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SanDisk's highly-anticipated Palm OS drivers for its Wi-Fi SD card will not now ship until Q1 2004, the company has confirmed.

A recent report on PDA-watching web site InfoSync World suggested that the drivers had been delayed until December.

Originally scheduled for a summer release, SanDisk's Palm OS 5 drivers were in August put back to November. The card is already shipping with Windows Mobile 2003 and Pocket PC 2002 drivers.

At the same time, the card's Palm OS 4.1 drivers were earmarked in for an October release - they have now been canned altogether, a company spokesman told The Register.

"We still plan to offer a driver for Palm OS 5.x but we've had to move it back to Q1 timeframe due to a number of technical and non-technical reasons," he added.

When the drivers ship, they will be available from the SanDisk web site. ®

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