December 6, 2005

MobileTechRoundup 11

Category: Podcast — admin @ 8:00 am

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MoTR 11 is 33:06 minutes long and is a 22.8 MB file in MP3 format.

INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.

HOSTS: David Ciccone, James Kendrick and Kevin C. Tofel

Two out of three stooges are here.
Thank-you Battery Geek, Inc. for sponsoring MoTR!
Battery Geek will have a new flat battery with USB soon!
Thoughts on the Fujitsu P1500 series notebook with the Tablet OS. Is the Tablet OS worth the extra $50?
Listener e-mail from Robert in Vancouver, BC: what features would we want in the perfect mobile deviece? Here’s Robert’s list.
LG now offers integrated EVDO in a notebook computer. What do you think? Should 3G data service be integrated?
Freeware of the week: gtConverter for WM2003 Second Edition.
Google has virus protection for Gmail. Kevin has concerns.

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  1. Great discussion of the “perfect” mobile device. My friend, John K., who sent me the original list, was intrigued to hear you guys discuss it. Much like the women we love, we all have different ideas about what constitutes “perfection” when it comes to a mobile device!

    Coincidentally, your discussion of a mini-tablet device is EXACTLY what a GIS professor/guru at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario would like!

    Comment by Robert Werner — December 7, 2005 @ 9:13 pm

  2. I don’t see the major point of integrated EVDO unless it is some sort of replaceable module.

    I have a laptop with built in 802.11b. I use an 802.1g card. ’nuff said


    Comment by Dan — December 9, 2005 @ 8:50 pm

  3. I am still waiting to see the new USB battery from, I called and the sales people are clueless, I got an email from Sean(?) but he won’t reply when I asked about timing/price.

    Any more news?

    Comment by David — December 13, 2005 @ 12:38 pm

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