SSTjumbo
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Handspring Visor (Palm Device) Users...

Sun Oct 28, 2001 1:20 pm

I'm just wondering if any of you have a modem springboard for yours and if it's worth getting. I have the ultimate Prism model.
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RE: Handspring Visor (Palm Device) Users...

Sun Oct 28, 2001 1:36 pm

I have a Visor Deluxe and was looking to get a Modem. I use mine for keeping track of Bizjet registrations mostly. I have recently decided to just go ahead and get a laptop so I can connect tot he net while at the airport so I can watch http://www.fboweb.com and see whats inbound. Its quite expensive to keep a Palm connected. Much more than a laptop. Maybe it just seems like it.



 
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RE: Handspring Visor (Palm Device) Users...

Sun Oct 28, 2001 1:46 pm

Just like Boeing757fan said it is very expensive to it via the modem way - unless of course you absolutely really need to have thing real time. The only ones I know at the office who connect that way are our sales people and my stockbroker friends. But even they just switched to getting updated through their web-enabled phones.

I usually just only sync twice a day (once at work and once at home) so I can't give you personal experience on usability and costs on the modem.
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RE: Handspring Visor (Palm Device) Users...

Mon Oct 29, 2001 7:57 am

I have a VisorPhone which also serves as a modem. You need a dial-up account, and the phone comes with a pretty good browser called Blazer. The speed is only 9600 baud, though. I bought it primarily to use the phone, but I often log on to airline websites to get current flight and gate info. when I'm traveling.

The phone is only $49 if you sign up for a year of service, which runs about $70 per month for 600 minutes of nationwide (US) roaming.

I love it because it integrates beautifully with the Visor address book and I only have to carry around one nerd-pack instead of 2 or 3.

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RE: Handspring Visor (Palm Device) Users...

Mon Oct 29, 2001 9:25 am

Thanx for the input all.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
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