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By: Omega2008
Rating: 4.5 out 5




Is the Voyager Pro the right bluetooth headset for you? Read the review and find out!
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Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars


Up for review for today is the new Plantronics Voyager Pro. I have owned many of Plantronics Bluetooth headsets and I have to say this one by far is my favorite. I previously owned a Voyager 510 and I liked it very much. The sound quality was good and it always kept a connection with my phone unlike other bluetooth headsets I have owned. But with all things, there were some quirks with the 510 that irked me a bit. For one, the power button was very small and hard to press with my fat fingers. Two, the headset had a tendency to fall out of my ear if I turned my head left or right to much, which really annoyed me.

The short comings of the Voyager 510 seem to have been addressed in the Voyager Pro. The power button is larger and easier for me to press, it doesn't want to fall out of my ear when I turn my head left or right, and it just looks a lot better. As for comfort, I barely even know its there, it fits comfortable on my ear, and I wear glasses mind you, and I don't have any discomfort after wearing it here for the last 3 hours. The sound quality is excellent, just as I would expect from a Plantronics product. The Pro, in my opinion, definantly had a better sound quality than the 510 and that is saying a lot considering the 510 had very good sound quality. The pro introduces a new microphone technology, AudioIQ Noise Canceling that uses two mics for better sound reception. The boom features WindSmart screens to shield the mics from wind noise.

I decided to do a test with the Voyager Pro, I tested it against the Voyager 510 and the 520. I called several people and during the call I changed headsets starting with the Voyager Pro, then the 510 and finally the 520. From my end of the conversation the Pro and the 520 had the better sound and was loud and clear and not muffled. The 510 had very good sound quality its just that the Pro and 520 were better. Out of all the people I called, which was 10, 8 of them said my voice sounded the best, was clearer and less muffled with the Pro compared to the 510 and the 520. To me, that's is significant normally I get 50/50 between the 510 and the 520 when performing this test but it was apparent that the Pro won hands down.

The quality of the Voyager Pro is superb. It just feels nice in your hands. It feels solid and seems to be constructed well. Its light weight, far lighter than the 510 but heavier than the 520. Weight Comparison: Voyager 510: 0.7ozVoyager Pro: 0.6ozVoyager 520: 0.6oz Even though the Pro weighted the same as the 520, it still felt lighter to me, go figure. What I really like about the Pro is its styling, it screams professional and it looks great with my HTC Fuze! Yeah yeah I know its not that important but I am throwing it out there. Most people don't like ugly bluetooth headsets. I also like how the buttons are laid out on the Pro. The volume buttons are easy to access when the device is on my ear and, the "connect button" on the boom is easy to find and it doesn't require me to push to hard to answer it. To be honest, I love this headset. It works great for me and even though its bigger than most other bluetooth headsets, it sure does the job well and in the end that's all that matters.

Do you own a Plantronics Voyager class headset? Do you own the new Pro? If so chime in I'd love to hear your thoughts.









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Posted on: Aug 22 2008, 07:23 PM


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Chalk up another reason why I will not own a iPhone.
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Posted on: Aug 22 2008, 07:21 PM


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A little birdie told me that Proporta is offering a 15% discount off all Proporta branded hardware products on orders placed between the 23rd and 25th August 2008. Just enter BROLLY when prompted at the cart page to receive your discount. For anyone who owns a Nokia N95 (yes, yes I know its not windows mobile but....) they are offering a 50% discount off there Proporta Alu-Crystal Case. Just enter N95USERS.
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Posted on: Aug 19 2007, 02:16 PM


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MGN Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Reviewed By: Omeg2008

If you are looking for a powered car mount with a handsfree system then look no further, read my review of the WirelessGround AT&T Powered Car Mount.
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Posted on: Aug 19 2007, 01:55 PM


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Rating Legend
1 star: Find something else; save your money
2 star: Below average; not recommended
3 star: Average; performs as advertised but not inspiring
4 star: Good; worth the money
5 star: Great; best of its kind on the market




Reviewed By: Omega2008

August 19, 2007



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If your like me you use your Pocket PC Phone for many things like email, surfing the web, editing documents, downloading applications, etc but some of us use it as a GPS navigator either by pairing up a Bluetooth GPS receiver or if your PPC has it, an internal GPS chip. I live in the city, and I use my AT&T 8525 paired with a Bluetooth Receiver heavily, so I was in need of a good quality car mount for my device so that I could use it with ease for navigation. I came across the WirelessGround Powered Car Mount that really seemed to be what I was looking for. I was looking for a mount that was adjustable, had a good quality suction cup for mounting it on my windshield, was able to charge my device/keep it powered when using it with my GPS, and a added hands free component that I could use if my Bluetooth headset died or I forgot to bring it. So today I will be going in depth about how well this mount performed for me, my likes, and dislikes and any improvements that I would like to see incorporated on the mount.

Quality:

Quality is important to me, especially when its holding a device that cost me a pretty penny. Not only that but the suction cup that mounts it to the window needs to be strong and able to handle the weight of the device and the movement of the car while driving. When I first unboxed the mount and gave it a look over I was happy to see that it had a very nice and strong suction cup, my thoughts were reinforced when I mounted it on my windshield and it tried had to move it, I was able to take it off without decompressing the suction cup but it took a lot of force and that's what I wanted. The construction of the mount is all plastic, it seems to be quite sturdy since I did drop it on the concrete when I first got it on accident and it didn't even phase it. The wire that comes from the cradle to the speaker/car charger is of nice quality too, it's not thin like some of the other car chargers I have seen. All in all the quality of the mount is acceptable and looks like it would last a long time, which is important to me since I don't want to be having to buy more of them.





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Features:

This is the first powered mount that I have used, and on top of that it has a hands free system and a speaker. This is a great added bonus if you are using your phone as a GPS and you are not using a Bluetooth headset. When I used my PPC as a GPS the turn by turn directions from my device came out the speaker on the charger (see picture below) and sound clear and easy to understand, however I believe it was under powered and was not all that loud. In fact the speaker on my 8525 was louder and of course it's much smaller. I think more power needs to be directed to the speaker to make it louder. Also the built in mic on the cradle was not that sensitive, callers could hear me but not that well, I had to speak louder to get them to hear me. Now this may not be a problem with the mount it could be my device since when I tried using the wired headset that came with it, I got the same response about being not audible enough, so I think this could be a problem with my phone, the mount and the speaker and mic could be just fine. The best feature going for it is its ability to charge your phone as you use it in a call or as a GPS or just to have it in view to see whose calling you. I love the fact on how adjustable it is. You can pretty much configure it in any position that you could want. The pictures below show the pivot points for adjustment and the points where you can rotate the cradle. The big suction cup also is a plus, as long as the suction cup and the glass surface that you are mounting it to is clean, it will hold perfectly and securely, it even came with a mounting disk so that you can mount it on the dash of your car if you prefer.



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Usability:

The most important thing about any product is how useful it is and how much use you can really get out of it. I used this mount a lot in the past couple of weeks, relying on it to hold my device securely so that I could use my device as a GPS. Not once did it fall from the windshield, or dislodge my device from the cradle. The adjusting knobs made it easy to position the cradle in a location where I wanted it which is what I really liked about the product. I love the fact that this product does what it says it does, without any problems what so ever. The handsfree system seems to work very well and I am pleased with its performance however I perfer my bluetooth headset, however if I couldn't use it this handsfree system would be the next best thing.




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Conclusions:

For the price, which is $29.95 which is cheeper than when I started this review so its an even better deal, you get everything you would need to go handsfree and to take advantage of using your Pocket PC as a GPS. The quality is great and for the 4 weeks I have used it, I have no problems with it. If you are looking for a quality car mount, with added handsfree and charging capablities all in one unit then the WirelessGround AT&T Powered Car Mount is for you, I highly suggest you give it a try and for only 30 bucks, you can't go wrong. My contact within this company was extremly nice and understanding and I am sure that there customer service is just as good. Not only do they offer powerd mounts for the 8525 but they have them for the T-Mobile Dash and the Treo 680, 750, 750v. Make sure you check out there assortment for your device, they seem to have a good selection.
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Posted on: Jul 5 2007, 02:58 AM


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Looks nice! I can't wait for AT&T to get the HTC Kasier...man I want that device so bad.
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Posted on: Jun 21 2007, 02:32 AM


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When the earbuds (headphone covers) from your Sony Ericsson headphones eventually pop off never to be seen again, there is nothing more frustrating…so Proporta have designed and manufactured some replacements for your headphones, to make sure you never have to be without them again.





This product offers you the comfort of silicone for the best possible fit. The earbud design blocks out any outside noise and enables high quality sound. Available in a pack of 3 differing sizes (small, medium and large) there is an earbud to fit all users.







All you have to do is quote the promocode EARBUD when ordering the products, and your replacement earbuds will be sent to you for free. You can even pass the promocode on to friends and let them benefit from Proporta's fantastic offer.

Now, we all hear you say 'there's no such thing as a free lunch'. Well, in this case there is. We at Proporta are very honest and whilst you're wondering why we're giving away this product for free, we're hoping that you may be interested in some of our many other products as you surf our site. However, if you just want the free headphone covers, that's absolutely fine with us.


Click here to view more information on the Replacement Earbud.
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Posted on: Jun 7 2007, 04:11 PM


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Nice device I really like the interface, but I needs 3G or its a no go for me. I hope HTC plans on a 3G device with this interface.
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Posted on: Jun 6 2007, 02:36 AM


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QUOTE (MobileGadgetNews @ Jun 5 2007, 10:19 PM) *
Specification
Processor
TI's OMAP™ 850, 201 MHz

Operating System
Windows Mobile® 6 Professional

Memory
ROM: 128 MB

SDRAM: 64 MB DDR

Dimension
99.9mm (L) X 58mm (W) X 13.9mm (T)

Weight
112g with battery

Display
2.8" LCD touch screen with backlight

240 X 320 dots resolution with 65,536 colors

Network
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Tri-band: 900, 1800, 1900 (The device will operate on frequencies available from the cellular network.)

Device Control
HTC TouchFLO™

5-Way navigation control

Connectivity
Bluetooth® 2.0

Wi-Fi® IEEE 802.11 b/g

HTC ExtUSB™ (11-pin mini-USB and audio jack in one)

Camera
2.0 megapixel CMOS color camera

Audio Built-in microphone and 3-in-1 speaker

Windows Media Player supported formats: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, WMA, WAV, QCELP, MPEG4, AMR-NB, AMR-WB

Battery Rechargeable Li-lon battery

Capacity: 1100 mAh

Standby time: Up to 200 hours

Talk time: Up to 5 hours

Expansion Slot microSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)

AC Adapter Voltage range/frequency: 100 ~ 240V AC, 50/60Hz

DC output: 5V and 1A


HTC Press Release


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What!?! No UMTS/HSDPA??? Blah why would they even make this phone without that unless they are planning another varient. Looks like HTC is taking Apples touch interface on the iPhone seriously, but with the power of Windows Mobile and a touch interface like this the iPhone is nothing compared to it. Way to go HTC.
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Posted on: May 11 2007, 03:47 PM


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The only messaging client that uses SMS is the one that is on the Blackjack. Its a multimessenger program by OZ Communications. It works well but it uses SMS and you have to hit, Menu, Refresh to see any new messages which I find very annoying. For the 8125 I suggest you get Agile Messenger or IM+ any one of those will let use AOL, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ and others. I have the 8525 with WM6 installed, I like it better than the 8125 due to the faster processor (I am a very heavy user of this device.). For your needs I recommend the 8125.
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Posted on: Mar 30 2007, 11:53 PM


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QUOTE (GrYph0n @ Mar 30 2007, 07:24 PM) *
Heh, I really don't mind waiting for the Wings since I am going to be "Out of town" and the loop/picture for the next 7-10 months. Hopefully the Wings will be out by the time I get back. Here is hoping for that. I should have plenty of money saved up by that time to be able to get all sorts of new toys...


I want the VOX........and WM6 is great I am using it on my 8525.....oh and Jim when are we getting HTML for Exchange hmmmmmmmmmmmmm lol tongue.gif
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Posted on: Mar 8 2007, 03:36 AM


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It seems only the smartphone version is available now....none for the PPC flavor yet, when I tried to get it, the webpage it sent me to on my phone told me it will be available in April....bummer. I hope it works well with WM6
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Posted on: Mar 2 2007, 06:03 PM


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Are you looking for a bag to carry all your various gadgets? A bag that you can use to charge your devices on the go while they are in the bag? How about charging all the devices in the bag when your at home, work or at a hotel? If you have been looking for a bag that does all this and more, look know further, check out the Proporta Gadget Bag Review from MGN.
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Posted on: Mar 2 2007, 05:50 PM


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Rating Legend

1 star: Find something else; save your money
2 star: Below average; not recommended
3 star: Average; performs as advertised but not inspiring
4 star: Good; worth the money
5 star: Great; best of its kind on the market

Reviewed By: Omega2008
March 3, 2007




If you are like me, you may have tired or are trying to converge to on device that does it all. In my quest to this I have found that converged devices are great….but they lack many things. For one the digital camera on my 8525 just doesn't cut it for high resolution pictures or pictures that I take that require more settings than what the 8525 can offer. I love listening to music and the 8525 is a great multimedia device but it's also my phone, I don't like draining my battery to listen to music for a long period of time. I prefer my Samsung MP3 player for that. What I am getting at is that I prefer to use a specific device for a specific purpose when I am going to demand a lot of use from it. So the problem arrives….how am I going to carry all this stuff when I travel? Well the folks at Proporta.com have come up with a bag that carries multiple gadgets in separate smaller bags that detach. So I got my hands on one and put it to the test to see if it can pass the following tests: Usability, Design, Functionality, and Durability.




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Initial Thoughts:

When the bag arrived I took it out of its blister type packaging and looked over it carefully. My first thought was that I wish there were a smaller pocket for an MP3 player since the two smaller ones on the outside looked too big for that, but when I opened up the main compartment…BAM! There is was! I pouch for and MP3 player, awesome!

The bag looks to be designed to carry a multitude of gadgets. The main compartment, without any doubt, is used to carry a portable DVD player. However I can think of many other things that this could carry. For example, I can see carrying a UMPC, external hard drive or optical drive, business card scanner, heck you could even put Proporta's USB Mobile Device Charger or APC's Universal Power Pack. There is even a strap to secure power cables and or sync cables. The two smaller compartments are great for digital cameras, Bluetooth headsets, PDAs, cell phones, etc. There is also a carrying strap that is adjustable to fit you perfectly.

Usability:

So now its time to put this bag to the test, is it really usable? Will I want to use it when the opportunity arrives? Well to answer those questions I packed up my gear (Cingular 8525, Olympus Sylus 800 camera, Samsung Y-Z5 MP3 player, some USB cables a powered USB hub and my Jawbone Bluetooth headset. I went over my grandmother's house to stay a couple of days to put it to the test. The best thing about this bag is that every smaller bag as well as the main compartment bag has a small rubberized hole to run cables thru. So you can keep your MP3 player in the bag and listen to your music, great when your on a plane or on a bus traveling to somewhere. However the best thing about this feature is that if you have a mobile power pack like Proporta's, or APC's, you can actually charge your devices while on the go, how great is that! You can be listening to your MP3 player while it's charging in the bag, or you can charge another device. I really like this feature. I used it a lot on the trip to and from my grandmother's home. With the powered USB hub, I was able to charge several devices at one time, while it was in the bag! Amazing and oh so useful! Its nice to be able to just lay my bag on a nightstand, plug up the USB hub and all my devices charge at once. These rubberized ports also are useful for running out headphones or any other cable you may need. I find this bag very useful for my purposes.




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Design:

In my opinion this bag was designed very well for its purpose. It's design makes it very easy to charge multiple devices within the bag. Or with a portable power supply charge one or two devices while on the go. This makes the bag very versitle and as stated before, very usable indeed. The bag is made out of a tough external materal sorta like cordora and all internal compartments are lined with a soft felt that protects your devices from scratches and reduces movment within the bag. They provide you with a convienent carring strap as well. I think that the colors could have been a little better with more contrast in the stitching but that's not a deal breaker here, at least not for me. The modular design of this bag made it easy to take my MP3 player or my Bluetooh GPS with me when I needed it without taking the entire bag.



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Functionaly:


Proporta's Gadget Bag has proven that it is useful and has good design but is it functional? Well that depends on you. If you need to carry multiple devices and want to be able to charge them on the go or all in one place at work or home or where ever there a power outlet. The ablity to detach sections of the bag to take a gadget with you while leaving it at home and having a access port on the bag to charge it or to string your headphones thru to listen to your music, then this bag is definently for you. It will be very functional for you. However if you do not carry multiple devices then this bag will not be functional for you and probably won't serve you to well. So if you need a bag like this then yes this bag is functional for the purpose it was desgined for and I highly recommend it.



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I really enjoyed using this bag, I have found many uses for it and its ablity to be versatile is its greatest asset. I would love to see a bigger bag from proporta that is the same as this but as a laptop bag and with more compartments. The modular design is a great idea and I think they should in corporate it in to other bag designs.


Technical Specs:

This bag can be bought by itself or with the Proporta USB Mobile Device Charger.

Proporta Gadget Bag

Proporta Gadget Bag /w USB Mobile Device Charger


Gadget Bag: 27cm x 22cm x 7cm (10.6" x 8.7" x 2.8")
Bag (without front pockets): 27cm x 22cm x 4cm (10.6" x 8.7" x 1.6")
Front Pocket: 14cm x 20cm x 3cm (5.5" x 7.9" x 1.2")
Interal Compartment: 13.5cm x 10.5cm x 3cm (5.3" x 4.1" x 1.2")
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The interface is what amazes me....if you are able to customize each one of the modules to display what you want or at least have a module that you can custimize and the ablity to add more would make this great. I can image this on my 8525 and just using the scroll wheel to navigate to the module I want and pushing the wheel inward to select it or open something that it controls, etc etc. Looks promising.

EDIT: After looking at these pictures more closely it looks like its just plain ol WM5, the non vistash windows logo on the start button and the white line on top of the start button and quick list button is giving it away. Some else pointed out the white bar.....looks like an advanced plugin made by Samsung.
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Posted on: Feb 22 2007, 03:54 PM


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There are new DST Changes that will take affect this year, this will affect the clock on your computer, and the DST tables in Microsoft Outlook, Exchange, and all verisons of Windows Mobile, except for Windows Mobile 6.0.

"Congress has changed the dates for Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the United States starting in 2007. Canada has adopted similar DST dates. These changes could cause clocks and Microsoft Outlook calendar appointments on Windows Mobile-powered devices to display incorrect times for March 11 – April 1, 2007 and October 28 – November 4, 2007 and again in subsequent years. You can find more information about the exact dates and potential impact in the Changes to DST section."

-Microsoft

To reflect these new changes Microsoft has reased several patches to fix this. You will need to download the operating system patch for Windows XP, the 2007 Oulook DST Update tool for all verions for Oulook. There is a .cab file which Microsoft has prodided to update Windows Mobile devices. You can find the .cab and the instructions here.

Make sure you read and follow the instructions competely for updating your Windows Mobile device. Changes will not take affect correctly if you do not. If you have questions ask in the apropriate forum here and we will be glad to help.

You can read the KB article on this and there you will find links to update your software. Make sure you update all your software that requires this update. Here you will also find instructions to update your Exchange Server if you run one.

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There is also an app called HTC X button, that is what I use and works great. Google it.
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Soon Cingular will be rolling out HSDPA in all UMTS covered areas. It sad that the iPhone does not take advantage of this. This is why I will not be getting one...it hinders on the devices potential IMHO.
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Posted on: Dec 31 2006, 04:34 AM


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Sounds good, sorry you didn't like it Smeg. I never did like the Jabra, it was not comfortable to me at all. Can't wait to get mine I bought it off ebay, I got the black one.
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Awesome!
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QUOTE (The Undude @ Dec 30 2006, 08:49 PM) *
I agree. Much more practical than searching out the numeric keys on a QWERTY keyboard, that's for sure. Still, a moving part, is a part that risks breaking more easily.

Strangely, looking at all these nice new coolio devices from HTC in 2007, I'm not feeling any envy or buyers remorse over my recent Samsung/Blackjack purchase. It's just that good! wub.gif



I feel the same way I have no regrets buying my 8525 its the best device I have had so far. It has everything I want and need in a device.
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Could be if its made for WM5 I suppose.
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Posted on: Dec 31 2006, 01:47 AM


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Just bought one myself today. Can't wait to get it.
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Posted on: Dec 30 2006, 09:51 PM


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Yes but I can't remember the name of it. If I remember or come across it I will let you know.
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