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Landscape Mode?

Can you switch to landscape mode on the IPAQ H2210/H2215 and the Dell X30? Are there any limitations?

I know on the Tungsten T3, it just takes the touch of a button so I was curious about these models as well.

Thanks!

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Dell has a toll free line in most countries. Take advantage of it. As to the iPaq, I've never seen it do that. Maybe I missed it... But from memory you don't want those models since the Wifi cards (and others) don't work.

Bob

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You said the WiFi cards don't work in the Dell and Ipaq? Can you elaborate?

Thanks!

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"As to the iPaq, ..." Sorry if I mislead you on the X30.

The SDIO issue was on an older model iPaq, so all you need to do is to get agreement you get your money back if the SDIO WiFi doesn't work in your PDA.

Given the dollars I see on the X30 with Wifi, vs. the 2215 and adding a Wifi SD Card, I'd give the nod to the Dell.

Bob

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