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Topic # 6002 15-Dec-2005 17:00
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Just found this... Looks like it could be a winner! Heck I want one ;)
http://www.3g.co.nz/?p=142

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Reply # 24812 15-Dec-2005 17:10
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Wow... This was announced seven months ago, and the HTC Universal (the model's name) has been available in the market for at least two months...





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Reply # 24813 15-Dec-2005 17:11
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isn't this a bit late? the discussion was on for weeks if not months...

There are a lot of other "rebrand" of this device half around the world, announced and sold already.


hmmm.... thought you knew about the announcement?




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Reply # 24815 15-Dec-2005 18:24
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Ahhh well. No need to be sarcastic. I thought it was cool... and it still is cool. I better find something else more recent and post about it so that I can redeem myself in geekzone geekdom ;)

If I could find a search tool in these forums that doesnt take me to google I might have done a more thorough check. In the meantime, I'm still thinking of whether or not it will support iTunes and if I can run my whole home entertainment from this one device...

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Reply # 24816 15-Dec-2005 18:40
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Lay off the crack man when doing a search just click the geekzone button

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Reply # 24819 15-Dec-2005 18:49
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No, it is not compatible with iTunes... But if you want to use it as a remote control for a media player on your PC you can run something such as Rudeo - it's very nice.






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Reply # 24820 15-Dec-2005 18:57
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I was waiting to be told off for my last post. mufasa don't take it too heart i'm just in one of those moods


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