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Topic # 4326 1-Jul-2005 11:20
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Hi..Does anyone know what new pocket PC devices Telecom is planning to bring out any time soon. With the falcon's going so cheap I am sure they have something new to release soon???

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  Reply # 16338 6-Jul-2005 20:27
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Maybe just getting rid of old stock. The Harrier has been out for some time now and is superior in many ways.

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  Reply # 16349 7-Jul-2005 08:44
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I heard a very unreliable rumour that Telecom was going to bring out a Rugged Windows Mobile device. Maybe called the Triton?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 16369 8-Jul-2005 13:23
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And they are suffering from not having a MS Smartphone to compete against Vodafone's iMate SP3.

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Reply # 17038 25-Jul-2005 16:54
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The Triton Pocket PC will be available pretty soon. Check our review on-line now.

Also, there are quite a few nice devices being tested. Can't comment more than this, but saw a couple of interesting things around...





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  Reply # 17039 25-Jul-2005 16:59
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Thanks... just the info I was looking for.... cant wait for new devices.... now if they only could make some software to enable P2T on the CDMA Pocket PC's, I would realy be in heaven.

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