I knew about that. I should have thought about you, but it didn't occur to me at the time.
It turns out that that card and its inability to work (I did call ahead, I always do) was one of the reasons I sold my Casio in favor of the @migo. The other wa its speed and the Symbol's "next week" EVERY WEEK statements. I feel terrible I didn't mention it, I have to get more active with my gadget-site about these things.
idd you order it with a CC? You always could send it back to the vendor and cancel the charge.
> If you recently recieved the Mobileplanet Catalog and decided to buy the neat
> Harmony Compact Flash Wireless Card for you Casio or iPaq, you may want to
> cancel it.
> After reading and rereading the description, it appeared to me as if this card
> was compliant with most office standards ie 802.11b, it is NOT! The descriptions
> mentions wandering around the ofice or the house without wires and the only
> restriction mentioned in the Specs were Casio/iPaq and Type 2 slot. Not a single
> word about needing their Harmony Access point as well.
> Unless you also have one of their propriatary Harmony or Symphony Access points,
> the card will not work. I have 2 different Dlink models and couldn't get them
> work so I called Tech support at Harmony. They confirmed that this device is not
> 802.11b compliant and they have no idea if and when it will be.
> Just thought I'd let you all know, just in case you had the same misconception
> due to Mobileplanet's bad advertising. It's very upsetting to get a new toy and
> not have it work.
> I'm not totally out of luck since my Orinoco Gold PC Card still works in my iPaq
> but it would have been nice to put the Casio on wireless as well. Guess I'll
> have to wait for the Symbol one due out any week now.