_/ [birdman] impatiently replied on Thursday 01 September 2005 03:54 \_
> __/ [Duncan Langford] on Wednesday 31 August 2005 11:54 \__
> > My T3 is getting old and battered, and the new LifeDrive seems very
> > attractive; but my main computer is a Mac G5 running Tiger (10.4.2) and
> > the Palm web page appears to say that OSX only up to 10.3 is
> > supported...
> > Is this a typical example of a web page that hasn't been updated
> > recently,
> > or would I get a nasty surprise if I splashed out on a LifeDrive, and
> > then
> > found I couldn't synchronise with my desktop machine? (The T3 integrates
> > just fine!)
> > Has anyone used a LifeDrive with Tiger?
> > - duncan
> Why would Palm not update their web page?
> You use a computer with less than 5% market penetration.
> Get used to it.
The updates to Tiger are accumulative, so I see no reason for you to worry
nor to hesitate when buying a LifeDrive. Having said that, unless you need
plenty of storage and Wi-Fi, I don't see the practicality of such an
upgrade. Take this from a person who uses his PDA primarily as a personal
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