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    Everyone's saying that Palm's Bluetooth card won't work on the Treo 90 (without an SDIO upgrade patch). C|Net's review of the 90 says that the Presenter-to-Go card won't either.

    http://computers.cnet.com/hardware/0...ml?tag=rev-rev

    But what about other programs on SD cards? Some of Palm's others are SD; the MMC ones are mostly the eBooks and such (and according to Shawn Barnett in the Pen Computing review, MMCs should work).

    http://www.pencomputing.com/palm/Pen45a/treo90.html

    To me, at least, this clearly looks to be something that Treo 90 users will want to know, with a minimum of trial and error.
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    Handspring has tested most on the market software SD cards to work with the Treo 90. I say most becuase they wern't able to test them all.

    Backup, Games, Travel, Maps - you name it. As long as it is a SD or MMC memory card, and not a I/O card (margi presenter-to-go, bluetooth) it will work.
    -Michael Ducker
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    In fact, Handspring sells on their website the Games Pack and Scrabble
    Blue Visor Deluxe ~ Clie T615 ~ Zire 71 ~ Treo 650 ~ Palm Centro
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    Just got my treo 90 and so far I'm pleased. I'm curious what SD cards people have used with it and are happy with. Is anyone using a 128mb expansion card? How about some of the cards advertised on the palm, inc. site:
    http://www.palm.com/products/accesso...d_catalog.html
    I'm thinking of buying the dictionary card. Is there anyway to go to the treo's start screen (which shows all the icons for the programs) without having to use two hands at once to punch two buttons? The size and weight are a huge plus over my old Prism.
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    Originally posted by lmpmd
    Is there anyway to go to the treo's start screen (which shows all the icons for the programs) without having to use two hands at once to punch two buttons? The size and weight are a huge plus over my old Prism.
    If what I've read is right, you don't have to hit both buttons at once, which might mean you could do it one-handed. (This may depend on how limber your thumbs are.) As for the two-button push aspect, I anticipate that we'll see developers putting out hacks for something like this soon.

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