Quickies: App Milestone, India, Wireless Ethernet

Palm, Inc. has announced that the 10 thousandth Palm OS application has been released, and this doesn't even include eBook titles. An average of 500 new software products for the Palm platform are being released by developers every month.

Palm also announced the launch of Palm handhelds in India. The m100, m105 IIIc, and Vx handhelds will be available throughout the subcontinent at the end of May. Palm is considering moving into Korea and China.

VisorCentral is reporting that the Xircom SpringPort Wireless Ethernet Module has shipped ahead of the announced shipping date of May 21. The SpringPort is 802.11b compliant and costs $300.

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Disgruntled m505 owner goes on the rampage in India

I.M. Anonymous @ 5/16/2001 9:12:00 AM #

how about wireless ethernet for m505?

I.M. Anonymous @ 5/16/2001 1:08:29 PM #
now that xircom has created a springboard module and base station for wireless ethernet, i hope they develop either a:

1. SD/MMC wireless ethernet card or, a
2. a Universal connector-based ethernet card...

for compatibility with their just released base-station.
that would be very cool!

RE: how about wireless ethernet for m505?
I.M. Anonymous @ 5/16/2001 4:00:29 PM #
Yes, I will also wait for such a solution .
I prefer USB Connection, so the SD-Slot is free.

And I am looking for a kind of jacket to connect a microdrive to the SD

Palm in India

I.M. Anonymous @ 5/17/2001 9:58:31 AM #
For more information on the availability, pricing, delivery and support of Palm handhelds in India, feel free to contact me.

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The Indian Palm User Group.




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