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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    And possibly the Pre 3 AT&T and Verizon versions....
    yeah those 2 too.
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    I'd say that in a sense, it already IS a 'collectors item'.. it's just that about 1 Mill people have 'collected' them!

    How many 'iPads' are out there? Will they eventually become landfill?

    It's one of those quirks isn't it.. but certainly the White/64Gb and 4G versions are not going down in price in a hurry.. thats for sure!

    Last edited by Mutoidi; 09/25/2011 at 01:53 PM.
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    I think the 64gb version will be worth a bit in s few years
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    Who would pay for something a few years down the road that is obsolete? I have a MOTO razer if anyone wants to buy something old. Original nes ok maybe but a touchpad ? I love them think they r cool but a collectors item i don't see it.

    sent from my thunderbolt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loccy View Post
    I never forgave my mum for giving mine away to the local pikies. So much so that I bought one off eBay a couple of years ago. Atari 2600 Berzerk is still the best game ever written.
    I hear that, I had a BBC Model B with drives, floppies and stuff galore in storage at my Mum's, she chucked them out. The same pikies probably had that too (Chatham, Kent ... Say no more )

    My fault for emigrating I guess

    Back to topic, collectable? No, not really a 'game changer' but an interesting ride to travel on none the less, I'll be keeping mine ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PDAJAH View Post
    I think the 64gb version will be worth a bit in s few years
    only if you got the special solid gold edition
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