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PDAs just aren't fun without the internet. And the only way to get that reliably is on a 2.5G/3G wireless network (i.e. it might as well be a mobile phone with these functions). So Mr. Jobs is turning out to be very right about his predictions regarding standalone PDAs.
T-Mobile, being the only GSM provider supporting MMS at the moment, and further the only company that is bringing new technology like the 3650 into the U.S., is more than likely the first provider to offer the 3650, if not the only one. You can get an OEM 3650 now on eBay, or www.gsmphonesource.com . Prices usually between $600-800. I expect this to drop by 25-35% as soon as the T-Mobile-branded/flexed version of...
Not to be overly technical, but the one with "Orange" printed all over it was a version of the T300 made for Orange. It looked somewhat similar, yes, but this more resembles the T600 series. Notice there is no picture with the screen on.. the T60x series does not have a color screen, unless it has been specifically added by request. This is actually the T606 that you have displayed here, tentatively made for Verizon, the T608 is made for Sprint. There is also the T106...
This is turning into an actually entertaining thread. Mods, don't lock it, if anything move to AO. The above poster makes a great point. Those truly wealthy value money before things, not the other way around, or they won't be wealthy for much longer. (Parasitic wealthies may be an exception.) I wish I could win the lottery, I would limit myself to 6 months of being a nouveau riche. Then I would stop. Cold turkey. I know I could do it.. just let me try, please.....
[quote]Originally posted by nosey: When you realize that Apple has to take your little beauty, send it somewhere else, have them scribble your polite phrases of technological hero worship on it, collect it and them mail it back to you all safe and snug in its little box, then yeah... I could see it costing 49 bucks. To do it yourself will be cheaperr. Just hope the person doing it doesn't sneez or anything while they have that vibrating instrument near your...
[quote]Originally posted by nosey: When you realize that Apple has to take your little beauty, send it somewhere else, have them scribble your polite phrases of technological hero worship on it, collect it and them mail it back to you all safe and snug in its little box, then yeah... I could see it costing 49 bucks. To do it yourself will be cheaperr. Just hope the person doing it doesn't sneez or anything while they have that vibrating instrument near your...
I wouldn't trust anyone I couldn't reach in person with that expensive of a little toy. I'm sure there are jewelry shops in your area that do laser engraving. Just call around to see who would do it for you, but don't tell them how much Apple quoted you unless they quote you higher, and even then, lie. It shouldn't cost more than $15-25 IMHO.
I wouldn't trust anyone I couldn't reach in person with that expensive of a little toy. I'm sure there are jewelry shops in your area that do laser engraving. Just call around to see who would do it for you, but don't tell them how much Apple quoted you unless they quote you higher, and even then, lie. It shouldn't cost more than $15-25 IMHO.
I'm peeing my pants. [Laughing]
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