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Topic # 13363 6-May-2007 19:10
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Whats on my Pocket PC?



....a few cracks in the display!! Yell

Let this post be a public epitaph to my Dell Axim X3i which now has some cracks in the bottom-right corner of the screen and is now due to be decomissioned.

My wee Dell suffered this injury as a result of being in my pocket while I was wearing pants + over pants while it was raining. Being inside my wallet + the pressure crushed it. I would post pictures but this being a family website it's not appropriate to show such atrocities.

Axim...oh Axim.....we barely knew you. You opened up my eyes to the world of mobile computing and taught me so much. We'll miss you Dell Axim. ..beep beep...battery is flat. Cry


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  Reply # 69920 8-May-2007 13:41
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You could hope, wish, pray (if inclined) that the rumors are true about the POSSIBLE Axim D150? Supposedly has VGA, 3G Phone and 3D Accelerator graphics... I would sell my Telecom Apache and Axim X51v if this is true...

Talk is all over the net on this. Oh well dream's are FREE (Until the Government finds away to TAX them...lol)

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  Reply # 71119 18-May-2007 10:27
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i also got few crack actually big one on the key virtual keypad area , i use letter recognizer all the times so i used to write a lot now top payer gone on touch screen Laughing

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