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    At least according to Mark Kellner of the Washington Times.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/funct...2-101447-7311r
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    Well the Q is only 199.
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    Great job Palm. Your mission is complete. Enjoy your retirement.
    Make It Happen!!
    If you don't, who will?
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever7
    Well the Q is only 199.
    and according to a post on howardforums, the treo on verizon will be $300 with a two year contract.

    which one does more?
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    I wonder if he got a complementary service contract too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe
    and according to a post on howardforums, the treo on verizon will be $300 with a two year contract.

    which one does more?
    A little bit about the Q

    Looks like its not the greatest smartphone ever...

    You can't edit Office files? on a Windows phone? hmmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe
    and according to a post on howardforums, the treo on verizon will be $300 with a two year contract.

    which one does more?
    lol...

    Well ACCORDING TO VERIZON, it'll be $399, not $299. If you're don't get a new contract, the Q is $300... still affordable to most... If you don't get a new contract, the 700p is $650... not exactly affordable to most people...

    Note: I'm not a Q fanboy nor do I think it's a superior device than the 700p, but I'd just like to point out how Motorola's competetitive pricing and RAZR like thinness will be enough to get it decent sales.
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    If you do not have a touch sensitive screen, then you have another Blackberry, which may look pretty, but, it's not a Palm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bclinger
    If you do not have a touch sensitive screen, then you have another Blackberry, which may look pretty, but, it's not a Palm.
    Amen to that
    Technological superiority has never won a product battle. If that were the case we would all be flying in supersonic Concordes and using Apple computers.

    The key to winning the battle is a combination of price, convenience, marketing, sound business model and a bit of luck.
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    from the article, "One final note. For those with Cingular and T-Mobile service, Motorola said it would have trials for a GSM version by the end of the year."

    Trials - not shipping....

    For all I heard about the Q, it is on the same release schedule as Blackberry Connect for Palm (at least we have that now - and workign very well by the way).
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    He does has a point. Palm and Motorola pretty much kill off Sony and Nokia's chances in NA. Not to mention there is no GSM 3G service yet.

    Samsung still has a shot if it wants to try harder. LOL at the HP phones.
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    Not quite. Verizon scuttled the GSM version of the Q. This does not mean the device isnt being actively developed internally. I suspect the GSM Q (which was announced before the CDMA Q in fact) will be ready to roll a whole lot sooner than people think, but of course after verizon's exclusive peiord expires.

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