PUGs: Nashville, DC, New England

This Saturday is the next meeting for the Nashville Palm Users Group. They’ll have the new Palm m505 and the Kyocera QCP 6035 Smartphone on display, plus Tim Warner from PDALife.com as their special guest speaker. Tim will be covering a gambit of mobile solutions from databases and reports to backing up your Palm on the fly. Courtesy of PDALife.com, they'll be giving away a whole bunch of goodies. -Michael T. Ashby

The Washington Area PalmOS Users Group's May 14th meeting will be at NIH's Masur Auditorium from 7-9 pm. Palm's Government Sales Representative Charlene Ferguson will provide an overview of Palm's handheld product line, including the recently launched m500 series, and assess the current state of the handheld market. System Engineer John Gosset will discuss technical aspects of the PalmOS platform, including Palm's new support for SD Card expansion modules, the newly released PalmOS v 4.0, email and dataserver options, platform security, and future prospects such as the Bluetooth and 802.11 wireless protocols. Avantgo District Sales Manager Brian O'Mara will also be on hand to speak about the company's industry-leading mobile data solutions. Door prizes for this event will include a Palm IIIc, and two Kodak Palmpix digital camera add-ons. -Craig Simpson

The May meeting of the New England Palm User Group will be Tuesday, May 15 at 6:30 pm at MIT. The featured topic this month is "Creating Your Own Palm Applications". -Michael Steinberg

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Two M505's side by side ... one is MUCH brighter!

I.M. Anonymous @ 5/12/2001 3:04:58 AM #
Due to a shipping error, I received TWO M505's ... after comparing them side by side, one is NOTICEABLY brighter than the other. BOTH are made in Hungary. Can anyone explain this??? Check out this photo taken in a very dark room.

http://www.members.aol.com/mauicruzn/palm.htm

The differences are evident in a lighted room. Both appear identical in sunlight.

Perhaps the Palm user groups meeting this weekend can try such comparisons.

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