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1999\09\21@113752 by Glen G. Shepley

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hi & thanks for your time,
whats palm pilot ?
thanks glen

Russell McMahon wrote:

> >        Does anyone have a project involving PIC and Palm Pilot ? I am
> looking for
> >the palm pilot connection configuration (pin and function on docking
> station)
>

1999\09\22@011441 by Mark Willis

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3Com makes the Palm Pilot, it's a handheld PDA (Personal Digital
Assistant), quite a handy little gadget.  Lets you run your schedule,
do-list, phone book, etc. all on a little tablet that you'd think could
not do all that.  I had one for a while, really liked it, needed more
storage space so returned it.

Russell, btw, seems to me that there's some Linux port to the PPilot;
Those guys might have figured that connector out for you, if you're
lucky?

 Mark

Glen wrote:
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1999\09\22@072339 by Max Toole

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In a message dated 9/22/99 1:15:20 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
spam_OUTmwillisTakeThisOuTspamFOXINTERNET.NET writes:

> 3Com makes the Palm Pilot, it's a handheld PDA (Personal Digital
>  Assistant), quite a handy little gadget.  Lets you run your schedule,
>  do-list, phone book, etc. all on a little tablet that you'd think could
>  not do all that.  I had one for a while, really liked it, needed more
>  storage space so returned it.
>
>  Russell, btw, seems to me that there's some Linux port to the PPilot;
>  Those guys might have figured that connector out for you, if you're
>  lucky?
>
>    Mark
Hi Mark,
What did you find, if anything, that has more storage?  I am considering
buying a Palm Pilot.

Thanks for any info/advice you can offer,

Max

1999\09\22@080224 by Andres Tarzia

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Max,
Look for the Handspring Visor. It's faster and more expandable than almost
anything else made today.
http://www.handspring.com
Regards,
Andres Tarzia
Technology Consultant, SMART S.A.
e-mail: .....atarziaKILLspamspam@spam@smart.com.ar

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1999\09\23@042844 by Mark Willis

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Max Toole wrote:
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I have an IBM PC110 that I use a lot, and an HP200LX that I use as much.

Phone List, Schedule, Dolist, Checkbook balance, etc. go on the HP.  (Or
are migrating there, anyways.)  I have a 16Mb Compact Flash card in a CF
to PCMCIA adapter in it (sometimes a 4Mb SRAM card instead), in there
for extra storage.  One guy's figured out how to do a 96Mb RAM memory
upgrade for the 200LX family.  (Wish that was there 10 years ago!)  No
backlight on the screen, but works wonderfully in direct sunlight;  I
have NiCad batt's in mine, runs a number of days between charges, even
with multiple alarms a day.  I like it better than the Omnigo 100 I'd
had before.

Computer hardware databases, Doom, compilers, CAD packages, etc. go on
the PC110 (Even though it's display's just 4.7" diagonal or so, you can
use a CAD package, and do some serious work while riding the bus or
whatever;  Wouldn't recommend while driving, of course!  Hard to see
that DSTN screen in direct sunlight, of course...)  Eagle will run on
the PC110, but lack of a mouse makes it hard to use, unless you have the
PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse adapter (I'm working on making more of those.)  My
usual PC110 load is a 540 Mb PCMCIA HDD (inserted on the left) and a
48Mb CF card (inserted on the right).  Need to get back to using the
20Mb model, this one's just 8Mb on a 486sx33 (Can overclock to 40MHz
easily, if you want to.)

Both are tiny, light, and use standardish batteries (AA's, Alkaline or
NiCad, for the LX;  Sony NP-F550's for the PC110, $50 Camcorder Li-Ion
batt's, good price for 'em, and they're light.)  I carry 2-3 spares for
the PC110, in case I need to do more than an hour and a half or so of
work on it.

I think I can get the data on how to upgrade PC110's to 32Mb RAM on the
momboard, Japanese translation isn't one of my skills, that'd really
make the machine more usable for Win95, etc.!

 Mark

1999\09\23@205042 by brooke

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Hello:

The palm size PDAs come in two flavors,
WIN CE and not WIN CE.
Have a look at my web page:
http://www.pacific.net/~brooke/PDA.html
for links to a number of them.

73,

Brooke

1999\09\24@034424 by nuno.pedrosa

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Looking at the market shares, I would say

Palm OS and not Palm OS.

Nuno.

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