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This Audrey has been used 1 time and is BRAND NEW. I have misplaced the stylus but a replacement can be purchased very inexpensively, and the Audrey does not need the Stylus to function.
Busy families can always use help with organization, communication, and convenient access to the Internet for news, weather, shopping, and Web surfing. Enter the 3Com Ergo Audrey ($500 street), 3Com's new eye-catching Internet appliance. The Audrey connects to most ISPs (but not AOL) through an analog phone line or a broadband connection -- a breakthrough for an Internet appliance -- so you can use your existing ISP or broadband connection.
Audrey supports a single ISP for an e-mail account and Internet access. You can synchronize the Audrey's PIM with two Palm PDAs running Palm OS 1.0 and higher. Printing is optional with compatible Canon USB printers (BJC-85, BJC-85W, and BJC-2100). After a few days of use, you might wonder how your family managed without the Audrey.
The Audrey is designed to coordinate with home décor in high-traffic locations, such as a kitchen or family room. It measures 9 by 11.8 by 3 inches (HWD), weighs 4.1 pounds, and can be used either in an upright position or when laid flat. The Audrey's 7.6-inch diagonal, 640- by 480-dpi VGA resolution, 12-bit color touch-screen is legible from a distance of several feet, with a side viewing angle of about 45 degrees. A 5-inch translucent stylus mounts prominently in a top-panel slot and flashes bright green along with the e-mail button when a message is received or to signal an appointment recorded in the PIM. The infrared keyboard has reasonably ample 17-mm key spacing (versus 19-mm on desktop keyboards), but at 9.6 ounces (including two double-A batteries) it is so light that it bounces a bit if you have a heavy typing hand. The keyboard isn't immersible, but it can be cleaned with window cleaner and a damp cloth.
Internet appliances don't compete with regular PCs, but for the record, the Audrey's innards include a 200-MHz Geode GX1 processor, 16MB of ROM, 32MB of RAM (1MB reserved for e-mail), and an upgradable version of the QNX 2000 operating system with HotSync capability. There are two stereo speakers on the top panel, an external speaker jack, a microphone, and a 56K v.90 modem. On the back, Attaching cables was tough with the shield on-so take it off during setup.
ISP setup via the Audrey wizard is quick with either a phone line or broadband connection. For a broadband connection, you need an Ethernet cable and an Audrey compatible USB Ethernet adapter ($60 MSRP). Audrey functions great with dial-up or broadband, but you can enjoy faster response with a broadband connection than with a telephone modem connection.
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*Any Personal Computer Running Microsoft Windows 3.1, 95, 98, 2000, NT, XP, ME, Whistler, CE, Telnet.
*All MAC Operating Systems
*Intenet Appliances: including the 3com Audrey, NetAppliance I-Opener, Gateway Connected Touchpad, Virgin Webplayer, Web TV, Sega Dreamcast, E POD, MSN Companion, Webpal, WebSurfer.