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What control to choose?
This thread has 17 replies. Displaying posts 16 through 18.
Post 16 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 15:33
Don Stratton
Long Time Member
December 2002
On 10/10/04 09:33 ET, Raul Wins said...
Good idea! Though I even found an installer for
Pronto I think it would cheaper for me to use
my Tungsten. (and I will buy a smartphone instead
:-) )

So, Novii Blaster you say? Any other thoughts
on the case?

Bear in mind the Novii Blaster product is currently only for a very limited (5) number of Palm devices, and since a 3630 doesn't have SDIO capability there is no point in waiting for them to release the Pocket PC version of the Blaster. If you intend to use a 3630 I would say you are limited to TVRC/Ultramote and their companion CompactFlash transmitter cards or Total Remote and our audio transmitter. Of course, if you decide to use CF card solution you will need a CF expansion sleeve for the iPaq. If you do get a CF sleeve, I would strongly recommend one that also has a extra battery to extend the runtime of the iPaq.

OP | Post 17 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 22:43
Raul Wins
Long Time Member
October 2004
Thanks, Don for your help.

As I've already written, I've got T|E. So Novii Blaster suits me better than Total Remote :-)

On 10/12/04 19:33 ET, Don Stratton said...
Bear in mind the Novii Blaster product is currently
only for a very limited (5) number of Palm devices

At least the most popular are included. I like this idea.
Post 18 made on Thursday October 28, 2004 at 14:56
Lurking Member
October 2004
Wow Don:

What an explanation of what PDA remote does and possible problems. Thank you very much.

Think it over very carefully. Then, if you decide
to go PPC, try Total Remote. ;)

Peter K Liao
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