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andrew950

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#4246 22-Jun-2005 03:40
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I am thinking of buying one of to replace my ipaq 1940. I want a wireless/bluetooth enabled PDA. Is this a good move or should I wait until the updated M/soft operating version is released when retailers will be keen to get rid of out-of-date stock for knock down prices?

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  #15885 22-Jun-2005 08:26
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Devices manufactured just before the release of 2nd Edition Windows Mobile seem to be going for about 50% of retail value in my area at the moment.

So, yes, worth waiting (but you could miss out if they sell all their stock before the price drops).

Sometimes you just need to get things -now- at all costs - is this one of those times for you?

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