According to amazon.com, the 1121 is for the PalmPilot and Palm III. I have a later GoType and the model number is 2500. On the bottom where it's got the P/N it says "for Palm III/VI". Landware is still in business, but only selling software these days. You could try emailing them to verify Amazon's info and find out if your keyboard works with any other devices, such as the Handspring PDAs or the short-lived TRGPro.
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On the one I have, you put your thumbnail or letter opener at the back of the mouse right below where it says "Staples," at the point, and lift up. It's on the top of the mouse, and it is a little "door."
This happens because you are landing some part your hand (palm) in the touch-pad when you typing. which activates the touch-pad and makes sudden movements in the pointer.
This problems for lot of laptop users, unless you can get use to prevent the hand from touching the touch-pad, the only option is getting a USB keyboard where you can plug in without any drivers and type without any trouble.
It depends on the model. Most have a small catch on the underside of where your palm rests. Depress this then slide the palm rest forward to expose the battery compartment.
If not, please post the model of you mouse.
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I had exact same problem, here is what I did: - remove all palm software from main computer, reboot - reinstall palm software, reboot - get updates from www.palm.com for Palm desktop and install, reboot - get latest keyboard driver from www.palm.com and install, reboot I have a T/X and keyboard #3169WWZ and I am now fully functional again. good luck
Here's the link to the user manual;
check page 16 of the pdf file (page 8 of the manual) it shows the location of the serial port (there is no USB) page 29 of the pdf (page 21 of the manual) shows how the palm sits in the cradle and how the cable connects to your serial (COM) port on the PC. also page 66 of the pdf(page 58 of the manual)claims you can use an otional hotsync cable if you do not have a cradle.
go to this link to download the software required;
there are also some video instruction guides etc.
to order a cradle or a cable if these weren't stolen with the palm.
Hope this helps, please ask again if you have any problems :)