You could take a look at CLIE Source forums (http://www.cliesource.com/) to see if anyone there might have some suggestions for saving data locally on a CLIE.
Bill Perry | www.pocketpcflash.net
Team Macromedia Volunteer for Flash
I just finished the first round of testing on my new Clie NX70V.
Bought it at Best Buy. By the time all the smoke settled, I had spent
around $800 ($600 + memory stick + warranty). I can get Flash 5 .swf I
made for my iPaq to play on the Clie. Just use the install tool to move
the .swf to the Clie. I don't have a reader for the memory stick yet.
When I get one, I am sure that I will be able to move .swf directly from
the PC to the Clie without having to go through a HotSync.
The screen, 320x480, is superb. Playback is "almost" full screen. There
is a thin row of icons (volume, etc.) at the bottom of the screen. The
Clie "Flash Enabled" demo is wall to wall, but seems to make use of
something called ZoomSpace by GeoPhoenix (http://www.geophoenix.com/)
The audio volume, without earphones, is not exactly ear splitting. Not
nearly as loud as my iPaq 3600. With phones, your ears will bleed, but
not without them. The LoadMovieNum action seems slower on the Clie than
So far, I can only get ADPCM audio compression to play. MP3 playback
within the .swf, so far, does not work. I have seen other posts on
ClieSource that say the same thing. I am a little worried, but have not
yet confirmed, that all .swf files will have to reside in the same
directory. More on that later.