Bluetooth and WiFi SD & Memory Sticks in Development for Palm OS
Hagiwara Sys-Com has announced today that it will develop and market wireless connectivity solutions based on Memory Stick I/O(MSIO) and Secure Digital I/O (SDIO) technology.
Hagiwara will introduce four wireless connectivity products, the HNT-MSW1 Memory Stick Wireless LAN card, HNT-MSB1 Memory Stick Bluetooth card, HNT-SDW1 SD Wireless LAN card, and HNT-SDB1 SD Bluetooth card.
The development of these products, which is already well underway, should be complete within few months. Both MSIO and SDIO product lines are expected to be available in summer of 2003, with the suggested retail price to be announced when the final product ships.
Memory Stick Wireless LAN card HNT-MSW1 Q3/2003
Memory Stick Wireless LAN card complies with Memory Stick IO standard and IEEE802.11b. It can be plugged into the Memory Stick expansion slot of the Palm OS® handheld devices. The Memory Stick Wireless LAN card allows you to gain wireless access to the internet, email or corporate LAN resources at home/office and other Wi-Fi locations such as Hotels, Airports, Cafes.
Memory Stick Bluetooth card HNT-MSB1 Q3/2003
Memory Stick Bluetooth card conforms to Memory Stick IO standard and is Bluetooth specification Ver. 1.1, making it compatible with other Bluetooth -enabled devices.
SD Wireless LAN card HNT-SDW1 Q3/2003
SD Wireless LAN card complies with SDIO specification 1.1 and IEEE802.11b. It can be plugged into the SD expansion slot of the Palm OS® handheld devices and allows you to gain wireless access to the internet, email or corporate LAN resources at home/office and other Wi-Fi locations such as Hotels, Airports, Cafes.
SD Bluetooth card HNT-SDB1 Q3/2003
SD Bluetooth card complies with SD IO standard and Bluetooth Ver 1.1. It enables to connect with the devices which comply with Bluetooth standard.
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