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    As in tom tom , maps , calendar ...Or any other monitor ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by byronchurch View Post
    ...Or any other monitor ?
    For your PC's monitor, look at PdaReach.
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    I use PDAReach quite a bit. I like it a lot.

    Its not everything it could be but I like it.

    I wish it would not only run on your monitor but have a way to be an emulator so we could adjust settings etc etc.

    But I really like it.
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    Tapsmart Keylink will allow you to do anything you can do with your Treo on your PC, by connecting your Treo via USB cable and calling up the Keylink desktop software. I absolutely love it.
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    Thanks they both sound cool ! Any that are mac friendly ? Is the screen size the same as your treo ? or is it larger on your pc ? Have you looked at your maps? / Can You View your tomtom through your treo on your PC ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by byronchurch View Post
    Thanks they both sound cool ! Any that are mac friendly ? Is the screen size the same as your treo ? or is it larger on your pc ? Have you looked at your maps? / Can You View your tomtom through your treo on your PC ?
    I don't know if the Keylink software will run on a Mac. You could send an email to their support at Support@MobilityWare.com to find out, though.

    The image on the PC is much larger than on the Treo, but it's not full screen. I don't use Tom Tom, so I don't know for sure whether that will show on the PC, but every single other thing, including Google Maps, that I've run on my Treo has shown up on the PC -- it's really just an alternate screen with PC keyboard input (and it has a key configuration table to show you which PC key combinations will activate each of the Treo hard button shortcuts). There's also a dropdown box on the right of the Keylink PC screen to launch any application dowloaded on your Treo and you can use the Treo "touchscreen" functionality by clicking your mouse on the Keylink PC screen where you would tap the Treo touchscreen.

    If you'd rather just use the buttons or touchscreen on the Treo, you can do that, too, and as long as you have Keylink activated, it will show on your PC screen.

    Also, according to the website, you can use Bluetooth to connect to Keylink on your PC, in addition to the USB cable.

    It's SO cool, like I said I absolutely love it.
    Last edited by ChristieC; 05/25/2007 at 08:49 AM.
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    Even tho I have PDAReach Im going to check out Tapsmart. It just seems that much more robust than the other.

    The BT connection seems nice too!
    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdhntr23 View Post
    Even tho I have PDAReach Im going to check out Tapsmart. It just seems that much more robust than the other.

    The BT connection seems nice too!
    Hey, Hdhntr, after you've tried Keylink, it would be great if you would report back concerning any significant differences between it and PDAReach.
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    will do!
    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdhntr23 View Post
    will do!
    Did you ever get a chance to test Keylink?
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    can you say, play videos through your palm to PC screen ?
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    I used to use PDAReach. As I recall, videos did not playback on the PC screen.

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