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Psion models compared

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machine

infrared "IrDA" port

serial link cable type

maximum serial port rate

minimum PsiWin version req’d

Apple Macintosh connectivity

Psion fax compatible

fax reception

7

Yes

"flat" PC-Link

115,200

2.3

?

?

?

Revo

Yes

?

115,200

2.31

Yes

?

third-party

5mx Pro

Yes (IrObex)

"flat" PC-Link

115,200

2.1

MacConnect

Travel Fax

Yes

5mx

Yes (IrObex)

"flat" PC-Link

115,200

2.1

MacConnect

Travel Fax

Yes

3mx

Yes

"flat" PC-Link

115,200

2.2

PsiMac

Travel Fax

?

5

Yes

"flat" PC-Link

115,200

2.0

MacConnect

Travel Fax

Yes

3c (b)

Yes

"flat" PC-Link

57,600

1.1

PsiMac

Travel Fax

No

3c

Yes

"flat" PC-Link

57,600

1.1

PsiMac

Travel Fax

No

Siena

Yes

"flat" PC-Link

19,200

1.1

PsiMac

n/a

No

3a

No

"soap" 3-Link

19,200

1

PsiMac

3-Fax

No

3a (512)

No

"soap" 3-Link

19,200

1

PsiMac

3-Fax

No

Notes:

  • Infrared IrObex support (higher spec infrared) - allows beaming of business cards and data between other enabled machines.
  • "Soap-on-a-rope" 3-Link and "flat" PC-Link cable are not interchangeable.
  • The "flat" cable uses a Honda connector.
  • PsiWin 2.x for Windows 95 is included free with cable with the Series 5 and 5mx.
  • MacConnect 1.0 offers backup but no conversion.
  • The 3c (b) is the Series 3c backlit model, first introduced in North America.
  • The 3a (512) is an early generation Series 3a with 512KB RAM.
 

 

last edited on 28 November 1999