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  • what PDA will work?

    i got a sidekick, and i know u cant get gps on that.

    which pda will work?

    any pda with a bluetooth?
    no pdas have a UPS port right?

    i rather use a usb

    what speed is a good speed for pdas? ive seen 400 mhz, 312, over 600...

  • #2
    I've got a HP5455 that works like a dream.
    bluetooth, wifi, internet via bt to my GPRS phone when needed.
    •Micke

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    • #3
      so u cant use a bluetooth PDA with a bluetooth receiver?
      how does it work?
      ill be selling my sidekick, im getting a company phone

      ive looked at the Sharp 5600. and dells.

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      • #4
        http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/produ..._loox_700.html

        I'd reccomend this.

        Loox 720
        It has a VGA screen
        USB Host
        BT
        Wifi
        WM 2005 Support (Windows Mobile)
        And is light as hell

        http://vilpublic.fujitsu-siemens.com...t_loox_700.pdf

        Loox 700 doesn't have 1.3MP camera, 720 does


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        Rafster
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        • #5
          im kinda partial to the dell axim x50v. pricy but ive had my x30 for nearly a year, dropped it so many times, had the screen die(for no reason) and i had a new one like that! other than the screen, not a damn problem with it, other than me losing the damn thing on my desk. great pda.

          it has bt, and wifi. sd and cf. great pda.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by seanz0rz
            im kinda partial to the dell axim x50v. pricy but ive had my x30 for nearly a year, dropped it so many times, had the screen die(for no reason) and i had a new one like that! other than the screen, not a damn problem with it, other than me losing the damn thing on my desk. great pda.

            it has bt, and wifi. sd and cf. great pda.
            Heavy as hell though

            Peace,

            Rafster
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            • #7
              im not looking to spend a lot on it. ebay has a toshiba e740 i think...someons worked that into a gps, there nice, cheap on ebay.

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              • #8
                ok one more ?. will any pda cell phones work with a navigation hookup?
                i was looking at the unlocked treo 600.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by im a nub
                  im not looking to spend a lot on it. ebay has a toshiba e740 i think...someons worked that into a gps, there nice, cheap on ebay.
                  I used to have the e755 which is basically the same with e740 with more power. I had a CF GPS (DConnex) and Routis installed; worked like a champ. I also had purchased the USB extension and connected a mini USB keyboard (thread #41136 in this forum).

                  Now I use an iPaq 2155 w/ bluetooth GPS (Altina) and use it when my carputer is not available.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by im a nub
                    ok one more ?. will any pda cell phones work with a navigation hookup?
                    i was looking at the unlocked treo 600.

                    Treo 650 would be better because it has Bluetooth.

                    Peace,

                    Rafster
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                    • #11
                      so i geta bluetooth receivers (GPS) and the software and im done?

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                      • #12
                        I've used my Axim X30 with a Holux GR-231 BT GPS, MP3, and wireless internet. I picked mine up new from Dell about a year ago for $349. I'm sure you can get them on eBay for cheaper than that now. They may not be as stylish as some of the newer handhelds, but they get the job done. VERY reliable as well.


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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by im a nub
                          so i geta bluetooth receivers (GPS) and the software and im done?
                          Yes, the software you would want to use is called Mapopolis. I have the means to get this free . If you PM me, I will help you out.


                          Peace,

                          Rafster
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                          • #14
                            awesome, uim gonna buy an unlocked 650 come time when i sell the sidekick.

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                            • #15
                              i was looking at the 650 today...what is data connect?
                              i was reading it on there website but it makes no sence.
                              thats a huge phone bill with it, do i need it to run a GPS?

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