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Re: Toshiba e355. Wireless?
"Certain Pocket PC Models have SD or SDIO slots but are not compatible with the SDIO WLAN Card. These include: Toshiba e350 and e750 – these have SDIO slots but do not have SDIO Now! software from BSQUARE. The e355 is the same as the e350.
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Most Toshiba 6100s come standard with wireless cards installed. If you're unsure, just turn on the WiFI antenna switch (near its SD card slot) and see if the WiFi access LED lights up (the WiFi LED is the rightmost LED on the front of the unit) -- if it lights up, then you've got a stock Wireless card in your system.
Email me if you can't determine which card you have.
I had a look and it seems 1GB is about the Maximum? yes Sandisk is a good brand. Frankly anything that works well is OK.
Buy a good brand of card ... SanDisk is my favorite. Kodak would certainly be a good choice too. Don't buy it on eBay, as there are too many counterfeit cards available on eBay.
A Tip: If you use a card reader, you will need a SDHC card reader if you use a SDHC card. Most older card readers can not read a SDHC card.
Tip number 2: Always format a new card with the Camera before taking any pictures. You will find how to format with the camera in the camera User Manual.
You have two questions thrown. And I will try to answer one after the other. You said you have wireless card. If you have no WIFI in your location, your wireless card could not be used so you need a router from the Broadband connection which your satellite computer will have a wire connection from the router. If you have WIFI booster connected from the router, your wireless card will be used without wire connection direct from the router.
No. The secure digital on the Axim only supports memory cards. If you want to use anything else it will have to be for the cf in the Axim. Devices for wifi, bluetooth, and modems are more readily available for cf and are lower priced at the moment too.
just a guse but the batery looks to have enouth mA to run a CF 802.11b card and an sd blue touth card
i think if you will be connected to a network or a wifi connection i would invest the money in the 3400MAH insted of the 1440MAH.