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Topic # 8885 5-Aug-2006 09:52
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I am looking for a Clam Shell phone USB (no cradle if I can help it) connection to my XP computer. I want good support applications. The organizer is important..  Telecom network
Any advice please..

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  Reply # 43316 5-Aug-2006 10:47
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Any nokia phone will win the contact/calendar/tasks/notes race any day.

I use bluetooth. When I am within range of my PC, without pressing a single key or button, my phone automatically wireless connects to my PC, and runs a sync with outlook. Even when i pull up the driveway and my phone is in the glovebox.

Very cool.

Im using a 6265.

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Reply # 43328 5-Aug-2006 18:31
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The same as what Tony said.

If you must have a clamshell then the 6255 or 6155 are good options also. Only the 6255 has bluetooth but if you are wanting to sync and connect via USB then they are good alternitives.

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