Additional FCC approvals for Danger HipTop (T-Mobile SideKick) device and accessories

Additional FCC approvals for Danger HipTop (T-Mobile SideKick) device and accessories
Danger Inc, the manufacturer for the widely anticipated device called Danger HipTop filed and received some additional FCC approvals on August 13, 2002 for a variety of accessories for its device. According to the latest FCC filings, the HipTop (and the T-Mobile's SideKick version) is: “The Danger Hiptop is a PDA-like device which comprises • a GSM-1900 cell phone • GPRS (class 8, class B)-based wireless data access for web browser • e-mail application • instant messenger application • SMS application • various personal information management (PIM) tools
It has a built-in, non-removable lithium ion battery. The nominal voltage is 4.2V, and the battery supplies 1200mAh.
Hardware accessories include: • battery charger • camera • hands-free kit • USB cable • cigarette lighter adapter" If you are interested in reading the instruction manual for the T-Mobile version of the device called SideKick, you can do it here:T-Mobile SideKick manual
If you want to see all the FCC internal/external pictures and tests, you can go here: FCC documentation

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