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    Sorry if this has been posted before -

    ...A snippet from the ARTICLE:


    "The Treo 650 will first become available through wireless carriers. Although PalmOne hasn't disclosed which telcos will offer the 650, it will be released in two flavors: a CDMA/1XRTT dual-band radio that can be used over the Verizon and Sprint networks, and a quad-band GSM with EDGE support, the GPRS protocols used by AT&T, Cingular and T-Mobile.




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    It's in about four other threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FloydPinkerton
    Sorry if this has been posted before -

    ...A snippet from the ARTICLE:


    "The Treo 650 will first become available through wireless carriers. Although PalmOne hasn't disclosed which telcos will offer the 650, it will be released in two flavors: a CDMA/1XRTT dual-band radio that can be used over the Verizon and Sprint networks, and a quad-band GSM with EDGE support, the GPRS protocols used by AT&T, Cingular and T-Mobile.




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    On the connector... It says that the connector supports audio out which would be needed with the new smart cars.. But isn't it only bluetooth, that would be needed? I thought you would pair it via bluetooth not via the connector.

    As long as my bluetooth GPS works...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeD
    On the connector... It says that the connector supports audio out which would be needed with the new smart cars.. But isn't it only bluetooth, that would be needed? I thought you would pair it via bluetooth not via the connector.

    As long as my bluetooth GPS works...
    The majority of cars don't have Bluetooth so audio out is still desirable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TxDot
    The majority of cars don't have Bluetooth so audio out is still desirable.
    Oh I see. So they simply have some sort of interface where they connect to phones but it's up to a third party or the cell phone manufacturer to bridge the two together?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeD
    Oh I see. So they simply have some sort of interface where they connect to phones but it's up to a third party or the cell phone manufacturer to bridge the two together?
    I believe it simplifies the connectors required for hands free setups in autos.

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