Sync DROID standalone with Microsoft Outlook (no Exchange required), Sage ACT!, Lotus Notes and Palm Desktop

Sync your contacts, calendar, tasks and notes with the DROID family. Supported devices include: DROID BIONIC, DROID 4, DROID 3, DROID X2, DROID Pro, XPRT, DROID Charge, DROID X, DROID 2, and the original DROID.

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Sync standalone Microsoft Outlook (no Exchange required) with DROID:

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Direct USB Sync

Securely sync Outlook contacts, calendar, tasks and notes via secure USB.

Local Wi-Fi Sync

Sync with Outlook automatically via your local Wi-Fi network whenever you are near your PC.

Sync via Google

Sync Outlook contacts and calendar to Google. Your device automatically stays in sync.

CL Secure Hosted Wireless

Hosted wireless sync - $9.95/month. Secure wireless sync without the cloud.

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Sync DROID with Microsoft Outlook
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Sync DROID with Palm Desktop
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About the Motorola DROID 4

The iconic Motorola DROID XT894 reaches its 4th iteration. The big news in this round is 4G LTE connectivity. A bigger battery, faster processor, and more RAM up the specs to compete with other modern superphones. The DROID 4 also refreshes the design of the device along with the webtop dock connectivity to fall in line with Motorola's other 2011 devices.

About the Motorola DROID BIONIC

The Motorola DROID BIONIC XT865/XT875 is a powerful dual-core device with high-speed 4G data connectivity. It features a large screen with HDMI out for displaying multimedia content on an external display or television. A front-facing video camera also makes the DROID BIONIC an ideal video-calling device.

About the Motorola DROID 3

The DROID 3 XT862/XT860 updates the iconic device with a dual-core processor, high density qHD screen, and an improved keyboard. The new 8MP camera also allows for full 1080p HD video capture, bringing this superphone in line with other top-spec phones for 2011.

About the DROID Charge by Samsung

The first member of the DROID family to feature 4G high-speed data, the DROID Charge SCH-i510 shines with a new Super AMOLED Plus display and top-end specs. Available now on Verizon.

About the Motorola DROID X2

While the official specs of the Droid X2 MB870 are still uncertain, rumored specs we have seen include a 4.3 inch (960 x 540) touchscreen display, dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM and Android 2.2. CompanionLink fully intends to support the Droid X2 once it is released.

About the Motorola DROID Pro (also known as the MOTO XPRT)

The Motorola DROID Pro/XPRT XT610 is a portrait-oriented candybar that ships with Android 2.2 and features a unique physical keyboard underneath a 3.1 inch screen. It features a speedy 1GHz processor and a 5MP camera. The DROID Pro's form factor will be familiar to anyone who has handled a BlackBerry. The included Exchange connectivity makes the DROID Pro an ideal business device, especially for travelers. The DROID Pro, available on Verizon, also includes GSM antenna bands for global roaming.

About the Motorola DROID X

The Motorola DROID X MB810 is a large 4.3" device with a powerful 1GHz processor. Available on Verizon, the DROID X features top of the line internal specs to round out the package. This phone doesn't lack much.

About the Motorola DROID 2

The DROID 2 A955/A956 improves upon the original DROID by offering a much cleaner keyboard, a faster processor, and increased memory. The DROID 2 is also offered in a global edition for worldwide roaming. It's everything you loved about the original DROID and more.

About the Motorola DROID

The original Motorola DROID A853 is a classic device that set the stage for a long line of followers. As one of the first Android devices to offer a slide-out keyboard, the DROID has enjoyed immense popularity. This phone broke the mold for many devices to come.