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LINK: Motorola is selling MPx200 accessories and proving help for Notebook users
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 24.10.03 - 12:53:53 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6157x
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So, the Motorola MPx200 is finally released in the US and Motorola is also offering a wide range of accessories for it now - directly from their own online shop.

There you get stuff like Customizable Headset, Dual Retractable Hands-Free Headset, Over-the-Ear Headset as well as SD cards from 32 to 128 MB.

In addition, Motorola is also offering a driver which lets you use your MPx200 as a wireless modem with your Notebook. If you don't know how to install that driver check out this PDF tutorial from Motorola.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Aye on 24.10.03 - 13:23:07

Will MPX200 sell in Thailand and When?

Posted by Arne Hess on 24.10.03 - 14:36:38

@Aye: Okay - so what's the question?

In the xda II comments you've asked if/when the MDA II will be released in Europe.

In the PPCW.Net i-Mate Smartphone story you've asked if/when it will be available in Thailand.

Here you've asked if/when it will be available in Thailand as well.

What are you looking for? A Smartphone or a Pocket PC and where? In Thailand or in Europe?

Posted by Norm on 24.10.03 - 16:55:19

Did you have a look at that manual?  It's awful!

I bought one of the first Timeports because it was the only tri-band phone at the time.  The user interface was so bad it soon convinced me that I never wanted to own another Motorola phone.  You had to go through about 7 menus and press about 15 times just to find a name in the phone book!  It was easier just to memorize the number and key it in every time.

The description in this manual of how to setup a USB modem connections tells me that very little has changed since then.

Sigh.... Oh well.


Posted by Ted on 24.10.03 - 23:32:40

I don't think the Mpx200 manual that comes with the phone is really all that bad.  It answered all of my questions, and I found it to be very helpful.  I have seen a couple of people on different forums complaining about the manual and I can't quite figure out why.   Maybe setting up the modem is more difficult than it should be, but most other stuff is very intuitive.

Besides, this is only a Motorola OEM phone.  It was designed by Chi Mei (and not Benq like most of the other Moto phones) and it uses MS software.  Based upon the fact that I have found the RF to be outstanding with this phone, it's not like any Motorola I have ever owned before.  The only thing that reminds me that it's a Moto is the logo at the top of the phone and the M on the case.  That's it!

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