A Free Newsletter for Users of the HP95LX/100LX/200LX
In this issue:
---View database files in Windows--in English!
---Get maps tailored for the HP Palmtop
---Lower prices for Compact Flash and standard memory cards
Email, do newsgroups, and surf the web from your Palmtop. Total Internet solution in your pocket designed for the HP Palmtop with WWW/LX. http://www.PalmtopPaper.com
View database files in Windows--in English!
Many users have tried the GDBwin program on their desktop or laptop computer and have remarked that they like being able to view and edit their Phonebook, NoteTaker and DataBase files using standard Windows commands and a mouse. The only drawback has been the Japanese menu labels.
Serge Kozhemiakin has done a terrific job of converting the Japanese menus to their English equivalents. You can get a copy of GDBwinE at either http://www.PalmtopPaper.com or at http://www.palmtop.net (the S.U.P.E.R. site).
KeyMate for the HP Palmtop lets you use your Palmtop with a standard PC keyboard. Simple installation. Comes with a free serial cable. See http://www.PalmtopPaper.com/store.htm
Interested in Pocket PC? Visit our sister site at http://www.PocketPCMag.com
Get maps tailored for the HP Palmtop
When getting ready to take a road trip, I usually go to the MapBlast or MapQuest site on the Web and get a set of route maps. The only problem is that the maps are in color. I then have to spend time and energy to convert the .GIF images to black and white images and resize them for use on my Palmtop. The results have not been satisfying.
Mike Kopplin has provided a Web service that gets me the same maps and saves me all the work of converting the images on my desktop.
To see what I'm talking about, point your Web browser at http://www.technoir.nu/hplx/lxmapblast.html
and snag a couple of Mike's maps. You'll ne'er need to ask directions again.
Low-powered 56Kbps fax/mode card for the 200LX. Independent testers verify consistent connection at 45Kpbs. Works in laptop and palmtops. http://www.PalmtopPaper.com
Lower prices for Compact Flash and standard memory cards
The latest version of the Ultimate Palmtop Catalog will soon be in your mailbox if you're on our mailing list. If you can't wait for the mail, hop over to www.PalmtopPaper.com and take a look at the prices for Memory Cards in our Ultimate Store. Prices on CF cards have fallen anywhere from $10 to $50. Tempting!