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ZDTV on Innogear & Widcomm

Tue Sep 14, 1999 - 11:30 PM EDT - By James Hromadka

ZDTV has a RealVideo demonstration of the big products coming from Innogear and Widcomm.

The InfoMitt pager is shown, as well as the SixPak Combo Card. You can see exactly how a phone cable is going to be plugged into the SixPak. All it takes is pulling out the connector (similar to opening a can of salt) and plug in the cable.

The MiniJam will come in two versions: A 64MB version with a memory slot for ~$225.00, and a version without the slot for ~$100.00. It will come with RealWorks' Mini JukeBox which has on-screen play controls.

The video also talks about the Bluetooth module from Widcomm and how useful it could be.

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