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Topic # 4867 10-Sep-2005 09:00
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This auction is an initiative from a group of technology and gadget websites (Geekzone, Phonescoop, Gizmodo, All About Symbian, Make Magazine) to raise funds for a designated charity work helping the efforts being deployed in the New Orleans area, affected by the Hurricane Katrina.

i-mate kindly donated this item, an i-mate SP3i Windows Mobile Smartphone .
  • Our initial bid is NZ$150 (about US$106.50, please use xe.net for an exchange rate service).
  • Bids should be posted on this thread.
  • The winning bid is the final price and you will be contacted to arrange payment when we close the auction.
  • Postage is paid by us, but any tax or import duties (if any) is paid by the winner.
  • No comments on this thread, only bids.
  • Please bid what you are willing to pay and make sure to enter the currency (either NZ$ or US$, e.g. NZ$150, US$150)
  • Auction closes at the same time as other auctions, i.e. Thursday 15 September 5am New Zealand time.

  • We will accept payment via Paypal (if winner is outside New Zealand) or direct deposit (if winner is in New Zealand). We will then transfer 100% of the funds to the American Red Cross and post the item.

    If you want to bid for other items, check Phonescoop where a list of all current auctions is being maintained.

    Please be generous!


    The full specs for this phone are:

    System: GSM & GPRS, triband 900/1800/1900 MHz
    Operating System: Windows Mobile 2003 software for Smartphones (2nd Edition)
    Color: Black & silver
    Dimensions: 107.5mm(L) x 44.5mm(W) x 18mm(T)
    Weight: 102g (with battery)
    Display: 2.2", Transflective TFT-LCD 176 x 220 pixels, 64K Color
    Processor: TI ARM OMAP 730
    Memory 64/32 MB ROM/RAM
    GPRS: Class B, multi-slot class 10
    Battery: Removable Rechargeable Li-Ion 1050mAh
    Color CMOS VGA (640x480) camera
    Built-in Bluetooth v1.1 and Infrared
    MMS compliant
    Battery: Removable and rechargeable Li-ion battery 1050 mAh
    Talk time: up to 3.5 hours
    Standby time: up to 140 hours
    Audio: WAV/WMA/AMR/AAC/MP3 full stereo player, hands-free
    Expansion: MiniSD






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    Reply # 19909 10-Sep-2005 09:17
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    $200.00 NZ

     
     
     
     


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    Reply # 19911 10-Sep-2005 09:50
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    .. $NZ250 ...

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    Reply # 19912 10-Sep-2005 09:53
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    NZ $255.00

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    Reply # 19913 10-Sep-2005 10:12
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    NS$300

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    Reply # 19914 10-Sep-2005 10:20
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    $310 NZ




    that would be an ecumenical matter

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    Reply # 19915 10-Sep-2005 10:23
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    $NZ 315.50

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    Reply # 19917 10-Sep-2005 11:10
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    $NZ 330.00

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    Reply # 19918 10-Sep-2005 11:47
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    $NZ 333.00

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    Reply # 19919 10-Sep-2005 11:50
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    $NZ 350.00

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    Reply # 19920 10-Sep-2005 11:57
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    $NZ 353.00

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    Reply # 19922 10-Sep-2005 12:39
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    $NZ 360.00





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    Reply # 19923 10-Sep-2005 13:46
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    NZ $361.00

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    Reply # 19924 10-Sep-2005 16:44
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    I bid $NZ 400

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    Reply # 19942 11-Sep-2005 10:29
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    NZ$425

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