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3. LANDWARE INC Wine Enthusiast Guide
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4. MONEY Magazine Financial Assistant
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5. Wine Enthusiast Guide 2004 For
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6. Leonard Maltin 2004 Movie &
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8. LandWare GoType Portable Keyboard
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1. Pocket Quicken 2.0 For Palm & Pocket PC
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Asin: B0000A2QBQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LandWare, Inc.
Sales Rank: 446
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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  • Instant access to account balances, transactions, credit limits, budgets, and more
  • Keep your Quicken info complete, accurate, and up-to-date wherever you go
  • Seamless single-step data transfer; protected data with PIN access
  • Provides excellent connectivity via Palm's built-in HotSync technology
  • Lightning fast data entry with QuickFill and memorized transactions

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this PQ!!!
I have been a Quicken user for so long I can't even remember when I started using it! I purchased my PQ with a gift certificate I was given, but even if I had to spend my own money, I'd be just as happy with this product!

I absolutely love the pocket companian app in PQ! For those of you who want the ease of entering info as it happens, instead of trying to hold on to receipts until you get back on your pc, pocket quicken is your answer!

It was so easy to load, and very easy to use. Manual, what manual? Never read it!

Hope it works as well for you as it does for me.

To the first reviewer I'd say, you're probably the one in the minority. I'd bet the majority of PQ users are already Quicken users dealing with one person/household set of accounts. I hope you don't dissuade too many users from trying this great product.

PS: My favorite feature is the password protection you get on your PDA, just in case wandering eyes or a lost PDA befall you.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good - But Not Completely Realized.
First off, if you have Quicken on a PC, have only one account on it just for you, and want EVERYTHING in Quicken on your Palm then this might work for you. But then there's the rest of us...

My girfriend saw me using Quicken 2003 and asked if they made something similar for Palm. I was surprised to see that they did! She doesn't use a PC for anything except internet. Everything else is on her Palm. So I brought her Palm to work to install PQ only to have it ask for the quickenw file. Great! Now I find out that's not a standalone app. I look on the box and sure enough it says it's a, "Companion" to Quicken. So after a few minutes I talk my girlfriend into using Quicken on my PC. Finally she concedes and we set up an account for her. OK! So I hotsync with PQ only to discover...that there's MY account also on her Palm. WTF? I delete it from PQ and resync - there it is again! I come to find out that you can't choose what accounts get uploaded to PQ. It's all or nothing. OR - you can, "hide" your main Quicken account and have PQ, "omit" it which is terribly inconvenient. Give me a break. For the $40 we paid this thing is a joke. It should have the option to standalone for that price, but to not be able to choose accounts is a travesty. This software is half-baked IMO and should be avoided unless you fall into that first rare group.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for my needs!
I've been a user of Quicken for 5 years now and I'm addicted to tracking my finances through it. When I bought my Pocket PC 4 months ago, I wanted to use it to track my finances also, but it was too expensive at the retail stores. When it finally dropped a few bucks, I decided to try it. I'm mainly wanted it to track the cash I'm spending because in my business I deal with a lot of cash transactions and it's too easy to spend the cash without tracking it and it's a total pain to sit down at a computer with a pocket full of reciepts.

Just like other software, I popped in the CD followed the instructions and everything loaded onto my Pocket PC with the greatest of ease. All of my transactions (the last 3 months), account information, memorized transactions, everything. I printed off the intructions and I'm off and running. Seriously easy to use, I'm just amazed.

If you like to use Quicken, and have a Pocket PC, this software is a MUST have! I absolutely don't regret spending the money on it now. ... Read more

2. Pocket Quicken V2.0 for Palm Os 2.0 Or Higher (DVD Style Box)

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Asin: B00007G33Z
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 2333
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Landware Pocket Quicken v.2.0 - Complete Product - Financial Management - 1 User(s) Complete Product - StandardPocket Quicken places your financial activity at your fingertips making it easy to keep your Quicken information complete, accurate and up-to-date wherever you go. Effortless data entry coupled with instant access to account balances, transactions, credit limits, budgets and more adds up to financial clarity in the Palm of your hand. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Discipline made easy
I got Quicken and I thought it would be horrendous trying to keep up with all the data entry.I thought, boy would it be easier if I could sync with my palm pilot (which goes with me everywhere, to every store, and to every cash register).When I looked, sure enough, some genius had thought of the same thing before I did.The software incorporates a similar format to the PC version, so entries require as few stylus strokes as possible.

I am a dentist, and there is a principle in dentistry that applies here: the easier something is to use, the more it will get used and the more effective it will be.This software makes Quicken practical because you can enter it at the point of sale and be DONE with it.No harboring receipts, no pile ups of entries to be made.All you gotta do is make it a point to enter it at the cashier, and that can usually be done while the receipt is being printed out.

If you are checking this out, you already know you could use it.I'm here to tell you that it will pay for itself, so take the plunge.Don't let your finances go out of whack because you aren't using your Quicken. ... Read more

3. LANDWARE INC Wine Enthusiast Guide 2005 for Palm / Pocket PC

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Asin: B0007Q2GQI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Landware Inc
Sales Rank: 19318
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  • Palm OS 3 or later, Pocket PC 2002 or later, a Windows or Macintosh desktop (to load software)

4. MONEY Magazine Financial Assistant for Palm OS
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Asin: B00007APXH
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LandWare, Inc.
Sales Rank: 4105
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Whether you're calculating a lease payment or yield to maturity,splitting a restaurant bill, or simply comparing the prices of different sizedpackages, the Financial Assistant will help evaluate financial problems quicklyand accurately.

If you know how to fill out a paper form, you already know how to use the MoneyMagazine Financial Assistant. Whether you work on Wall Street or are gettingready to buy your first home, the Financial Assistant will help you makeinformed decisions.

The Financial Assistant includes a collection of 45 problem-solving worksheets,conveniently grouped into 8 categories. Manage over 150 different financialdecisions including loans, leases, mortgages, marketing and investment analysis,personal finance, everyday math, savings, tuition, and retirement planning. There's no need to memorize obscure keystrokes or to understand complexfinancial terminology. Simply select the appropriate worksheet and fill in theblanks--the answers are instantly calculated for you.

The Financial Assistant provides customizable schedules for savings, mortgages,loans, depreciation, and more. At your desk or on the road, the FinancialAssistant can compare loans and interest rates as well as help you make informedleasing, renting, or buying decisions.

The Financial Assistant includes an optionally installable set of electroniclessons ("Money 101") created by the editors at Money magazine to helpyou invest, save, borrow, and spend more wisely. If you're interested in thebasics of banking and investing in mutual funds, or you just want to controlyour debt, the essentials of each lesson can be absorbed in just 10 minutes. ... Read more

5. Wine Enthusiast Guide 2004 For Palm & Pocket PC
list price: $24.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0001851H8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LandWare, Inc.
Sales Rank: 455
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • Mobile companion for choosing, evaluating, managing, and enjoying wine
  • Up-to-date reviews, ratings, and details for 10,000+ wines worldwide
  • Comprehensive wine glossary with over 1,400 terms and definitions
  • Gain further wine knowledge with an in-depth Wine 101 course
  • Interactive vintage chart with wine maturity and harvest-quality ratings

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Content but Beware Copy Protection and Support

The Wine Enthusiast's PDA Guide 2004 Edition is an incredibly useful program and very appropriate for a PDA. If you are new to wines, it will guide you through the learning process and help you avoid disappointing purchases. If you like to explore new vintners and new vintages, it's a great tool to take with you when shopping at the local wine merchant. And if you're out at dinner and you're overwhelmed by the wine list, this is exactly what you need to cut through the clutter and pick the perfect beverage.

The reviews are numerous (over 10,000), but brief and to the point. It will easily group wines by variety, price, rating, style and region. You can even use it to maintain your personal tasting notes and cellar inventory.


The Guide has some nice technical features. You can beam information to other PDA users and even store the program on a removable memory card. But because of the small memory footprint it occupies, you may not have to take advantage of that feature. The installation is straightforward.

HOWEVER, the poorly designed copy protection scheme can be a real problem. And unfortunately, the documentation is silent on this. When you install the program from the CD or purchase an activation code after downloading the Guide from LandWare, the program links the Guide, the activation code and the owner's name as listed on your PDA. This is not a problem unless you modify the PDA owner's name. In my case I simply added my middle initial. Any change, even in case, will invalidate the install and cause the program to deny entrance and ask you to purchase a new license. So rather than linking the copy protection to a serial number on the CPU or some other element of the PDA hardware, LandWare chose to link it to a user-changeable field and didn't bother to warn you not to change that field. This is very poor design, not something a technologist would have created. Maybe marketing designed it?


I contacted LandWare for assistance and was told the following:

1) The software is licensed to a specific user for one PDA. Aside from the fact this is contrary to their license agreement (installation on one PDA at a time and create one backup copy), my Axim 3i, like most PDAs, is not multi-user capable unless you count handing it from person to person.

2) Initially, they were unwilling to help me because I had not sent in my warranty card. The fact that one had not been included in the sealed CD case I received from Amazon and that there is no way to register online did not seem to matter.

3) Because I had purchased the Guide from a third party (Amazon), and not downloaded it from their site, I would have to fax them a Xerox of my CD and the authorization number before they would try to help me gain access to the Guide and the data I had already entered, even though I had the authorization number and CD I had originally used to install.

4) I suggested in a very nice way that I understood why they had copy protection and that for future releases perhaps they should consider linking the copy protection to something inside the PDA like a serial number or configuration that doesn't change. And if that was not workable, that they at least warn people not to modify the username field on their PDA. I received a curt response that I can best characterize as "Shut up and sit down. We own it and this is the way we do it."

In the end I did a hard reset and reloaded my applications to get the Guide to properly reinstall. And of course I lost all of my tasting comments and cellar data from the Guide.


It's great content, but LandWare stumbles on poorly designed copy protection and weak support. The Wine Enthusiast is a great magazine and I am very excited to see them produce this product. I just wish that had chosen someone else to produce and support it.

Caveat Emptor. Know what you are buying and the risks involved. ... Read more

6. Leonard Maltin 2004 Movie & Video Guide
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Asin: B0001594CY
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: LandWare, Inc.
Sales Rank: 5596
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7. LANDWARE INC Wine Enthusiast Summer 2002

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Asin: B00007BGRL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Landware Inc
Sales Rank: 46598
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  • Select wines with confidence -- over 10,000 different wines from around the world are described
  • Get up-to-date information onreviews, prices, region, grape variety and more
  • Look up the definitions to over 1,400 different wine-tasting phrases
  • Manage your wine collection more easily with the powerful and easy-to-use cataloguing tools
  • You can even beam wine details to another handheld to share your newfound knowledge of the vine!

8. LandWare GoType Portable Keyboard for PalmPilot and Palm III
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000K10E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 10509
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The LandWare GoType! keyboard connects directly to your Palm device via its docking port, no cables required. Just drop your Palm organizer into the integrated cradle and start typing. You won't even need batteries. GoType! has been specially designed to produce a very low power draw. Its six user-defined function keys provide rapid access to 24 applications, and special keys execute commands and shortcuts. GoType! supports all Palm OS applications that accept text input. Its lightweight yet robust design measures only 10 by 4 by 0.75 inches. The protective cover folds flat while traveling. It weights only 11 ounces (approximately). You'll enjoy true touch-typing with 2.3-millimeter key travel and tactile feel, and generous 17-millimeter key spacing--all providing quiet, high-speed touch-typing. ... Read more


  • For PalmPilot, Palm III series, and Palm VII series--as well as IBM WorkPad and TRGpro
  • Connects directly via docking port
  • Designed for low power drain, no batteries required
  • 6 user-defined function keys
  • Includes popular TakeNote word processor and WordSleuth thesaurus

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Keyboard for the Palm!
This keyboard is what enabled my Palm to be a complete laptop replacement! I use it every day in my grad school classes, and I don't know how I lived without it. It is sturdy and very well constructed- I don't have any worries at all about just tossing it in my backpack. The integrated keyboard cover protects the keyboard without having to buy a separate case. And it comes with a FREE full-featured word processing program, TakeNote, and the WordSleuth thesaurus- indispensable tools for a student like me! But what I like best are all the little details- six programmable function keys across the top of the keyboard, that allow you to launch any program at the touch of a button. A numeric keypad when you hit the numlock key. Two stylus holders so that you can keep your stylus handy in case you might need it. A very simple and small software driver that instantly recognizes the keyboard as soon as you plug in the Palm. The ability to hotsync to my PC without a cradle- the GoType has an integrated serial port on the side and they give you a free cable in the box! Not having to worry about batteries- the GoType just runs off your organizer's power, and doesn't noticeably drain the batteries at all. Tech Support is completely free by email, though I have never needed any help. The keyboard simply does what it says, without any hassle or fuss. You just can't do any better than the GoType. I recommend it very highly, and I am sure that as soon as you try it out for yourself, you also will be wondering how you ever lived without it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, Great value
We have both the GoType keyboards and the Palm portable keyboard, and while the GoType does not have quite the same "wow" factor as the Palm keyboard, it's sturdier and it's much better value - because it also comes with word processing software which is important if you want to type and read documents longer than a memo (and if you get the Palm V version it also functions as a hotsync and charging cradle). It is also almost as fast to type on as a full-sized keyboard as long as you don't have large stubby male fingers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Key to Productivity
When I won a PalmVIx in a raffle, I was determined to make the most of it. As an author, I had been frustrated with my lack of mobile computing capability and this seemed to be a godsend. However, for any extensive writing, the stylus soon made my hand cramp and reduced the usefulness of the handheld.

All this changed after I bought the keyboard. It's large enough to touch-type at a speed almost matching that of my desktop machine, so I'm now able to write whole chapters on the Palm while I'm on the go, and come home to put them on my desktop machine.

4-0 out of 5 stars a sturdy companion for travel or home
This little gadget does away with the biggest complaint most folks have with a Palm - you can enter data quickly without Graffiti. I learned the aforementioned curse of data input back on a Newton MessagePad, so I'm very used to it and rarely hit a wrong stroke. But I still love having this as an option for jotting down quick thoughts, whether it's at the table in the breakfast room while listening to support voicemail, or on a ferry to the Outer Banks for a few days off, I have carried and typed lots of data with this little guy, in places that a laptop or the larger fold-out keyboard would not be as easy to use. Sure, the keys are smaller (duh!) and the layout is not exactly the same as a desktop 105-key. And my Corolla is not an SUV! For what it's intended to be, this gadget is tops. As a desktop replacement, well, we'll just have to wait!

2-0 out of 5 stars Great idea and design but...
I read the reviews on the LandWare GoType and the Palm keyboards and bought the GoType as a result. I had two issues with it:

1) Smaller keyboard was easy to get used to width-wise but the rows are too narrow. I personally found it too hard to not hit the wrong row (hitting the number row when going for the top letter row).

2) As reported in other reviews, it wouldn't keep up if you typed too quickly. I'm far from an expert touch typist, but I found myself having to deliberately slow down as I typed. That's fine if you have hours to type something on the plane, but not good if you're trying to keep up during a meeting or something along those lines.

Product was very, very solid, but it didn't work out for me. So back it went. ... Read more

9. LandWare Gotype Portable Keyboard Casio E-100/105/115/125
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006BBBH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 35524
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10. LandWare GoVox Digital Voice Recorder for Palm III
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000036556
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 12358
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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  • Slimline design, replaces Palm fliptop cover
  • Records up to 99 messages
  • 8 minutes of recording time
  • Self-contained, autonomous operation
  • Simple one-handed, push-button design

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beeps are a good thing!
I love this little gadget! The person working in a library should learn graffiti, not downgrade the rating on a product because he demands stealth mode! I like the beeps, because sometimes I will accidentally tap the buttons through my pocket and hear the recording beep. I also put a short "buffer" note in that I make the active note so that a tap to the delete button doesn't erase important data. Mine outlasted both my Palm III and a HandEra 330. I wish there was one available for the Palm m505, which is what I just got!

If you contact me, I may be persuaded to sell mine, but don't count on it! I still use it, even tho it doesn't fit my new Palm!

1-0 out of 5 stars Revolutionary product, But Shinei is a terrible company
The go-vox is distributed by Landware but produced by Shinei, a Singapore based company. I have Palm IIIc and decided to shop on Shinei's on-line shop since they sell a product specifically for the IIIC. What a mistake. I purchased the product on 19 Jan 01, my credit card charged on 5 Feb 01. I still have not recieved the product. I have sent many e-mails to Shinei requesting assistance but have only received one response in more than 2 months stating that they may have problems shipping the product. I have sent 3 e-mail addresses to contact me and 2 mailing addresses.I would definitely stay away from this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Addition
Adding this cover/voice recorder is the best addition that I've made to my Palm Pilot. Now instead of carrying 2 devices, one for voice recording and the other being my Palm Pilot, I carry only one that handles both functions. The Palm can now be used for recording directions or phone numbers when I am on the phone in the car by simply repeating them as they are relayed to me. Also, since the Palm is always kept in a handy spot, so is my digital recorder. I did file off nubs so that lid closes like old one. Great concept, great product.

2-0 out of 5 stars Stop the beep.
I've only had this device for a day but have comments. On the plus side, it has better voice quality and more memory than the Voice It Recorder I used to own. On the negative side, It's hard to flip the cover open. It makes a snapping sound while being opened and doesn't open as smoothly as the orginal Palm cover. The other negative--and my biggest comlaint--is the beeping noise when the buttons are pushed. I use the GoVox most often in a library, where I make voice notes from newspapers and magazines that I read. I speak softly into the device so as not to annoy other library patrons, but I can't supress the beep, although I try to by covering the speaker. Too bad the beep can't be turned off.

5-0 out of 5 stars It works for me!
I found this unit to work well. Since I always have my Palm with me, I now have a voice recorder with me as well. I have not had any of the problems the other reviewers have mentioned. I like mine and find it very useful. It is especially handy when driving and you remember an important action item. Record it before you forget it and then enter it in your Palm at your next stop. ... Read more

11. Landware GoType Keyboard for Palm m500
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B000077XI8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 45582
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12. LandWare GoType Pro Keyboard for Palm V & Palm VX
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000K10G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 20401
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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Enjoy the convenience of touch-typing and rapidly entering text into your Palm application with the LandWare GoType! Pro portable keyboard. To use this keyboard, just slide your Palm V into the dock of the LandWare GoType! Pro and start typing.

The keys on the well-designed GoType! Pro keyboard are comfortable, responsive, and only slightly smaller than those of a normal keyboard. Also, unlike the keys on this keyboard's predecessor, which was made for the Palm III, these keys are placed properly for fast touch-typing. You will need a little time to get used to the narrower typing space, but the convenience of rapid data entry without an attached PC is worth the effort.

You can assign four applications to each of the GoType! Pro's six function keys for a total of 24 applications. The GoType! Pro has additional keys that are set up to execute often used commands and shortcuts.

The folding protective cover closes the unit into a compact rectangle that's ideal for travel. The GoType! Pro requires no batteries, which is both an advantage (lighter weight) and a disadvantage (greater power drain on the Palm).

The GoType! Pro has an extra serial port and comes with a cable for synchronizing directly with your desktop PC, so you won't have to take along a HotSync cradle while traveling. You can also recharge your Palm V while it's docked in the GoType! Pro.

The GoType! Pro compact portable keyboard makes a convenient, practical accessory--it's indispensable if you enter a lot of text into your Palm. ... Read more


  • For Palm V, Vx, or IBM WorkPad c3
  • Connects directly via docking port
  • Designed for low power drain, no batteries required
  • Built-in serial port and 6 user-defined function keys
  • Includes popular TakeNote word processor and WordSleuth thesaurus

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars LandWare GoType Pro Keyboard for Palm Vx
Pros: solid keyboard with no folding -- harder to damage than the Palm rendition.
The keyboard is slightly smaller than a normal keyboard so is a little hard to type comfortably for longer entries, but for most Palm entries, it works fine.
Cons: It is larger than practical for me for most uses since I got a palm to avoid carrying a laptop/bulky stuff. So while it is nice that is one solid piece, I don't use it as much as I would if it fit in my fanny pack.

5-0 out of 5 stars Home Run
This is a great product and I cannot find one thing to complain about with Landware. They even have good customer service, as my software download problem was solved in minutes with no waiting. It's tough, light, tiny, and easy to carry around. You can type anywhere regardless of surface, on your knees even. Don't under-estimate the advantage that it has no power supply of its own, so no battery issues. No observable extra battery drain on your Palm V either. This GoType solves the shift key problem I mentioned in my GoType III review, and it improves the keystroke feel so much that it feels like a regular keyboard to me. The key layout is slightly changed and improved too, over the III. The serial port and recharge function mean that the keyboard supplies you with a second synch cradle too (although it does not come with the necessary AC adaptor, which is not available separately as far as I can tell--you have to buy a travel kit or a Palm V/Vx to get one. Go figure.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of extras
I'm really impressed with this product.

First, it's about half the price of the Palm product (which I've used) and I like this one better. I prefer the one piece (non folding) construction - can't put it in your pocket, but easily fits in a briefcase or backpack. Just feels solid, whereas the folding ones feel flimsy. Excellent docking base for the Palm, supports it really well.

It came with some nice extras I wasn't expecting. It came with a full functioned Word Processer (complete with Spell check, a thesaurus) capable of saving in .doc format, then loading directly into Word upon HotSync. If bought by itself, this software is about the same price of the keyboard - here, it's a great free bonus. I also appreciate the fact that you can HotSync directly from the keyboard, something many other models don't do.

This is a great keyboard, and truly does make the Palm function more like a mini-laptop. Well worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Accessory
This keyboard provides a lot of functionality to a Palm V or Vx. It almost makes it a laptop replacement. Very satisfied with the way it works, except my big fingers get in the way.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent and Useful!
This product has turned my Palm Vx from a PDA into a laptop replacement. I use it to type notes, write e-mail, and pretty much everything else that requires data entry. The stylus is still necessary for many applications, but I've gotten used to it.

As other reviewers have noted, there are a few quirks to work around, but they haven't seemed that serious to me. You get used to them, and the added convenience of the keyboard definitely outweighs the oddities that come from using it. ... Read more

13. Landware GOTYPE! Keyboard for iPAQ 3500 series
list price: $109.99
our price: $63.64
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Asin: B00009M94B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 51501
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14. Landware Leonard Maltin's 2005 Movie Guide for Palm, Pocket PC Handhelds, and Smartphones
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B0002Z23KI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 9596
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  • Ratings, summaries and details for over 20,000 films in every gerne
  • Browse a ranked list of popular films, voted on by thousands of different viewers
  • Complete filmographies for thousands of movie personalities, from the famous to the obscure
  • Film library tools help you organize & manage your movie collection
  • Get direct access to film premieres, DVD release dates, and film festivals

15. LandWare Floating Point Stylus for Palm M500
list price: $13.99
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Asin: B00006HUMG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 23450
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best stylus I have used
When the original stylus that came with my Palm m515 started to slip out of its storage slot, I decided I needed a replacement. I ordered several different brands to find the stylus that suited me best. Of the four different m500 series replacement styli that I tried, this was by far my favorite. The stylus has a weighted metal shaft and fits perfectly into the storage slot. But what really makes this stylus heads above the rest is its spring-loaded plastic tip, which resembles the lead of a mechanical pencil. The extra "give" in the tip makes this stylus very easy on the screen, and it has noticeably decreased the number of recognition errors that I get when writing graffiti. If you can justify paying the high price for this stylus, I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent stylus
Landware has a winning formula with this stylus. It is nicely balanced and has a natural feel to it. I thought it was a little pricey before I bought it, but using is believing. I wish only that Landware would make the FP stylus for more PDA models. ... Read more

16. LandWare GoVox Digital Voice Recorder for Palm V
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004T9RO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 29428
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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Add voice memo recording capability to your Palm V organizer with the goVox digital recorder by LandWare.This recorder attaches to the side-mounted slide rail on your Palm V organizer and functions as a stand-alone voice recorder. It is only slightly thicker than the standard flip cover and offers one-hand operation. It's easy to use, and there isn't any need to launch an application on your Palm.A record button on the goVox cover quickly captures your directions, reminders, or ideas.

The 8 kHz digital recording gives you great sound. You also get 99 messages or a total of 8 minutes of recording time.

The goVox is a self-contained unit and doesn't require the use of the organizer's serial port, memory, or batteries. Its own batteries will last up to 3 months with normal use. ... Read more


  • Digital voice recorder for Palm V organizer
  • Unobtrusive slimline physical integration with your Palm
  • Records up to 99 messages or a total of 8 minutes
  • Convenient one-hand operation
  • Does not drain Palm memory or batteries

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Hinge problem is major issue
I got it - I liked it as it provides a quick way to record tasks and notes which you don't want to taken the time to log into your Palm....then, after 5 months - much like many other users - the damned hinge broke. It no longer attaches to the Palm so any advantage it had over any other voice recorder is gone. Until they make a stonger hinge - I'd recommend buying a normal digital voice recorder

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice try - but a waste of money.
The GoVox for Palm V seems like a nice idea - record a note while driving when your hands are not free to jot. But I found the design not robust. Sometimes it doesn't record even with carefully correct button sequences. It just seems dead. Other times it begins recording when stashed in my pocket and bumped. The buttons are not sufficiently recessed to prevent this. I replaced it once in case the first unit was simply a lemon. But the second unit behaved just the same. It turned out to be a waste of money and time for me. I'll go back to a slim hard case and work on my human memory.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great idea, but hinge breaks
The GoVox is a great concept, and works reasonably well, but mine has found a home in the bottom of a junk drawer. Why? The hinge broke off after only a few months of use - and careful treatment. And, the lack of a headset jack and loud speaker makes your personal memos ("Call back doctor") into public announcements when you're doing playback. I covered the speaker with a bit of tape, which helped make it quiet, but also muffles the sound a bit. I *do* like the beep when you start/stop recording.

2-0 out of 5 stars A great idea, but ...
This add-on is a great idea: it replaces your leather-covered screen protector with an easy to use voice recorder, and adds only a few millimeters more to the thickness of the slim Palm you bought originally (in part) for its slim profile. The recorder can hear your voice even if you whisper, allowing you to give it notes without calling attention to yourself. And the package is an eye-catcher with its clear smoke plastic case showing the marvelous electronic guts. But, herein lies its achilles tendon - the plastic forms the hinge that permits it to swing out of the way when you use the Palm. The hinge has two points at which it narrows to about a 1/16 of an inch. Mine broke after about two months of careful use - I expect others will break quicker - the first time it bangs into something. I have tried to use epoxy to repair the break, but the plastic is under pressure from a spring inside the hinge that keeps the recorder closed over the Palm, and even epoxy isn't enough to make up for the weakness. So, now I have an eye-catching piece of techno-trash for that bottom desk drawer. If the inventors had only gone for less eye-candy with a metal case or at least a metal hinge, it would be a 5-star accessory. Instead, its a waste of money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Just sits on the Palm
This recorder is in now way integrated with the Palm, other than that it sticks to it. It's just a voice recorder in a funny looking case. I'd buy a more rugged cover next time, and get a compact and ergonomic voice recorder. ... Read more

17. LandWare GoType Keyboard for Handspring Visor
list price: $69.99
our price: $48.44
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Asin: B00004TF4V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 6030
Average Customer Review: 4.09 out of 5 stars
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The LandWare GoType keyboard for the Handspring Visor enables you toenter text into your organizer with minimal setup time. Specifically designedfor the Handspring Visor, it includes space for the Visor's Springboard modules.Although it shares many features with other GoType keyboards, there have been afew changes to the keyboard itself, including repositioned cursor and tab keys,and dedicated caps lock and num lock keys. Users may program up to six keys forquick access to functions. It comes with a cable for easy computer connectionand includes a durable protective hood that folds down to cover the keyboardwhen it's not in use. It measures 10 by 4 by 1.5 inches, and weighs less than 12ounces. ... Read more


  • USB port and cable for computer connection
  • No cable hookup or batteries required
  • Includes 6 user-defined function keys
  • Lightweight design includes protective hood
  • Compatible with Handspring Visor handheld organizer (not compatible with Handspring Visor Prism)

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars do yourself a favor & get the GoType
You want a keyboard. You're sick of entering everything with the stylus and I don't blame you. Now you have to decide between the Landware GoType Pro and the Targus fold-up model. I picked the GoType because it seemed sturdier, more durable, doubled as a HotSync cradle, and came with free software. It's also cheaper.

When I opened the box I was shocked to see how small the GoType is -- it folds down into a very compact unit. I admit I was slightly worried about the small keys but I adjusted to them within an hour. The pull-out foot at the base of the keyboard makes it balance perfectly on my lap. The design is very functional -- MemoPad, DateBook, Address Book buttons right on the keyboard, the screen tilts at a nice angle, and there's a slot for your stylus. Now I lie on my bed and use my Visor and keyboard rather than sitting at my desk to use my PC. I didn't expect much of the free software, but I was pleasantly surprised. TakeNote is a full-featured word processing application! I'm now using it in place of Wordsmith.

I unhesitatingly recommend this product. I only wish I'd ordered it sooner.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best typing solution
I used to have a Palm Vx with a GoType Pro that proved to be more than excellent for light word processing needs. It almost seems that Landware *improved* the action and performance of the keyboard for the Visor model. Yes, it is small, but it is a *much* more solid product that the Targus/Palm keyboard. I have yet to see one of these actually open, extend, and close properly. I found the keys to be excellent for touch-type and not all that difficult to work with. Add to that the fact that it doubles as a HotSync cradle , that it's $30 cheaper, and you quickly see that it's a better value. It would be interesting to see Landware make a PalmOS unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressed my Friends
This thing is really great! I got my Visor Prism a good while ago, and since I'm finally back in school I started looking at keyboards. Of course you all know that the choices for a full size keyboard are the Gotype! and the stowaway. In almost any case I'm willing to sacrafice compactness for functionality. Which perfectly matches the scenario of the Gotype! vs. Stowaway. All my friends that have Visors(3) thought that the stowaway was the best by far just because it folds down to pocket size. But I was wishing on the Gotype! to be the best. It has shortcut keys programmable for up to 18 different functions. The keys aren't that small, they are actually better than keys on a full size keyboard. Although, I must admit, after using the Gotype! for a while, when I went back to a full size keyboard it seemed huge. The typing is so great I even typed up a whole paper on the palm os. With the portability compared to a normal keyboard, as I was typing my paper, I was able to take the keyboard all over the house with me. The absolute ONLY problem I had was when the keyboard wouldn't respond I had to do a soft reset, and this only happened twice. The first day I brought it to school my friends were amazed. All day they were begging me to try it. I even used it for an interview for our school paper. This makes any typing application perform ten times better. And this also works with AOL Mail for IMing and checking mail. My friends are insane for this keyboard, I will be using this for as long as I have my Visor Prism.

3-0 out of 5 stars Big hands? Then look elsewhere
I recently purchased the GoType keyboard for the Handspring Visor directly from the Landware website, and unfortunately have found it to be, for me, an almost completely unusable product.

This isn't to say that it's a BAD product, however. For a lot of people, it's no doubt extremely useful. The keyboard itself is very well uilt and fully functional, with nicely laid out keys. Though a bit bigger than the Stowaway when not in use, it's still pretty compact, and can easily fit inside a bookbag. And while the outer casing can get a bit scratched and dinged, it does a good job of keeping the keyboard itself safe from damage.

But now the bad part. If you have large hands, and especially if you hunt and peck, this keyboard is very difficult to use. The keys are just too close together, and have a very low profile, requiring you to press them down firmly right in the middle of the key to register the keystroke. Using the GoType, while still faster than graffiti, has cut my typing speed down to less than half of normal (and I'm not that quick to begin with), and long term typing leaves my wrists sore. In a lot of cases I'm actualy faster using the stylus and the onscreen keyboard on my Visor, and can actually type faster using a thumbboard.

To make matters worse, the keyboard did not come with the promised bundled software (TakeNote and WordSleuth). The Landware website I bought it from was advertising a free bundle with Blue Nomad's excellent Wordsmith program, but even that was a bit misleading: I had to email their support department to discover that the software is not "bundled" with the keyboard, you have to download it, then email them for the serial number, then email Blue Nomad for the registration key (none of this is ever explained in the documentation or their website; I only discovered any of this after emailing technical support; to their credit, they did respond very promptly to the email, though I still don't have TakeNote or WordSleuth as promised).

All in all, the GoType hasn't been a good experience for me. If you have smaller hands it might very well be a great buy, but for my money it just doesn't cut it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very pleased
Initially I passed on the GoType! keyboard for my Visor Deluxe because the keys are smaller and closer together than a standard keyboard. So I bought a Targus Stowaway. But, it gave me annoying little software conflicts that meant it often did not work when I first attached the Visor. (A soft reset followed by a warm reset solved these.) I got used to the spacing on the GoType! keys very quickly. I like the compactness of the GoType! Although it is a little bother to set the Beam preference to "on" and enable the GoType! software before docking each time I use the keyboard, it is still easier and faster to set up than the Targus. I love the fact that the software works each time everytime. Once in a while I do have to do a soft reset. Teamed with the free WordSmith software that came with my unit, it makes a very useful tool and is fast becoming my favorite mode of entering and editing text during my day. I set it up when I arrive at my desk and leave it set up until I leave. I only wish the Visor were firmly snapped into place when docked on the keyboard. I am thinking of making two wire hooks joined by a rubber band. I would place one over the top of the Visor and hook the other to the retractable supplimentary support foot. I learned the hard way the unit will not work if you attach a jumper wire inside the Visor so you can charge on your cradle. There is a web site that tells how to do that, but do not do it if you are planning to use the GoType! keyboard. ... Read more


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Asin: B00006HNFK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
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19. LANDWARE INCZagat Survey Restaurant and Nightlife Guide 2002 (PalmOS)

Asin: B00007JDQ9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Landware Inc
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  • Whether you're looking for fish & chips in L.A. or the best dance music in London, this guide has it all -- over 18,000 restaurants in 31 locations
  • Browse through more than 1,000 bars, clubs and lounges in each city -- beer tastings, biker bars, cruises, cigar parties and everything else under the sun
  • Lightning fast lookups and reservation recorder tools help you find & remember your new favorite hangouts
  • You'll never be at a loss for where to go again!


Asin: B00006HWL1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LandWare
Sales Rank: 51338
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