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  1. NRG
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    Wow what more could you want in a phone. Well maybe a touch more styling couldn't hurt. Some the things it says here is that it will run both OSs XP and WM5, zero lag switching between them! It has got all kinds of ports as well. It will be interesting to see if this comes through. Now this is what I call bleeding edge. Go read some to get the scoop on this thing.

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    I think someone posted about this before?
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    I did awhile ago....but it's been so long I thought maybe this was their second release that they said they would eventually come out with.

    Most reviews at the time I posted it said, nice device....but really want to look at the next gen of it.
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    HI, What is the size and weight??? Is it me, or does it seem a Little too big. take care, jay
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    All it needs is a big whip antenna and we are back to the 80's! Man that thing looks huge!
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    Seems a silly product in a way. Their web site says nothing about specs except some of the useless addons like 3 USB ports (why?) but no built in keyboard. It's all run via Windows Tablet PC. I think these are computer generated images and it looks a lot bigger than it should be. I'm guessing it's going to be hefty...
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    It's probably bigger than the Sony U50/71. Why don't you get a U71 and a CDMA data CF card and call it a day? It's actually not vaporware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever7
    It's probably bigger than the Sony U50/71. Why don't you get a U71 and a CDMA data CF card and call it a day? It's actually not vaporware.
    I highly doubt it is that large. I bet it is the size of a treo.
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    It seems to be a little larger than the treo.


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    a little?
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    Interesting how they have wm5 and xp on the same machine. Perhaps in future one operating system will be available for both desktops and mobile devices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    I highly doubt it is that large. I bet it is the size of a treo.
    lol, not even close, checkout this video: http://reviews.cnet.com/DualCor_cPC/...7-6414596.html
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    Looking at the video, I could see some real slick enterprise solutions being met with this device. But quite a bit overkill in size, features (dual processor for 2 OS, 40 gig HD, 1 gig RAM, size, price at aroudn $1,500 etc...) for anyone not in business.

    I would personally LOVE to have this as a second device....as it really could be a TRUE laptop replacement while on the road. Add a BT keyboard and BT mouse and you are set. Does it have built in WIFI? Is so it is packed.
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    too much bulk to be my phone replacement, but definately a "laptop killer" and with 3 usb ports you could easily hook up a printer, external dvd-rw, harddrive, keyboards, mouse etc when needed. I like it
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    Wow that thing is much larger than I thought! First thing that comes to mind is a CarPC.
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    Hi, It seems like you will need a backpack to carry it around. I will stay with my 650 until the next upgrade using the PALM OS. Take care, jay
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    Pretty damn impressive. I wouldnt buy one, not just because of the price, but damn that thing is sweet.

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