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Treo USB Modem enables wired DUN for the 650

Evan Blass
03.11.06
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Treo 650 owners frustrated by their lack of Bluetooth DUN can now get their dial up-on, albeit through a wired connection, with Mobile Stream's new Treo USB Modem. This simple software lets either GSM or CDMA Treo owners use their phones as wireless modems for laptops and desktops, although GPRS and 1xRTT aren't going to give you anything close to broadband speeds. The $25 program currently supports just Windows XP, although Mac, Linux, and Treo 600 versions are said to be in the works. Treo USB Modem is available immediately, and a trial version ensures that everythiing works smoothly before you lay down your cash.

[Via Brighthand]

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