by June 7, 2002 0 comments



You have a Pocket PC like the Cassiopeia or the iPaq and a data-capable phone like the Nokia 6210. Now if you get the Socket Digital Phone Card you can connect the two and get on the Net while on the move. It’s a CompactFlash card that plugs into your Pocket PC with a cable that goes into your cellphone. At Rs 8,800, it definitely doesn’t come cheap, with the airtime to worry about too. But for those who need instant access at remote places, it’s an option to check out.

There are different cards for different phones. To see if your phone is supported, visit
www.socketcom.com. Interface Connec- tronics has also launched some other cards for your handheld PC. There’s the Ethernet card to get on to your office network.

Wondering if you can connect to your modem, printer or digital camera while on the move? Serial Port cards enable you to do just that. Other serial peripherals that can be connected to mobile devices with this card include bar-code scanners, GPR devices and magnetic-stripe readers. All cards come with their installation software and a quick-start guide. 

Price: Rs 8,800 for Nokia compatible Socket Digital phone cards; Rs 10,600 for Ethernet cards; Rs 13,000 onwards for
Socket serial cards.

Contact: Interface Connectronics, Bangalore. Tel: 080-2219281. E-mail: connectronics@vsnl.com 

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