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Topic # 9894 21-Oct-2006 17:03
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Well, as the battery on my T3 continues its decline I'm forced to seriously consider a replacement. JasJam (O2 XDA/Qtek 9600) and Palm 750v are eliminated due to their woeful resolution. The JasJam has the resolution I’m after, but still cautions about the convergent device, any feedback on this device, especially negative, would be appreciated.

Also interested to know if:

Can a HP iPAQ Bluetooth Folding Keyboard can be used with it?
Is there an RDP client for it?
Is there an ssh client for it?

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Reply # 49387 23-Oct-2006 18:38
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You may be able to use a HP keyboard, but have in mind all current Windows Mobile 5 devices run the Microsoft Bluetooth stack, and HP used to run the Widcomm software. The keyboard may not be compatible.

Yes, the Pocket PCs come with Remote Desktop client, and there are some SSH clients for Windows Mobile (plus some results on Google).







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  Reply # 49390 23-Oct-2006 19:25
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Maybe I'll buy a stowaway, I read your review on it, do you know of a distributor in Auckland?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 49395 23-Oct-2006 19:43
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freitasm: Actually there's one: http://www.thinkoutside.com/wheretobuy_intld.html 



Have you reviewed any others that you consider better?

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Reply # 49397 23-Oct-2006 19:50
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Nope. I had another model here but the Stowaway is the best one. Make sure you order the latest model, with the numeric keys row.





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