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Topic # 83503 18-May-2011 00:53
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I pains me to do this, I have fallen in love with this device over the last week since receiving it, but I've decided to sell it as it doesn't have some key features I'm looking for in a development device - USB host port and HDMI out (yet) - both of these may be available via dongle/cable in the future, but I don't want to wait to find out, and then deal with shipping from the US.

So, it's going up for sale at the same RRP as similar spec'ed tablets such as Acer A500 (except nothing is quite spec'ed like this one, it's truly unique - slimmer and lighter than iPad2, massive 7000mAh battery, etc).

It's a beautiful device, very lightweight, very slick and probably among the first to get Android 3.1.

See TM auction for details: http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=377359686

Cheers,
Paul

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  Reply # 470376 18-May-2011 07:43
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I noticed in your trademe auction you state:
Android 3.1 "Ice Cream Sandwich" OTA update due in a few weeks according to Samsung.

The 3.1 update is still honeycomb, ice cream sandwich is not due out till end of the year.

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  Reply # 470377 18-May-2011 07:57
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Right you are - sorry, was a very long day yesterday!  Auction updated.

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  Reply # 471084 19-May-2011 13:25
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Sold! When can I pick it up?!?!!




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