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Topic # 5362 23-Oct-2005 14:16
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is this the model up from the hyundai tx115c?
I just bought one of these things, its great, but I want a data cable, and searching on google, its pretty limited and alot of links direct to here.

So basically, are the data cables compatible? theres stuff all accessories available for it atm (well from what i can find, even overseas)

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  Reply # 21918 23-Oct-2005 23:46
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Short answer is yes. At least insofar as the data cable.

If you goto www.pccard.co.nz and select Cable Guide in the left hand navbar you'll see it listed under the TX95/TX115/TX130 section.

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  Reply # 22201 27-Oct-2005 23:45
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It's two models up from the TX-115c - not that the TX-120c was introduced here.

The data cable should be available at a Telecom retailer for $99, atleast that is how much they charged me.

For accessories, you'll probably have a better chance (results wise) while looking for the Audiovox 8930 - which is what the phone is known as in the North-American Market.




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