OGO 100 disappointment was Re: new clip & go

S. L. Funk (slfunk@smartt.com)
Wed, 22 Jan 1997 07:39:17 -0800 (PST)

Although, I realize your disappointment with the OGO100 and desktop app
interaction you should see the new features in the OGO link to Windows PC
(new connect pack). I can transfer data to and from Word Proc.,
Spreadsheets, Contact Managers, and Databases. I also am, NOW, sync'ing my
contact manager with the OGO's and it is working with no difficulties. This
integration of OGO and the desktop was to long in coming, but better late
than never. And... givin the abilities the OGO now has, there isnt another
PDA (in its price range) that is as powerful or flexible as the OGO 100 or 120.


At 08:15 AM 1/22/97 -0500, you wrote:
> In order to use Clip n' Go you must either purchase the full Clip n'
>Go product or the new Conn. Pack. (no upgrade). HP has been
>uncharacteristically deceptive with its advertising for the 120.
> There are some aftermarket apps that some people have developed
>GDBIO is the one which comes to mind. Frankly, I have given up on
>any substantial interaction between the OGO100 series and desktop
>> Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 00:06:19 -0500 (EST)
>> From: STPRENZ@aol.com
>> To: ogo@lifelike.com
>> Subject: new clip & go
>> I have recently purchased a ogo120 that has the clip & go already installed
>> in it.
>> I also bought the old connectivity pack for the ogo 100. My question is do I
>> have all that I need to translate MS EXCEL files into my ogo spreadsheet or
>> do I need a clip & go software for my pc. If anyone could tell me what I
>> need or what I am doing wrong I would really appreciate it.
>> Tom Prenzlow
>Warren H. Minix
>P.O. Box 411
>Rockland, DE 19732-0411
>email: minix@inet.net
>http: www.inet.net/~minix