Wi-Fi Memory Stick Now Available
Hagiwara Sys-Com have announced the availability of their Memory Stick Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Card.
HCL Electronics, a distributor of Hagiwara Sys-Com, announced the availability of the world’s first Wireless LAN card in Memory Stick format. The card (P/N HNT-MSW1) is specifically designed for handheld devices equipped with a Memory Stick expansion slot running Palm OS 5 or later.
The LAN card has a specified transmission range of approximately 37m (120 ft) indoors at a transmission speed of 11Mbps. It also has security functions compatible with 64, 128-bit WEP and ESS-ID. It's dimensions are 1.38 x 2.99 x 0.22 in (W x L x H) and it weighs less than .4 of an ounce or 9 grams. The unit draws power from the handheld itself.
The card is compatible with the following Sony Clie models: PEG-TJ27, PEG-TJ35, PEG-TJ25, PEG-UX40, PEG-TG50, PEG-NZ90, PEG-NX70V, and PEG-NX60. Noticeably absent is the NX73 and NX80, which are not compatible with the software driver. It can be purchased for $129 USD from HCL electronics.
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