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    www.penpower.net has a great biz card scanner which works well on HTC Tytn. can someone download it and try it with the Treo 700wx and let us know how it works with a 1.3mp camera in macro mode?

    thanks
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    Errrr.... so let me get this straight.

    You are a software developer, who wants someone to test your software, and pay $25 for the privilege. And to add insult to injury, the link you provide is to a chinese website. I think you might want to take a look at this link...
    http://www.whatareweyoursoftwaretesting*****es.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by PSB22 View Post
    Errrr.... so let me get this straight.

    You are a software developer, who wants someone to test your software, and pay $25 for the privilege. And to add insult to injury, the link you provide is to a chinese website. I think you might want to take a look at this link...
    http://www.whatareweyoursoftwaretesting*****es.com/
    dude, im a diplomat working in the UN.

    the link leads to penpowers website.

    http://www.penpower.net/enversion/default.htm

    try this if u cant reach it through the other one.

    im using it on a Dopod 838 pro now fairly successfully...if u can test it on your treo i would appreciate it.
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    I think that it is supposed to require a camera with a macro mode
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    I will turn my macro on and try this software once I have done so, Give me a few months...
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    Quote Originally Posted by athreya View Post
    dude, im a diplomat working in the UN.
    Here's to protocol classes.
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    You would probably be better off to go to Sprint or Verizon and have them do it. I doubt anybody will do this for you.

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