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3950 cant have 56k modem?
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you will need a CF expansion pack
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Allan Sullivan
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ye the CF expansion will enable a 56k modem
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and thats all to connect to the net?
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Allan Sullivan
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the 56k modem is not entirely mobile, you will need to connect it to a landline and then set up your own ISP account.
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so what if i am mobile
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you could use avantago, or if you just want to check email or general browsing a wireless connection will need to be used like bluetooth.
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including hotmail?
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you can find available software at any good PDA website that can sync your hotmail inbox.
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i have multiple email accounts through yahoo, hotmail and aol, and my own ISP
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Allan Sullivan
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well i use a programme called IzyMail, it syncs all yahoo,aol and hotmail inboxes, as for your ISP, just setup a new service in your Pocket Inbox
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will that use more battery power?
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Allan Sullivan
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whatever programme you use it will consume some power but to conserve power just follow a few hints on the device such as decreasing brightness or having the backlight turned off when not in use, simple things can save you a few hours of battery life.
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what programmes should i avoid using to save battery life?
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you shouldn't avoid using programmes, thats what theyre there for. The whole reason you probably bought a PDA was to simplify you everyday life so do use programmes. Windows media player uses quite a lot but again its there for entertainment purposes.
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how long does the battery last?
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manufacturer says 18 hours, but depends on what you do on your device
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