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> Found New Power And Sync Cable, retractable usb cable too
Meanie
post Oct 21 2005, 09:17 PM
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Have a look at this:

http://www.visavis.jp/shop/WebObjects/vv.w...1?p=01714800200

A retractable USB sync and power cable. I want one of those smile.gif

some other great products they sell for the zaurus:

http://www.visavis.jp/shop/WebObjects/vv.w....1.0.1?c=PDA714
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post Oct 21 2005, 09:51 PM
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Sweet, and since they also use it for PSP I might even see one here soon?
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Meanie
post Oct 21 2005, 10:33 PM
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QUOTE(A5DF @ Oct 22 2005, 03:51 PM)
Sweet, and since they also use it for PSP I might even see one here soon?
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depends on where here is for you. i know that for me it will never arrive on the local market. we just got the psp locally a few weeks ago and thats it. i already had mine many months ago.
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post Oct 22 2005, 11:32 AM
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Hey all, the "logic3" branded PSP charger/sync cable is available all over the place in the UK - record shops, game shops, you name it, and is less than $10 (less than £6 native wink.gif )

it works brilliantly, and is retractable. The power bit doesn't retract, but it's still damn neat and fits inside the top of the "pouch" that i have for the Z.
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post Oct 25 2005, 07:49 AM
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QUOTE(chiark @ Oct 22 2005, 09:32 PM)
Hey all, the "logic3" branded PSP charger/sync cable is available all over the place in the UK - record shops, game shops, you name it, and is less than $10 (less than £6 native wink.gif )

it works brilliantly, and is retractable.  The power bit doesn't retract, but it's still damn neat and fits inside the top of the "pouch" that i have for the Z.
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Yesssss !
will be in england for the london mayor show (and have a PSP) wink.gif
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post Oct 25 2005, 08:26 PM
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QUOTE(chiark @ Oct 22 2005, 09:32 PM)
Hey all, the "logic3" branded PSP charger/sync cable is available all over the place in the UK - record shops, game shops, you name it, and is less than $10 (less than £6 native wink.gif )

it works brilliantly, and is retractable.  The power bit doesn't retract, but it's still damn neat and fits inside the top of the "pouch" that i have for the Z.
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Hi everybody,

I asked for the same cable in Germany, too. And I got the really true, but a bit frustrating answer that this cable is only as good as the USB power supply behind it. If you have a bad USB hub offering only little more than 5V you will be able to toast your Z. Following the Trisoft guys the charging module inside the Z can be damaged very easily. I'm currently thinking of a limiting electronics board that cuts everything with more than 5V, but I don't have enough time to follow that idea.

Marc
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chiark
post Oct 28 2005, 12:48 PM
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That's very true... I'd assume that any mobo or laptop USB ports are going to be right, but I'd be wary of the cheapest hubs that are available! You could put a voltage limiting zener in there for simple protection, I suppose, but I trust my laptop USB power
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