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The number of clip-on sleds that add Bluetooth functionality to the Palm V series is growing. Anycom is planning to release the BlueJacket at the end of October. It allows wireless HotSyncing, file transfer, and printing. At this time, they estimate it will cost around $200.
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same product?

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/14/2001 12:46:07 PM #
This looks suspiciously like the TDK clip-on, which is actually the Tactel design that they've licensed. Is it the same product?

http://www.tactel.se/

Bluetooth Adapter Already Available for Clie

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/14/2001 12:53:30 PM #
Clie already has a bluetooth adapter which is small and light. It sells for $130 in Japan sin 6/29. Someone has tried successfully to use it with Ericson T39.

bT

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/14/2001 2:36:06 PM #
if the small cool T39 have room for b-Tooth- wy not the next palm model? nice if m125 have bt
RE: bT
I.M. Anonymous @ 8/14/2001 3:31:39 PM #
Its not a question of room but of price. The price would push it beyond the mid-range market they're aiming that unit for. At least for right now. Maybe a year or two down the road when it won't cost as much to build in bluetooth.

RE: Bluetooth for m125
I.M. Anonymous @ 8/14/2001 11:22:32 PM #
Well if its true that the m125 has an SD slot, there is no reason why it can't use the forthcoming SD Bluetooth card. You lose the SD slot for storage but those are the kind of tradeoffs you make with midrange products.

RE: bT
I.M. Anonymous @ 8/15/2001 10:39:55 AM #
Bluetooth chips are available in quantity for around $10 a chip. I think that, as usual, those of us who want to adopt the technology as soon as possible are getting stung.



Bluetooth for Palm III series?!?!?

strredwolf @ 8/14/2001 9:46:28 PM #
Come on! Bluetooth for the III's and you got a goldmine!

RE: Bluetooth for Palm III series?!?!?
k0mp @ 4/2/2003 8:47:08 AM #
I agree. I own Palm IIIC and I'm not going to change it anyway. Maybe we should write a petition to TDK, that they should make BlueIII???
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