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USB To Serial Converter Connects PDAs to USB Macs
Keyspan has released a new product for Blue & White PowerMac and iMac owners. The USB PDA Adapter will allow PDAs with serial connections connect to these Macs without serial ports without having to use a PCI serial port card. According to Keyspan:

Keyspan's USB PDA Adapter provides the easiest, least expensive way to connect the Palm Computing® platform to Apple® Computer's iMac® and to Apple's new "Blue G3" PowerMacs. The new adapter features a single DB9 port that connects directly to a Palm cradle or HotSync® cable. The adapter is compatible with all Palm organizers and all versions of the Palm Desktop software for Mac OS.

The device is priced at US$39 and is shipping now. More information can be found at Keyspan's web site.

See also today's story on a similar device from Entrega.

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