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Considering a Toshiba PDA with a compact flash slot

I am considering a Toshiba PDA with a compact flash slot. Are there companies who make accessories to enable PDA's to use 802.11b and g and possibly a?
With the advent of Secure Digital (SD) media and the inclusion of SD slots in most mid to high-end handheld devices, the chief reason why some manufactures (Dell, HP, Sony, Viewsonic, Toshiba) continue to build Compact Flash slots into devices is for Wi-Fi ennoblement. Look to companies such as SanDisk, Socket and Intel which all have CF Wi-Fi cards in their portfolio. However, before you buy, make sure the card will be compatible with your specific device. While you might expect that these would be plug and play solutions, the actual experience is usually anything but. Some cards will work with Pocket PC 2000 and 2002 models, but won't work with 2003 devices. Others will work with Palm devices, but not Pocket PCs, and still others will deliver strong signal strength on one brand of Pocket PC and a weak signal in a competing Pocket PC. To be safe, look for cards that have a 30-day return policy.

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