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Topic # 3719 22-Mar-2005 11:06
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Anyone know whether the T-Mobile MDAiv is coming to NZ? how about Vodafone's VDA? they are the convertible PocketPC+thumboard+3G device... looks cool albeit a bit bulky though... but i think it is very feature rich.




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Reply # 13744 22-Mar-2005 11:28
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Since these are HTC devices I wouldn't be surprised if this device comes out here branded as i-mate. There's a new model called PDA2 coming out (not PDA2k) according to some rumours - and a press release about Skype being pre-installed on "PDA2k and PDA2" models.

I don't have any more information, really. I never receive anything from Carrier Devices, and Vodafone has gone terribly quiet in the last three months - again, some of the people there are not the best in replying e-mails or returning phone calls.






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  Reply # 13745 22-Mar-2005 11:35
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hehe.. oh well... if it gets here, it gets here i guess...

else i will have to get them overseas. :-)




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