ha ha ha Good joke, but you could do that using a bluetooth connection from your computer to the NXT. and no I haven’t tried that.
This may be a slightly unintellegent question, but does that actually have a pentium D in it? If so, I really need to get off my butt and buy one…
no it doesnt have a pentium d, However this NXT is a great upgrade from the rcx, this kit can do things you could never have imagined with the rcx
Thank you, and i have played extensively with the NXT, you can use bluetooth, however it is very slow in response and lags a lot if you use direct bluetooth control
I love doing things like that. It reminds me of my scientific calculator with a Pentium 4 sticker on it.
I have talked about my experiences with the NXT at http://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?p=512729#post512729
I loved playing with it!!! Great piece of equipment for kids. . . Huge improvement over the RCX.