Quickies: T-Series USB Cable, Left-Handed Case, and More

InnoPocket has released the HotSync Recharge Cable for Sony's T series. It allows a T415 or T615C to HotSync and recharge with a laptop or desktop through the USB port. It is available now for $19. -Ed

Speaking of InnoPocket, it has released a version of its hardcase for the m500 series that is just like its other one, except that it opens to the right for left-handed users. -Ed

Palm Europe is offering Palm OS 4 for older models, including the Palm V, Vx, III, IIIx, IIIxe, and IIIc . It's bundled with the Mobile Connectivity Pack. In Great Britian, it's 17.50 ($24 USD) until 4 March, then 24.50 UKP ($34 USD). -Ian

Fictionwise has eleven 2001 Nebula Preliminary Ballot nominees as a free ebooks. The finalists for this year's Nebula awards will be chosen soon, and once they are announced many of the preliminary ballot stories will no longer be free. The site also has 32 new eBooks that are 15% off until next Monday at 10 am ET USA. These include works by Robert Silverberg as well as Science Fiction Grandmaster Fritz Leiber's best selling "Fafhrd and Gray Mouser" series. -Scott Pendergrast

Shadow 2.1 has just been released. This is a task manager, outliner, and hierarchical checklist system with support for sorting, filtering, colour, long memos, auto numbering, multiple files and categories. -Michael Schaaf

The next meeting of the Capital District Palm User Group, located in Albany New York, is tonight. Member David Roberts of DMR Consulting will do a presentation comparing the leading Palm apps for budgeting and money and expense mangement. -Scott R. Almas

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Innopocket Cable

I.M. Anonymous @ 2/21/2002 8:50:36 AM #
I just got one of the Brando cables for the T Series (http://shop.brando.com.hk). This cable looks identical (comparing it to the picture on innopocket web site). This is really essential for a traveling user of a T series (especially the T615C, which eats power).

RE: Innopocket Cable
I.M. Anonymous @ 2/22/2002 4:42:11 PM #
Kudos to Innopocket for coming up with this cable. Why doesn't Sony provide this sort of cable out of the box? Don't they care about their users? Why won't they support their own product? If Sony continues to neglect its users in this way they are history.

charging usb cables

mikeliu @ 2/21/2002 9:45:04 AM #
For those people who already have charging usb cables of one sort or another, does your laptop have to be on in order for the PDA to be able to draw power from the usb ports with this?

RE: charging usb cables
I.M. Anonymous @ 2/21/2002 11:55:33 AM #
Yes. No power goes to the USB ports when it is off.

Serial Cradle

I.M. Anonymous @ 2/21/2002 12:29:59 PM #
Anyone know when/whether a Serial Cradle will be released so that NT Users can synch their t615's???

RE: Serial Cradle
I.M. Anonymous @ 2/21/2002 2:19:01 PM #
Such a cable is for sale at http://www.pocketgames.jp. It is $30 via PayPal, this includes shipping from Japan. I got mine in less than a week! It works with my T615c just fine.

Brando might have a cable too.

RE: Serial Cradle
I.M. Anonymous @ 2/23/2002 9:54:13 PM #
I got an email from innopocket saying they'll be coming out with a serial cable soon. Not soon enough. Right now I'm backing up my Franklin Covey software data at work, emailing it back home and then restoring and syncing at home. Pain in the fanny!

Come on innopocket!

Travis

RE: Serial Cradle
I.M. Anonymous @ 2/28/2002 2:26:51 PM #
www.pc-mobile.net has serial cable

OS 4 for older Palms

I.M. Anonymous @ 2/21/2002 12:31:06 PM #
What were some of the improvements for OS 4.x again? I've heard it is faster, and you get the updated APIs so that newer apps will work, but what else is there?

It's $25. $19 plus $6 S&H.

I.M. Anonymous @ 2/21/2002 1:14:24 PM #
An i think it comes from Hong Kong, same as with Brando.

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