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Cybiko Xtreme (#CY44801)

The Cybiko Xtreme was a step up from the regular Cybiko. It still functioned as a PDA for teenagers of sorts. The Cybiko Xtreme retailed for $89.99~$139.99 USD and came with PC software, instructions, a USB cable, two NiMH rechargeable batteries, and a power supply. It also came with a rebate form for an MP3 player. The Cybiko Xtreme functioned like an instant messanger complete with chat and email. You were also able to play games, watch "video", and record dates and things with a journal and date book. There was also "practical" software like a calculater, translator, and text programs. The software is compatible with Windows 98, 2000, and ME versions. There is an LED on the Cybiko Xtreme that helps display what the Cybiko Xtreme is doing: solid red means the Cybiko Xtreme is charging, blinking red means it is transmitting data, blinking green means the Cybiko Xtreme is recieving data. You can "lock" the keys to prevent any accidental button pushings. Just press and hold "F1" for two seconds and then release. Repeat to turn off the key lock. 5V DC Input, 2.4V, 700mAh Internal

AC Adapter that was packaged in with the Cybiko Extreme. The USB cable functioned as the cord. The PSU recharges the batteries, and should take about five hours to fully recharge.

(PSU # CY44801)
Input: 120VAC, 60Hz 4W
Output 5VDC 300mA 1.5VA

The black bar denotes the white tab in the PSU. The + is the far left connector underneath it.

USB cable that was packaged in with the Cybiko Extreme. Not only did it hook up to a Computer and the Cybiko Extreme to transfer data, it also acted as the cord that gave power between the Cybiko Extreme and the PSU head.
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