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The Hx 4700 series and the & The Hx2190 have a removable card Compact Flash or SD Card, if the information you want was stored on these you can buy a USB Card reader from woolies plug the SD or Compact flash into the card reader and plug it into the USB port of your PC or mac and it will be readable (no drivers needed). You may also be interested to know that there are updated ROMS available for this model to update the OS & the Office Apps + increase the max capacity of the storage cards that are recognized.
I would rather go for CF wifi card, because Panasonic doesn't states that this one has SDIO type slot. If you use CF slot you will have to find WIFI card cover - it's different one - it will allow to close top cover with the card inside.
I just gave up one of these for other reasons. I stopped having memory problems when I purchased and inserted an SD card to store extra data on. When I first inserted it, it told me there wasn't enough memory to even load the driver for the SD card. I imagine you will have the same problem. I solved it by deleting a bunch of pictures and email and then doing a soft reset on the phone. Once I that was done, the SD card loaded and the email program automatically started saving attachments to the card instead of the internal memory. Make sure you set the options for pictures to save on the card if you use the camera.
What can & cannot be downloaded will be determined by your setup in ActiveSynch on the desktop.
When connected right click on the Inbox on ActiveSynch main screen & select settings. Check mark the "Include File Attachments".
If you are downloading the jpg files uncheck the "Limit Attachment size to" so complete attachments will be downloaded.
On the PDA start the inbox, tap on Tools - Options - Storage. You should get the option of saving the attachments on storage card if one is available to save on main memory usage.
But this might not be an option if you use a CF wireless ethernet card for connecting & Synching. If it does show up you will have to uncheck this option to save the attachments in main memory.
Hope this helps.