop. Lot's of cool stuff was possible. I used to own one that was a former QBit branded sample unit. The motherboard was jumpered like crazy with wires to work around engineering issues. It was pre production, the battery was pretty much dead. I needed some money, so I sold it. With I still had it!!
So, I have the tools to build the images for the CF card - if anyone wants to try it on a DT325 or possibly DT310 (I guess) they might work. I doubt Wireless will, but it's still cool to mess about with.
This Wiki lists the Dt300 and 325 as being compatible devices:http://wiki.bebits.com/page/BeIASupportedHardware
Big long discussion about BeIA and the Dt300 back from when I was an owner:http://forums.begroovy.com/index.php?topic=4384.0
What is BeIA:http://web.archive.org/web/20010608092643/www.be.com/products/beiafaq.html