Works with Visor, Deluxe, Platinum, Neo, Pro and Prism
|Cellular Modem Cables
This cable directly connects the Handspring Visor to a multitude cell phones:
StarTac: ST7860, ST7860W, ST7867, ST7867W, ST7868, ST7868W
Timeport: P8060, P8160, P8167, P8767, P8767W
TalkAbout: T8060, T8067, T8160, T8167, T8367
V Series: V8060, V8062, V8160, V8162 (will not work with V60C or V120C
2035, 3035, 6035
QCP-860, 1960, 2760
i500plus, i550plus, i700plus, i1000plus, i2000plus
SCH-611, 811, 822, 2530, 3530, N105, SCH-850, 2000, 2010, 2500, 2860, SPH-M100, SCH-3500, 6100, 8500, Uproar, SPH-N200, SPH-3530, T130, T300, 8580
DM-110, DM-510, SP-110, SP-510, TM-510, TP1100, V111
Touchpoint 1100, 5250
No modem required.
|After using this cable quite a bit over the last week, I would still highly recommend this, but I do wish the cable was longer. If you shop around, you may find one that is longer and cheaper.
|After looking high and low for a similar device, and then pricing the VisorPhone and the Digital Link from Sprint, I was absolutely relieved to find this product. I have the Motorola StarTac ST7867W and connect that to my Visor Pro. No software to install to use the cable. An eight year old can follow the simple setup instructions. Up and running in less than 10 minutes. AvantGo crashed my Visor Pro three times. Perhaps I didn\'t set it up correctly, but I dumped it and went with Eudora for browser and mail. No problems after about an hour or so of use now with Eudora. 40 bux you really can\'t go wrong with something this simple. Sprint charges me an extra five bux a month to use my existing plan\'s minutes as \"wireless web\" minutes also. Something neat about Sprint is that you don\'t need to log on to a specific ISP. They connect you to theirs, at no extra charge. So whenever I am in SprintPCS coverage, I can connect to the internet without having to use long distance even.