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# 29494 9-Jan-2009 13:06
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As above. 
http://www.palm.com/us/

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  # 188392 9-Jan-2009 14:33
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yeah saw that would be nice if they had the slide out keyboard sideways like the n97 oh well can't please everyone ... looks nice

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  # 188876 11-Jan-2009 23:45
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Watching all the demos on how the software works, I really like the device and concept. It interests me more than any other device right now.

Hopefully Palm can pull this one off.... though it still has no release date, not so good knowing Palm's history.

 
 
 
 


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  # 191997 25-Jan-2009 18:33
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Hi

Could I see your links please

Here are mine

CES
http://www.palm.com/us/products/phones/pre/palm-pre-ces.html


Treocast: greay MP3 to losten to
http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/2319-1.htm


Will this phone be Vodfone or Telecom in NZ

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  # 192002 25-Jan-2009 18:49
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Possum: Hi




Will this phone be Vodfone or Telecom in NZ

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Currently only will be on Sprint's CDMA EVDO but I read somewhere they are releasing GSM version as well.

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# 250126 24-Aug-2009 15:54
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  # 250127 24-Aug-2009 16:01
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freitasm: Bringing an old discussion back to life... I've heard Palm is planning to leave New Zealand, so it might be we don't see these here for a while?


It would be our luck they'd leave just as they release a product finally worth buying..

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  # 250254 24-Aug-2009 22:45
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I talked to someone a reasonable way off the ground in VF recently. He said Sprint has exclusive rights to the Pre until next year, but to not to hold my breath after that. Doesn't sound that encouraging!

 
 
 
 


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  # 251292 28-Aug-2009 13:50
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Sprint have exclusive rights in the US. The Pre is launching in other countries but so far it doesn't look like anyone from NZ has picked it up.

I'm not sure if this is due to our small market or if Palm can only supply so many devices and are rolling out the release to biggest markets first as supply increases.

If Palm leave NZ, that is definitely a shame - looks like a great device.

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