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Topic # 26589 26-Sep-2008 18:21
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I have found a small supply of the very very new Option GTM382

I would like to find a few other buyers to share the freight cost and hopefully lower the per module cost also.

I won't be making any $$$ off this so won't be providing support, but the source is a genuine Option one so there shouldn't be any issues should there be any warranty type issues.

Looking to move quite quickly so let me know ASAP please.

Looking around the $400 mark I would say, maybe a bit more.

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  Reply # 167818 29-Sep-2008 19:40
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Possibly interested; depends on how easy it would be to retro fit to a Dell Precision M65??




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  Reply # 167863 29-Sep-2008 23:19
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Can't help you there sorry other than to suggest you open the flaps on the underside and see if there is a slot labelled "WWAN".



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  Reply # 168891 3-Oct-2008 20:00
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I'm scrapping this plan now, I have discovered Dell lock the BIOS on at least my model of notebook (XPS M1330) so you can't use a 3rd party WWAN module

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  Reply # 168966 4-Oct-2008 10:03
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Yea, I was a bit hesitant too. If it was less than $200 all up, I probably would have risked it. Ah well, will wait it out for the express card.




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  Reply # 168974 4-Oct-2008 11:03
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This one is the one to get at this stage (once it is released), just waiting on an ETA and price from my Australian contact.

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  Reply # 169004 4-Oct-2008 15:04
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Cool, keep me posted. Would be nice to get a device that had both 850 & 900 3G (to keep your options open), but seems like that will be some time away.




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