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1. PalmOne PalmPak Travel Card: US
$29.88 list($49.99)
2. Lonely Planet CitySync USA Springboard
$20.00
3. Rough Guides Map New York City
$11.00
4. TUBE Los Angeles (Palm OS) downloadable
$15.00 list($39.99)
5. PalmOne PalmPak Travel Card: European
$8.00
6. TUBE Atlanta (Palm OS) downloadable
$17.00
7. TUBE Hamburg (Palm OS) downloadable
$25.00
8. TUBE San Francisco Pro (BART)
$24.99 $24.08 list($39.99)
9. PalmOne PalmPak Travel Card: Asia
$16.00
10. TUBE Brussels (Palm OS) downloadable
$13.00
11. TUBE Barcelona (Palm OS) downloadable
$20.00
12. Rough Guides Map Dublin (Palm
$18.00
13. TUBE Melbourne (Palm OS) downloadable
$28.00
14. TUBE London Pro (Palm OS) downloadable
$19.95
15. CW - Atlanta downloadable Software
list($9.00)
16. TUBE Tyne & Wear (Palm OS)
$25.00
17. TUBE Chicago Pro (Palm OS) downloadable
$18.00
18. TUBE Munich (Palm OS) downloadable
$25.00
19. TUBE Boston Pro (Palm OS) downloadable
$17.00
20. TUBE Amsterdam (Palm OS) downloadable

1. PalmOne PalmPak Travel Card: US Cities (m125, m130, i705 & m500 series)
list price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005B6TQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 6518
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, PalmPak Travel Cards are the easiest way to find out where to go and what to do. Feel like a resident in six major U.S. cities. Get the scoop on where to eat, what to do, and where to stay with Lonely Planet CitySync guides for Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. You'll also find a world clock and time zone management software.

Just plug the PalmPak Travel Card into the expansion slot on your handheld. This postage-stamp-sized MultiMediaCard (MMC) expands the capabilities of your handheld without sacrificing memory space. ... Read more

Features

  • Lonely Planet CitySync guides for Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco
  • Get the scoop on where to eat, what to do, and where to stay
  • Includes world clock and time zone management software
  • Expands the functionality of your handheld without sacrificing memory space
  • Compatible with Palm m125, m130, i705, and m500 series handhelds

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this miserable software
Palm's US travel card bottoms the pile of plain and simple useless software products- how can a company that caters to the professional dare to publish this type of useless 16MB travel info- there is nothing good to be said about this product and Palm even charges a hefty price: Instead use the internet and the many excllent trip helpers and city guides that are availabe on line for free.

2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't replace a guide book
I bought this as a "Special Holiday Package" from Palm.com, with my Palm 505 and a travel charger. I was very disappointed when I started to explore the software. I plan to go to Amsterdam next spring, and have been looking at guidebooks for Amsterdam. I thought it would be nice to have a map and guidebook on the Palm, and not have to carry a guidebook.

The main map screen shows "sections" of the city, labeled by neighborhood names. The neighborhood names seem to be made up by CitySync. There appear to be more neighborhoods off to the left of the screen that I can see part of, but I can't get to them (no scroll that I could find). Clicking on each "section" brings up a map of a small section of the city (Amsterdam, for example). Maybe it just shows major streets, or maybe it shows a really small part of the "section", but it doesn't look like the map "section" covers as much area as it should. It looks like there are large gaps in the maps.

There is no way you could use this "map" in place of a good paper map.

The information about each hotel, restaurant, etc. is very short, and it looks like the prices are a few years old (that may be updatable on the CitySync site). I finally found the link to the mapping of each hotel, restaurant, etc. (it's in the "Info" button, and you can't get back from the map to where you were in the listings), but the map segments are so small it is impossible to tell which area of the city the attraction is in.

I did like the currency converter, although you have to enter your own currencies and conversion rates. Once you've entered these (through the maintenance screen) all you have to do is enter the amount you want to convert from, select the currency you want to convert from and to, and click "convert" (or "execute"?).

The time programs looked like they would be kind of nice - you can enter an event using your time zone, and it can keep track of what the time is in a second time zone. I just stuck my plane's departure and arrival times in it.

While putting a travel guide onto a PDA is a nice idea, this one won't replace a paper travel guide.

However, if they improved the maps, letting you scroll around them, the guide just might serve in place of the paper travel guide if you've read the guide and just need your memory jogged about a particular site, hotel, restaurant, etc. The way the maps are set up now, you couldn't find your way from one location to the other because there's no connection from one map to the other.

Personally, until they do that, I wouldn't spend the money on it.

Oh, and buying the color Palm for this was a waste - there's no color in the program - except for the icon to get into it!

5-0 out of 5 stars I don't need this!
I am not one to get new "gagets" uy wife insisted that I try this since we were going to the pacific rim. I have spent nearly 15 years traveling in the Tokyo, Hong Kong, Sydney route and thought I new it all.
Well, With this card I was able to find shops, eating establishments that I never new about. Thank you Palm for getting me On track.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Usefull
My wife and I just returned from a trip of London, Paris & Amsterdam, and this card (which was released just a week before we left) was a huge help. It saved us from carrying around several bulky books. It gave metro stops for each attraction, and this info, together with the freeware program MetrO, enabled us to get from place to place effortlessly.

The info about the history and customs of each city were very helpfull, as were the restaurant listings. We found a great little greek place in Amsterdam by entering the area we were in and getting a listing of nearby places. It was just a few blocks away and the food was great. Ditto with a fish and chips place in London.

I do agree with the previous poster that the maps are pretty much useless. The Palm screen is just to small.

1-0 out of 5 stars There are better options that are free
I did not pay for my US Travel Card -- it was a free promotion from Office Depot when I purchased my Palm m505. And this is fortunate, since I would have been very upset if I would have paid for it. The information this card contains is very limited and is only for a very small number of cities -- and as far as I can tell, there is no way of adding/updating the information.

If you need information about cities, I'd recommend going with the free Vindigo service instead. ... Read more


2. Lonely Planet CitySync USA Springboard Module
list price: $49.99
our price: $29.88
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051ZS0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lonely Planet
Sales Rank: 33423
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

With the Lonely Planet CitySync USA Springboard module, you can travellight with your Handspring Visor and still carry a load of up-to-date travelinformation for New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.CitySync's incredible search and sort feature and scrollable maps ensure you'llbe able to find exactly what you're looking for to keep from getting lost.Whether it's a late-night restaurant near your hotel, live music near the bestsushi in town, or the museum closest to the locals' favorite spot for Sundaybrunch, CitySync puts it just a tap away. And once you've found it, CitySync canautomatically record the details in your Visor's datebook.

Getting lost is hard to do with CitySync's scrollable street maps. Hotels,restaurants, attractions, and nightspots are labeled on every map, so you alwaysknow where you are, where you're going, and what cool things are nearby.

Register the module online at www.citysync.com and get a bonus fifth city ofyour choice to load onto your Visor. You can choose from Bangkok, Edinburgh,Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Las Vegas, London, Miami, New Orleans, Paris, or Sydney. ... Read more

Features

  • Get travel information for New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles
  • Register online and receive a fifth city free
  • Get listings for hundreds of attractions, entertainment options, and eateries
  • Opinionated reviews and detailed information from Lonely Planet
  • Keep your own travel notes and automatically record details in your Visor's datebook

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Falling just a bit short of high expectation.
As a long time Lonely Planet fan, I've often cited and sworn by their guidance. The CitySync USA Springboard Module falls just a bit short of what I would have expected from them.

The module is small and fits inline nicely with a Visor and I wasn't able to tell much loss in battery life. Content is easily and quickly accessed and found. More importantly most all the lonely planet book(s) content is duplicated in the card. So the four cities are pleasantly at hand. A 5th city is yours to download when you register, though it resides in your handheld and not the card.

Though, I'm not sure if I can find a review of a map location. Say if one were to click on a point of interest on a map, you can't readily pull up its review. Which brings my second point, the interface is quite unattractive and cluttered.

But if you are a lonley planet addict as I am, its definatly worth having...though you'll still need Vindigo installed for street navigation. ... Read more


3. Rough Guides Map New York City (Pal downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009A3I46
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
Sales Rank: 9827
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Rough Guides Map New York City... Discover and explore New York City using full colour interactive linked maps, in this simple to use PDA version of The Rough Guides New York Map. Find all the top tourist spots and key attractions with ease, information on the city and its sights can be quickly displayed with links to photographs and map locations. All in a superb easy to use interface. If you're travelling to New York, be sure you don't leave home without this guide on your PDA. The Rough Guide city maps includes: Fully scrollable and interactive maps of the city. Tap any location to display information and available links. Intuitive navigation bar meaning you are never more than one click away from the information you require. Map links allow you to directly link to other maps, photographs, or detailed views. Categorised Find feature allowing you to quickly find any street, place of interest or station. Categorised Information feature providing a wealth of information on the city, places of interest, etc. 1-Click Home feature, keeping the Home map always at hand. Zoom function on all maps. Try the free 1 day demo. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160), Palm Hi-Res (320x480), Palm Hi-Res Landscape (320x480)

4. TUBE Los Angeles (Palm OS) downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002IFPBY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

TUBE Los Angeles (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: - A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the Los Angeles metro system with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Quick zoom in/out feature. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the LA metro system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

5. PalmOne PalmPak Travel Card: European Cities (m125, m130, i705 & m500 series)
list price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005B6TR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 6442
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Lonely Planet CitySync guides for Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, London, Paris, and Rome
  • Get the scoop on where to eat, what to do, and where to stay
  • Handy European language phrase guide and easy-to-use currency calculator
  • Includes world clock and time zone management software
  • Compatible with Palm m125, m130, i705, and m500 series handhelds

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this miserable software
Palm's US travel card bottoms the pile of plain and simple useless software products- how can a company that caters to the professional dare to publish this type of useless 16MB travel info- there is nothing good to be said about this product and Palm even charges a hefty price: Instead use the internet and the many excllent trip helpers and city guides that are availabe on line for free.

2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't replace a guide book
I bought this as a "Special Holiday Package" from Palm.com, with my Palm 505 and a travel charger. I was very disappointed when I started to explore the software. I plan to go to Amsterdam next spring, and have been looking at guidebooks for Amsterdam. I thought it would be nice to have a map and guidebook on the Palm, and not have to carry a guidebook.

The main map screen shows "sections" of the city, labeled by neighborhood names. The neighborhood names seem to be made up by CitySync. There appear to be more neighborhoods off to the left of the screen that I can see part of, but I can't get to them (no scroll that I could find). Clicking on each "section" brings up a map of a small section of the city (Amsterdam, for example). Maybe it just shows major streets, or maybe it shows a really small part of the "section", but it doesn't look like the map "section" covers as much area as it should. It looks like there are large gaps in the maps.

There is no way you could use this "map" in place of a good paper map.

The information about each hotel, restaurant, etc. is very short, and it looks like the prices are a few years old (that may be updatable on the CitySync site). I finally found the link to the mapping of each hotel, restaurant, etc. (it's in the "Info" button, and you can't get back from the map to where you were in the listings), but the map segments are so small it is impossible to tell which area of the city the attraction is in.

I did like the currency converter, although you have to enter your own currencies and conversion rates. Once you've entered these (through the maintenance screen) all you have to do is enter the amount you want to convert from, select the currency you want to convert from and to, and click "convert" (or "execute"?).

The time programs looked like they would be kind of nice - you can enter an event using your time zone, and it can keep track of what the time is in a second time zone. I just stuck my plane's departure and arrival times in it.

While putting a travel guide onto a PDA is a nice idea, this one won't replace a paper travel guide.

However, if they improved the maps, letting you scroll around them, the guide just might serve in place of the paper travel guide if you've read the guide and just need your memory jogged about a particular site, hotel, restaurant, etc. The way the maps are set up now, you couldn't find your way from one location to the other because there's no connection from one map to the other.

Personally, until they do that, I wouldn't spend the money on it.

Oh, and buying the color Palm for this was a waste - there's no color in the program - except for the icon to get into it!

5-0 out of 5 stars I don't need this!
I am not one to get new "gagets" uy wife insisted that I try this since we were going to the pacific rim. I have spent nearly 15 years traveling in the Tokyo, Hong Kong, Sydney route and thought I new it all.
Well, With this card I was able to find shops, eating establishments that I never new about. Thank you Palm for getting me On track.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Usefull
My wife and I just returned from a trip of London, Paris & Amsterdam, and this card (which was released just a week before we left) was a huge help. It saved us from carrying around several bulky books. It gave metro stops for each attraction, and this info, together with the freeware program MetrO, enabled us to get from place to place effortlessly.

The info about the history and customs of each city were very helpfull, as were the restaurant listings. We found a great little greek place in Amsterdam by entering the area we were in and getting a listing of nearby places. It was just a few blocks away and the food was great. Ditto with a fish and chips place in London.

I do agree with the previous poster that the maps are pretty much useless. The Palm screen is just to small.

1-0 out of 5 stars There are better options that are free
I did not pay for my US Travel Card -- it was a free promotion from Office Depot when I purchased my Palm m505. And this is fortunate, since I would have been very upset if I would have paid for it. The information this card contains is very limited and is only for a very small number of cities -- and as far as I can tell, there is no way of adding/updating the information.

If you need information about cities, I'd recommend going with the free Vindigo service instead. ... Read more


6. TUBE Atlanta (Palm OS) downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009DXKVY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

TUBE Atlanta (Palm OS) Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the Atlanta rail system with a find station utility. It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. Quick zoom in/out feature. Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays.Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the Atlanta rail system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

7. TUBE Hamburg (Palm OS) downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002IFPC8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

TUBE Hamburg (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: - A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the Hamburg (S-Bahn/U- Bahn) metro system with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Quick zoom in/out feature. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the Hamburg metro system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

8. TUBE San Francisco Pro (BART) Palm OS downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002IFPHS
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

TUBE San Francisco Pro (Palm OS)Visual IT 's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. This Pro version has all the well loved standard features of Tube plus :- - A superb full colour street level map of downtown San Francisco with a find feature that enables you to quickly find any street, place of interest or station on the map. Tube's standard features include: - A clear colour (or grey scale) map of the BART system of San Francisco with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or visually shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high resolution displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 compatible. - Quick zoom in/out feature. This version is for the city of SF, versions are also available for many cities worldwide Requires Palm OS 3.5 and above / 3.5 MB RAM free ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

9. PalmOne PalmPak Travel Card: Asia Pacific Cities (m125, m130, i705 & m500 series)
list price: $39.99
our price: $24.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005B6TS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 37007
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, PalmPak Travel Cards are the easiest way to find out where to go and what to do. Feel like a resident in six major Asia-Pacific cities. Get the scoop on where to eat, what to do, and where to stay with Lonely Planet CitySync guides for Bangkok, Mumbai (Bombay), Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo. You'll also find a world clock, time zone management software, and an easy-to-use currency calculator.

Just plug the PalmPak Travel Card into the expansion slot on your handheld. This postage-stamp-sized MultiMediaCard (MMC) expands the capabilities of your handheld without sacrificing memory space. ... Read more

Features

  • Lonely Planet CitySync guides for Bangkok, Mumbai (Bombay), Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo
  • Get the scoop on where to eat, what to do, and where to stay
  • Easy-to-use currency calculator
  • Includes world clock and time zone management software
  • Compatible with Palm m125, m130, i705, and m500 series handhelds

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this miserable software
Palm's US travel card bottoms the pile of plain and simple useless software products- how can a company that caters to the professional dare to publish this type of useless 16MB travel info- there is nothing good to be said about this product and Palm even charges a hefty price: Instead use the internet and the many excllent trip helpers and city guides that are availabe on line for free.

2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't replace a guide book
I bought this as a "Special Holiday Package" from Palm.com, with my Palm 505 and a travel charger. I was very disappointed when I started to explore the software. I plan to go to Amsterdam next spring, and have been looking at guidebooks for Amsterdam. I thought it would be nice to have a map and guidebook on the Palm, and not have to carry a guidebook.

The main map screen shows "sections" of the city, labeled by neighborhood names. The neighborhood names seem to be made up by CitySync. There appear to be more neighborhoods off to the left of the screen that I can see part of, but I can't get to them (no scroll that I could find). Clicking on each "section" brings up a map of a small section of the city (Amsterdam, for example). Maybe it just shows major streets, or maybe it shows a really small part of the "section", but it doesn't look like the map "section" covers as much area as it should. It looks like there are large gaps in the maps.

There is no way you could use this "map" in place of a good paper map.

The information about each hotel, restaurant, etc. is very short, and it looks like the prices are a few years old (that may be updatable on the CitySync site). I finally found the link to the mapping of each hotel, restaurant, etc. (it's in the "Info" button, and you can't get back from the map to where you were in the listings), but the map segments are so small it is impossible to tell which area of the city the attraction is in.

I did like the currency converter, although you have to enter your own currencies and conversion rates. Once you've entered these (through the maintenance screen) all you have to do is enter the amount you want to convert from, select the currency you want to convert from and to, and click "convert" (or "execute"?).

The time programs looked like they would be kind of nice - you can enter an event using your time zone, and it can keep track of what the time is in a second time zone. I just stuck my plane's departure and arrival times in it.

While putting a travel guide onto a PDA is a nice idea, this one won't replace a paper travel guide.

However, if they improved the maps, letting you scroll around them, the guide just might serve in place of the paper travel guide if you've read the guide and just need your memory jogged about a particular site, hotel, restaurant, etc. The way the maps are set up now, you couldn't find your way from one location to the other because there's no connection from one map to the other.

Personally, until they do that, I wouldn't spend the money on it.

Oh, and buying the color Palm for this was a waste - there's no color in the program - except for the icon to get into it!

5-0 out of 5 stars I don't need this!
I am not one to get new "gagets" uy wife insisted that I try this since we were going to the pacific rim. I have spent nearly 15 years traveling in the Tokyo, Hong Kong, Sydney route and thought I new it all.
Well, With this card I was able to find shops, eating establishments that I never new about. Thank you Palm for getting me On track.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Usefull
My wife and I just returned from a trip of London, Paris & Amsterdam, and this card (which was released just a week before we left) was a huge help. It saved us from carrying around several bulky books. It gave metro stops for each attraction, and this info, together with the freeware program MetrO, enabled us to get from place to place effortlessly.

The info about the history and customs of each city were very helpfull, as were the restaurant listings. We found a great little greek place in Amsterdam by entering the area we were in and getting a listing of nearby places. It was just a few blocks away and the food was great. Ditto with a fish and chips place in London.

I do agree with the previous poster that the maps are pretty much useless. The Palm screen is just to small.

1-0 out of 5 stars There are better options that are free
I did not pay for my US Travel Card -- it was a free promotion from Office Depot when I purchased my Palm m505. And this is fortunate, since I would have been very upset if I would have paid for it. The information this card contains is very limited and is only for a very small number of cities -- and as far as I can tell, there is no way of adding/updating the information.

If you need information about cities, I'd recommend going with the free Vindigo service instead. ... Read more


10. TUBE Brussels (Palm OS) downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002IFLV8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

TUBE Brussels (Palm OS) Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the Brussels metro & tram system with a find station utility. It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. Quick zoom in/out feature. Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays.Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the Brussels metro & tram system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

11. TUBE Barcelona (Palm OS) downloadable Software

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009DXKWI
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE Barcelona (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: - A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the transport system with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Quick zoom in/out feature. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten T high res & high res + displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the Barcelona metro / subway system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. - Demo download gives you a FREE full version copy of the Toronto Subway/Metro system which we use to promote our other more complex cities. This enables us to show you all the great features of Tube without restrictions and time limits. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

12. Rough Guides Map Dublin (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0009A1ECE
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

Rough Guides Map Dublin... Discover and explore Dublin using full colour interactive linked maps, in this simple to use PDA version of The Rough Guides Dublin Map. Find all the top tourist spots and key attractions with ease, information on the city and its sights can be quickly displayed with links to photographs and map locations. All in a superb easy to use interface. If you're travelling to Dublin, be sure you don't leave home without this guide on your PDA. The Rough Guide city maps includes: Fully scrollable and interactive maps of the city. Tap any location to display information and available links. Intuitive navigation bar meaning you are never more than one click away from the information you require. Map links allow you to directly link to other maps, photographs, or detailed views. Categorised Find feature allowing you to quickly find any street, place of interest or station. Categorised Information feature providing a wealth of information on the city, places of interest, etc. 1-Click Home feature, keeping the Home map always at hand. Zoom function on all maps. Try the free 1 day demo. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160), Palm Hi-Res (320x480), Palm Hi-Res Landscape (320x480)

13. TUBE Melbourne (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0009DVHQY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE Melbourne (Palm OS) Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the Melbourne metro & rail system with a find station utility. It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. Quick zoom in/out feature. Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays.Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the Melbourne metro & rail system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

14. TUBE London Pro (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0002IFRR6
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE London Pro (Palm OS)This award winning guide to the London underground / subway system just got better with the addition of supurb colour street maps from A-Z. This Pro version has all the well loved standard features of Tube plus :- - 2 superb full colour street maps tiles of London supplied by the famous A-Z mapping company. These street maps cover the central & west London areas of the city. - Categorised quick find utility to help you find any road, street, station, place of interest, district, hospital etc on the map. - These street maps are integrated with the tube map so you can quickly view a stations street location when using the tube map. - Further street map tiles of London can be purchased and added to the application. (Click here for details) - Also included in this pro version is a detailed reference map of the overground rail system of greater London. Tube's standard features include: - A clear colour (or grey scale) map of the underground system of London, smoothly scroll around the map using your stylus. - Quick find a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or a fantastic animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connecti ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

15. CW - Atlanta downloadable Software

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Asin: B0002IFU28
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: JellyBrain Software
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Product Description

Atlanta, Georgia city guide for the City Walks viewer. Details: - Over 760 points of interest. - 22 detailed neighborhood maps, including: - Historic downtown Atlanta - Historic Oakland cemetery (pre-civil war) - 3 antique districts - Marta train stations with times from airport and the central Five Points station. - Selected cultural, historic, and tourist sites. - Alphabetical listing of points of interest with highlighting function. - Small size--all four map sets are 405k; each can be loaded separately. - Buckhead- 110k - Downtown- 83k - East Atlanta- 98k - Midtown- 115k - All future updates are free! 4-15-2004: The Spring 2004 edition of CW - Atlanta is released; all maps and shop lists have been updated. 2-26-2004: The Spring 2004 edition of CW - Atlanta will be released in early March, as will City Walks 2.0; the new version will feature support for free and shareware city guides. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 405
  • Resolutions: Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

16. TUBE Tyne & Wear (Palm OS)
list price: $9.00
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Asin: B0002IFPZA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Visual IT
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Product Description

Tyne Wear metro map route finder with fantastic animated display of routes. Other cities also available. ... Read more


17. TUBE Chicago Pro (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0009DS0PU
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE Chicago Pro (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. This Pro version has all the well loved standard features of Tube plus :- - A superb full colour street level map of the downtown Chicago area with a find feature that enables you to quickly find any street, place of interest or station on the map. - New ~ Street level map is now integrated with the subway map so you can quickly find the stations street location when viewing the subway map. Tube's standard features include: - A clear colour (or grey scale) map of the subway system of Chicago with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or visually shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 compatible. - Quick zoom in/out feature. This is the version for the Chicago subway system, many other versi ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

18. TUBE Munich (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0002IFPZ0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE Munich (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway, rail & tram systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: - A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the transport system with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or visually shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie / Tunsten high res & high-res+ displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. This is the version for the Munich metro S-Bahn U-Bahn system, many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

19. TUBE Boston Pro (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0009DTFNG
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE Boston Pro (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. This Pro version has all the well loved standard features of Tube plus :- - A superb full colour street level map of the central Boston area with a find feature that enables you to quickly find any street, place of interest or station on the map. - New ~ Street level map is now integrated with the subway map so you can quickly find the stations street location when viewing the subway map. Tube's standard features include: - A clear colour (or grey scale) map of the subway system of Boston with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or visually shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high resolution displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 compatible. - Quick zoom in/out feature. This version is for the Boston subway system, many other version for ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

20. TUBE Amsterdam (Palm OS) downloadable Software

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Asin: B0002IFP4G
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Visual IT
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Product Description

TUBE Amsterdam (Palm OS)Visual IT's award winning guides to the subway systems of the major cities in the world are now available for your Palm PDA. Tube's features include: - A superb clear colour (or grey scale) map of the Amsterdam metro & tram system with a find station utility. - It will automatically plan the quickest route to and from any station stating the line changes required and estimated journey time. - The route can be text listed or animated display of the route can be shown tracking around the system map. - Just holding the stylus down on any station can retrieve additional local information about that station including connections to other transport services and tourist information. - Quick zoom in/out feature. - Tube has previously won Pocket PC magazines best product award in category "Maps and Directions" at the Pocket PC Summit. - Supports Sony Clie & Tungsten high res & high res + displays. - Supports 320x480 Landscape display mode on compatible devices. - Palm OS 5 support. This is the version for the Amsterdam metro & tram system, versions for many other cities are available. Works on all devices that have Palm OS 3.5 and above. ... Read more

Features

  • Ram Used: 0
  • Resolutions: Sony Hi-Res (320x320), Sony Hi-Res+ (320x480), Palm Hi-Res (320x320), Palm Standard (160x160)

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