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#11372 18-Jan-2007 15:39
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Now that Imate no longer gets their OEM units from HTC... what will the many of the PPC/Smartphone users that wanting HTC's products in NZ do?

Will Vodafone be looking at getting HTC's products directly? or get them through Vodafone's brand?

There are few new products that seem pretty cool to get if they ever get into NZ, like HTC's Cavalier (UMTS/HSDPA Smartphone WM5 with QWERTY thumbboard), or Imate Jaq3 which is PPC in landscape display on 2.4" with QWERTY thumbboard but only at best EDGE.

Also, you can't find Motorola's Q or Q Pro, or Samsung's WM devices in NZ yet, any word whether these are coming?




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#58287 18-Jan-2007 17:52
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Really, i-mate is running into a corner. What are they going to do now, seeing all those phones they are bringing out are quite on the ugly side? That's probably why they are bringing things like digital photo frames compatible with Vista SideShow...







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  #58965 26-Jan-2007 21:47
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Holy cow, bat man. Is that thing really a ppc? Looks more like a plastic photo frame.

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#58971 26-Jan-2007 22:13
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What are you on? I wrote "digital photo frame" in my post...





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