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Topic # 4262 24-Jun-2005 11:35 Send private message

In case you haven't heard:
Nokia 3G WCDMA phone, with both bluetooth and wifi
AND a 4GB hard drive.
http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000683041511/

be sure to check your pacemaker batteries before reading the price tag.

i just may be in love (again)

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Reply # 15962 24-Jun-2005 11:44 Send private message

Ah, you mean this one?

[rant]Sorry, had to post... Most of the times we have the news here hours before the other sites, but it seems these are always "lost"[/rant]






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  Reply # 15963 24-Jun-2005 11:51 Send private message

:-) sorry dude.. i missed that one.
tis old news too, april. - but i heard it's getting closer to reality so did some googling.

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Reply # 15964 24-Jun-2005 11:55 Send private message

I know... I miss things too. You are probably talking about the news that the N91 will be offered on-line through Ritz, isn't it?





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