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Bluetooth PDA's?

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Steve synced that Clie with bluetoth on stage but does anyone know any other PDA's that sync via bluetooth? Also does anyone know the model number of the Sony PDA Steve synced to? Thanks.

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post #2 of 5
Any Sony CliƩ PDA is capable of utilizing Bluetooth. Currently, no Palm based handhelds have bluetooth built-in, but it's available via expansion modules.

For Sony handhelds, they allow Bluetooth connectivity via a Memory Stick module. Palm handhelds allow it via an SD expansion card I believe. I heard recently the Memory Stick Bluetooth module is shipping, I don't know about the SD card though...
post #3 of 5
Visor also has a Bluetooth Spring Board module. I've owned two different Sony Clie palm pilots, and they have never been known to sync with Mac to my knowledge (primarily because Sony produces PC computers and notebooks and don't want market share someplace else I believe). Maybe with Bluetooth because the language is set it will talk to Macs, that would be a beautiful thing, I think I'd rather have another Clie than a Visor that simply works with my Mac.
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I think Jobs demoed the bluetooth functionality at Macworld Tokyo with a Sony Clie handheld. There is third party software to support the clie on the mac, but it's OS 9 only currently.
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[quote]Originally posted by M3D Jack:
<strong>I think Jobs demoed the bluetooth functionality at Macworld Tokyo with a Sony Clie handheld. There is third party software to support the clie on the mac, but it's OS 9 only currently.</strong><hr></blockquote>

you can see bluetooth keyboards, mice(mouse), bluetooth headphones for iPod,
bluetooth printers, cameras, etc....
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