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    Reason to be happy with 660x (TMobile pulls HP ipaq)

    http://www.gizmodo.com/gadgets/smart...cements-036992

    Random, "Be glad you own a 660x" phone.

    As much as some of you hate the 660x, the Ipaq _REALLY_ sucked by various accounts I read.

    Back to shoutcast on my pda...
    Cheers,
    Byron

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    I actually had an HP 6315, but yes, the problems one has with it makes me want to keep my PPC6601.

    I thought it was something I was doing to the HP, and when I decided to let it keep all defaults after a hard reset (not restoring any files) all the problems existed.

    So currently using a PPC6601. Nice unit

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    This is not good for us as well. Companies are having trouble making money with these phones. We want T-Mobile and HP to succeed to to drive competition. This is bad for everyone.

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    Originally posted by mswlogo
    This is not good for us as well. Companies are having trouble making money with these phones. We want T-Mobile and HP to succeed to to drive competition. This is bad for everyone.
    Thats one way to look at it. Personally, I think there's a big difference between 'trouble making money' and making a phone that is really limited.

    HP should have known better. I understand why they designed it with the limitations they did, but they should have known the market better.

    As is, given the size of this forum, and xda-developers.. I'm not too worried.

    Another phone/pda will appear. I'm seeing more and more people with them.
    btf

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