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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2023-03-15 8:17 AM
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torch - 2023-03-13 3:12 PM


You have to do more research to see if this will work for your model but I found this on eBay

Here’s the part number I think so you can also check. JK512CR


The connector on that cradle was pretty much a standard connector for multiple Casio devices - it even worked in the BE-300. I admit I'm not familiar with the EM series, though, so I can't say if it'll work or not.
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NarakuITA Page Icon Posted 2023-03-15 9:24 PM
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So if I had to take a Casio Pocket PV-S250, would the base also fit the Casio Pocket PV-S460?
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2023-03-16 4:15 PM
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The PV series 250 2mb & 460 4mb, pocket viewer, use the same dock. They both run off simple pair of AAA batteries. They both use Casio propietory software to sync/transfer data from desktop to handheld. You cannot add any apps to these handhelds. They do not run any version of CE. They are simplistic PDAs only. They do not charge through the dock, they use it only to sync data through a standard serial port.

The dock Torch mentioned is the same for all Casio E and EM series pocketpcs, and works to both charge and sync data
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NarakuITA Page Icon Posted 2023-03-17 9:34 AM
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Rich Hawley - 2023-03-16 4:15 PM


The PV series 250 2mb & 460 4mb, pocket viewer, use the same dock. They both run off simple pair of AAA batteries. They both use Casio propietory software to sync/transfer data from desktop to handheld. You cannot add any apps to these handhelds. They do not run any version of CE. They are simplistic PDAs only. They do not charge through the dock, they use it only to sync data through a standard serial port.

The dock Torch mentioned is the same for all Casio E and EM series pocketpcs, and works to both charge and sync data


A thousand thanks!
I think the same thing is for the Palm m100 device?
I found one in excellent condition.
I would like to have one to synchronize it with the PC, (contacts, tasks, notes etc, etc)
From what I've seen maybe it's compatible with Windows 95.
Does anyone have confirmation?
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fantablium Page Icon Posted 2023-03-18 5:12 PM
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I think the M100 is a USB connected device. You need a Pilot, Palm III or Palm Vx, if you want to sync over serial. There's always IR if you have one on your 95 machine

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NarakuITA Page Icon Posted 2023-03-19 6:07 PM
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I checked the supplier and the Palm m100 has a COM serial cable
https://www.ebay.it/itm/115730250964
Now looking on ebay I also found a much newer Palm m130 and in perfect condition. The dealer has confirmed to me that this has a USB cable.
https://www.ebay.it/itm/334794937659
Now if I understand correctly I'm could buy a USB to serial COM port adapter?

Edited by NarakuITA 2023-03-19 6:07 PM
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torch Page Icon Posted 2023-03-31 5:54 AM
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NarakuITA - 2023-03-19 11:07 AM


Now if I understand correctly I'm could buy a USB to serial COM port adapter?

Just to clarify:
1-Do you mean the USB cable on the device to a serial port on the host PC
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2-The serial cable on the device to a USB port on the host PC?
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