XP Tablet PC--Palm PDA's not support

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  1. stevens

    stevens Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I just discovered...after buying a Palm Z22 pda...that Palm has a disclaimer saying it's software does not support Windows XP Tablet PC edition!!!

    Anyone have any experience with this? Is there another PDA line that does work with the OS on tablet pc's?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Brian

    Brian Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    But does it really not work? I'm sure since the base OS is XP Pro that it will be fine.
     
  3. Daring

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    Color me shocked as well. I'd give it a try, or at least call someone at Palm. I use a Pocket PC which works fine. If you really can't use the Palm post here and I'm sure we can start a fine debate about which PDA to choose.:D
     
  4. Dragonlord

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    I wanted to buy a Palm Z22 tomorrow, but in this case i wait for answers to solve the problem. I can't believe why the Palm Software does not support Windows XP Tablet Edition 2005, because it's hardly the same like Windows XP Pro :-(
     
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    I'm syncing a Treo 650 against my Toshiba M200 just fine. Your mileage may vary, though.
     
  6. Brian

    Brian Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    There we go, I knew that was garbage. Palm's just afraid of having to train techs on the OS for support reasons.
     
  7. NewToItAll

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    Yes, I believe what is meant is that Palm will not support the software but it is still compatible.


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  8. newsposter

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    You know that you replied to a THREE YEAR OLD thread.......
     
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