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THOUGHT: Adding Bluetooth and W-LAN SD Card to an Orange SPV
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 07.04.03 - 18:00:00 CET under 09 - Thoughts - Viewed 5878x
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On Möbius we got also the chance to have a closer look to the postponed Bluetooth and Wi-Fi SD Cards and while I hold it in my hands I though about how convenient it would be to add it to a Smartphone.

Sure these samples didn't include any drivers, so it was more a question about size. 8)

It's amazing how small these cards became and I can't wait to long anymore to see them released.

However, they still seems to be to long 8O to be used with a Smartphone - as long as the Smartphone doesn't has the SD card slot on top, which isn't possible because of the interferences. So what's your opinion!? Will this solution become successful or do we need it integrated? I know, for sure I want to see Bluetooth integrated but what do you think about Wi-Fi for a Smartphone? Does it makes sense or is it senseless? :x

Cheers ~ Arne


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Posted by birdcage on 18.08.03 - 10:36:15

I would appreciate Bluetooth an WIFI integrated in a Smart Phone.

WiFi would be nice for IP telephony at WiFi Hotspots, Bluetooth for automatic synch, when you come Home, for accessing the INterweb without "looking" at the IR Port of my Thinkpad.

Sad but true, that these little wonderpieces wont work in the SPV sad

Posted by stu on 20.08.04 - 18:30:33

aparently scandisk have beta drivers for smartphone 2002/03.  Let's hope they come out soon!!!

Posted by Dawe on 19.02.05 - 13:01:19

When I can buy it? 8)

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