PDA News – Toshiba e400 at eCost, Intellisync expands, iPaq fix

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Toshiba e400 offered at eCost for $291

eCost.com has listed the anticipated Toshiba e400 PocketPC on their site, at a price of $290.28. The machine is listed as having a 300 MHz XScale PXA261 processor, 64 MB RAM, 16 MB ROM, and running Windows Mobile 2003.

http://www.ecost.com/ecost/shop/detail.asp?action=detail&dpno=297684#scroll

 

Intellisync expands to phones

Pumatech is expanding the domain of its Intellisync mobile synchronization program to syncing PIM data onto mobile phones. Intellisync Phone Edition syncs to Microsoft Outlook, and supports the following phones:

Motorola T720c, T720g, T720gi, V60c, V60i, V60ci, V60t, V60ti, V60g, V60gi, V120c, V120t and V120e

Nokia 3590, 6310i and 8265

Samsung A310, and LG VX10 and 4400

http://www.pumatech.com

 

Fix available for iPaq 2200 grips

Relief for all those iPaq 2200 users suffering from detatched rubber grips. HP is offering a do-it-yourself repair kit, including new grips, to those willing to brave their phone-system labyrinth. Call support, and ask for part number 349036-001. The catch is that the parts are on backorder, but HP will supposedly overnight them as soon as they are in stock. Some users are also reporting success with HP online support, but no guarantees.

HP online support

 

Bargain Clie T-series metal cases

Aluminum case retailer Proporta has had a little accident in shipping: net result, a few Clie 665/675 cases destroyed. A number more came out fine in and of themselves, but their packaging was damaged, so Proporta has put them up in their site’s Bargains catagory. The cases normally retail for $38, but the discounted ones are selling for $11. A good deal for all those stubborn T-series users out there.

http://www.proporta.com/detail.asp?id=525

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