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Arne Hess

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Pretec's European distributor, Euric AG, is presenting the Pretec GPRS CF
card in Hall 19. The card is a type I card which should works with every Pocket
PC, Pocket PC 2002 and Windows CE 2.11 P/PC. It is equipped with an additional,
rechargeable battery with 650 mA.

The GPRS module is a Class B which allows you theoretically a downstream up
to 115 KBps while it uses 5 channels for downstream or 4 for down-, 1 for
upstream. The CompactGPRS card should be released during the 3rd quarter, a
price wasn't given today.

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#2

Yann

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Arne, you probably mean "Class 8"... ;-)


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jlp

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What is this huge and ugly appendix behind the card itself that looks like it's part of the device. The Audiovox Triple band GPRS card doesn't seem to have such a huge "hunchback". It looks like it has a finite spaca available between the card portion that fits in a CF slot and the hunchback so some PDAs might not accept it. I believe the Toshiba e570 has a non removable slot cover that would therefore get in the way. Altho the Casio E-1x5 PocketPC has a removable CF slot cover, body around the CF slot is relatively thick and the dimension between a card and the outer part of the body is about 5 mm. Could this card fit in a Cassiopeia?


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Anonymous

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If you read the news messages again you can answer your question about the "hunchback" yourself.
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It's the rechargeable 650mAh battery.


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jlp

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Anonymous, yes I've seen it, but if you look really well, you'll see that the battery is only one third to half of the hunchback itself!!!


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