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    Hi

    Just thought I'd start a topic on this, sorry if repost.

    personally just got a PDA 2-3 months ago from Cingular, the 8125 I believe and it's great, then I saw the iPhone and kind of disappointed but will probably get it when it releases.

    http://www.apple.com/iphone/

    Any thoughts?

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    No. if your disappointed, don't get it.

    there are better phones out there, everything the iphone brings to the table has already been done.
    much cheaper too.
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    Get an xPhone
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    Hi

    You mean http://www.seeo2.com/product/XphoneI...ate/Product.vm ?
    Looks very interesting, and I do think iPhone looks promising.

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    very expensive, plus very expensive service to use it. More than you'd pay for broadband at home.
    I think it's cool, but not what I want to spent that much on.

    I'd go for a wireless networking card through a cell phone company to connect from anywhere if I wanted to spend $60 a month or so. Still more than home broadband, but cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djr33 View Post
    very expensive, plus very expensive service to use it. More than you'd pay for broadband at home.
    I think it's cool, but not what I want to spent that much on.

    I'd go for a wireless networking card through a cell phone company to connect from anywhere if I wanted to spend $60 a month or so. Still more than home broadband, but cool.
    Personally I'm already paying this type of bill for my PDA at the moment, so if iPhone can do a better job, I would make the switch

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    Great designed product , but i am not quite sure it is easy to use.

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