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Topic # 112869 24-Dec-2012 16:26 Send private message


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  Reply # 736952 24-Dec-2012 19:03 Send private message

It's getting  rather too large for a fone. Hey. Maybe the iPhone 6 will have a 6" screen..




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  Reply # 736970 24-Dec-2012 19:38 Send private message

Well hello big boy I see you are please to see me, yeh baby I've got 6.1" for you, and in 1080p.

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  Reply # 737002 24-Dec-2012 22:00 Send private message

Think I'll just purchase a Samsung galaxy tab, just about the same size LOL ;-) Especially the $288 deal looks tempting.



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  Reply # 737126 25-Dec-2012 11:47 Send private message

Lurch: Think I'll just purchase a Samsung galaxy tab, just about the same size LOL ;-) Especially the $288 deal looks tempting.


DSE has the Nexus7 32GB selling for $339....   come join the darkside, you know you want to.  

I have also seen the 16Gb version going for around $270! :)




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