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CRADLE: Carcomm International released Mobile Cradle for HTC Himalaya
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 27.01.04 - 18:31:53 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 5460x
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Carcomm International recently released a car cradle which is designed for the HTC Himalaya platform (known as xda II, PPCW.Net i-Mate Phone Edition and others) with original bottom connector and steady fitting for your Phone Edition.

Specially designed for mobile use it's charging through the 12 Volt cigarette lighter and also includes a RS-232 and a PS/2 connector for connecting the device with other external accessories, for example a GPS Receiver.

It's available from several online shops like suplies4mobility for around 70 - 75 Euro.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links : [More Information] Source : [Carcomm International]


 

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Comments
Posted by jayjay06 on 27.01.04 - 20:26:14

Do any of the cradles allow for the phone to stay in a case (vaja or other). I'm assuming you have to take it out of the case first.

Posted by Arne Hess on 28.01.04 - 10:49:58

No, don't think so. If you watch the photo above you see it's perfect fitting around the device, for sure without a case.

Posted by Saif on 29.01.04 - 10:42:49

So when you going to start selling these Arne???

Posted by Arne Hess on 29.01.04 - 10:56:48

Well, I don't have plans for this but in case I would get enough pre-orders for it I might can do a one time sales. Carcomm already offered me something like that!

Posted by Adamz on 29.01.04 - 18:22:02

It doesn't look like this has Audio-out, though.  sad  That's what I'm waiting for!  When will that cradle with audio-out be available?

Posted by sameer A. kurdi on 05.02.04 - 15:04:01

ho do i get one of this car cradle

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