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Topic # 8920 7-Aug-2006 05:29
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I recently was given a Compaq Ipaq 3970 with accessories that were never used.  I know this is a very old pda, but I am hoping there is a way to make it wireless web enabled.  Does anyone know it this is possible and if yes, how to do it?  Thank you.


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  Reply # 43395 7-Aug-2006 07:50
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Hmm - oops - typing head down - get a sleeve and CF wireless card for it.




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Reply # 43397 7-Aug-2006 08:33
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Yes, the sleeve is the best option, then attach a CF Wi-Fi card to it. It can be tricky finding a retailer for the sleeve, but I think some on-line retailers will have it.





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