Serial Cradle Option
Windows 95 that have an USB port will have to order the serial cradle or upgrade to Windows 98.
Some versions of Windows 95 supports limited USB services, however, Handspring does not
recommend that the USB cradle should used with Windows 95 at all. Windows NT does not support USB either, so the serial cradle is a necessity for NT
users until Windows 2000 is released.
The serial cradle costs $19.95 when
purchased with a Visor. Visor Deluxe ships with a USB cradle, while Visor (Solo) does not.
No USB port?
Users with Windows 98 but no USB ports
at all can buy a USB expansion card that gives your computer two or
more USB ports. In addition to connecting to Visor with much higher speeds, you
gain the benefit of also being able to use all the new USB products. PCI USB cards can be found for as low as
$24 - click here for a list of cards.
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