1Demo Mobile 2004
The small WiFlyer hub is designed for travelers. Even the power adapter is tiny.
2Demo Mobile 2004 – WiFlyer includes both Ethernet and phone-line support
You can hook the WiFlyer up to either your phone, to dial-up your ISP, or to a traditional broadband network. There are two Ethernet ports, so you can wire up both a broadband connection and a PC.
3Demo Mobile 2004 – The XDA Pocket PC
With a nifty slide-down keyboard, large screen and good battery life, this could be the Pocket PC to beat.
4Demo Mobile 2004 – The XDA Slide-Down Keyboard
The slide-down keyboard is neat-looking, but the keys need to be raised up just a little bit more.
5Demo Mobile 2004 – The Thin XDA
The XDA delivers a small, thin package.
6Demo Mobile 2004 – Skype for Pocket PC
Now you can make free phone calls from your Pocket PC anywhere you can find a network connection.
7Demo Mobile 2004 – The new Linksys Phone Adapter for Vonage
This $60 VOIP adapter is flying off the shelves of Staples, according to Linksys.
8Demo Mobile 2004 – Network Storage Link
Turn any USB 2.0 hard drive into your own NAS.
9Demo Mobile 2004 – Linksys Wireless G Internet Video Camera
The new 802.11g wireless camera delivers a nice big image, wirelessly.