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#16

Nilesh

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Hope this great device is released soon!!If only it had a flash and does anyone know how many colours?Hope they have got more colours on screen!And,how about incorporating an FM radio also?Or is this wanting too much,too soon?!?


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#17

Neung

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How's about "Integrated QWERTY Keyboard"?


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#18

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[16] Thank God no! :-)

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PS: Ever tried the Xda IIs/III thumb-keyboard in landscape? ;-)


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#19

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[17] Is it very bad?  I mean that keyboard. :twisted:


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#20

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[18] No, it isn't but I'm used to use the stylus instead of thumb-keyboards. I'm way faster with the stylus and Transcriber than with any thumb-keyboard. If I want to use a keyboard, I prefer a real one like the Think Outside Bluetooth keyboard (http://www.theunwired.net/index.p...). For fast input, also IntelliPad does a great work with its T9 technology.
Don't keep me wrong, there is nothing bad with the Xda IIs/III keyboard, it's just a personal flavor I have and I don't want to pay additional money/weight for something I don't use at all.


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#21

Neung

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[19] Thank you for you ecomment, totally agree with you lol


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#22

john

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Hi all,

Just a question:

Does the XDAIIi have a flash (for the camera) or no? Many thanks

John


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#23

Ralph Hoogerhuis

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When will the XDA IIi will be commercially available? I had a MDA II and now the Qtek 2020 and like the form factor, although I already looked at the beautiful small MDA Compact. Howewer, I decided to go for the XDA IIi as I do not have to change my fixed Brodit carholder and it is smalla anough. Only in the car I uses it as a phone, for the rest I have a C500 as a phone and the Qtek 2020 for data, car-navigation, fax.

So who knows the answer? Arne should now it ...


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#24

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Will the intellipad be available for download for Xda II?


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#25

Liz

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I cann't decide on the P910i Sony Ericsson or the XDA. The sales people tell me the P910 but I'm not sure. Do you have an opinion?


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#26

Raza Zaidi

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[23] Don't you think that the Imaginet Finger Clix serves much the very same purpose already available for our standard xda ii


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#27

Jose

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What the main differences between Xda IIs and IIi other than the retractable keyboard? Would it be worth it to wait for the IIi release rather buying the IIs?

Many thanks


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#28

Sugianto

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when will XDAIIi be launched for sure ?( the exact date and time???)and the price to..
cause i'm very interesting to buy XDA IIi. thanks


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#29

Fredrik

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Does anybody know how to didable the wireless manager. I need to be connected through both Wireless LAN and GPRS at the same time and the Wireless Manager does not seem to like that. I cannot connect GPRS when Wireless LAN is connected.


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#30

Hery Cahyadi

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Since the dimension is exactly the same, does it means that they share the same battery?
And does it means that we still can use all of our XDA II leather, steel, hard plastic, and/or silicon cases?


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