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COMMUNICATION: Direct connect cellular “smart” cables for all HP Jornada, Compaq iPaq
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 08.11.01 - 22:18:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 8287x
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Supplynet, the world’s most comprehensive resource for replacement PCMCIA cables and cellular data cables, today announced a great enhancement to the wireless web industry. They have developed direct connect cellular cables for all HP Jornada, Handspring Visors, Palms and Compaq Pocket PCs to fit the most popular cellular phones including; Motorola, Samsung, Sanyo, Kyocera, Audiovox and many others.

“Supplynet is proud to add these new “smart” cables to our product line which give the “road warrior” additional flexibility and portability,” said Robert Berkey, President and founder of Supplynet, Inc. These lightweight cables enable the user to send/retrieve email and browse the web wirelessly using their PDA devices and a cellular phone.

These “smart” cables with built in electronics takes advantage of the new web enabled technology built into today’s cellular phones. Thus eliminating the need for a modem.

Cables are approximately 8 inches in length and connect to the bottom of the PDA (thus freeing up the expansion module) and then plugging directly into the bottom of the cellular phone.

For more information, and for complete listing of cables, pricing and availability, please call 1-800-826-0279 or visit the Supplynet homepage.

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