The included 170 page User Guide is very well
written and fully explains all the different functions and
features of the Digital Link.
It will easily help you setup your Voice Mail
and Speed Dial, along with all of the modules
preferences. The Sprint PCS Wireless Web Digital Link CD-ROM
v1.0 offers a fairly novice HTML-based how-to and basic
tutorial of the Digital Link
as well as walking you through the steps required to install the
Blazer web browser (v1.1 is included; v2.0 is available for
download from the Sprint PCS website) and other data applications.
At the end of the tutorial is a list a useful links and VisorCentral
is prominently included on the page!
Another feature available to users of the SB3000 is the Sprint PCS Synchronization Service. Powered
this allows Sprint PCS customers to automatically merge address
books from desktop software applications or Personal Information
Managers into their Sprint account. The feature can also be used
to share address books between multiple Sprint devices. Details
can be found on the CD-ROM.
Finding a carrying case for the Digital
Link might pose some problems. Since it varies
slightly from the VisorPhone (for example, the Digital Link's headset
jack is located on top while the VP's is on the side), VP-specific
cases may not work with it. I used the Handspring Plastic Belt Clip Holster and a generic
digital camera belt case, as they were the only cases I had
available that could carry the Visor with the Digital Link. I believe
the Handspring VisorPhone SportCase will work as well. I
have the standard SportCase but it doesn't have a cutout for the
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