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ganoe
post Mar 12 2004, 08:39 AM
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I am guessing the C970 (if there is such a thing) would have specs similar to the 6000 with built in wifi and such. ????

I'd suspect that if it was for the US and had built-in wireless, it would have shown up on a FCC website somewhere months ago.
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post Mar 12 2004, 09:11 AM
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That brings up an interesting point. Is it legal to import a non-FCC approved device?
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post Mar 12 2004, 09:34 AM
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"A Linux PDA really should be cheaper than a similarly specced Pocket PC because there's no Micro$oft tax. "

Instead there is the Qtopia tax.
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post Mar 12 2004, 09:44 AM
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I am guessing the C970 (if there is such a thing) would have specs similar to the 6000 with built in wifi and such. ????

I'd suspect that if it was for the US and had built-in wireless, it would have shown up on a FCC website somewhere months ago.

Right. Which implies an unfortunate conclusion. For Sharp it may be somehow logical though... as far as I have heard they even have a hard time producing enough units for the japanese market.
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post Mar 12 2004, 11:09 AM
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are any of these guesses educated guesses?
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post Mar 12 2004, 09:50 PM
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I am guessing the C970 (if there is such a thing) would have specs similar to the 6000 with built in wifi and such. ????

I'm guessing your guess is accurate biggrin.gif
I am tired of guessing...

I want to KNOW...

but then again I have been trying to get the money saved up since last June to buy me a Z...and since I am still a little short(still recovering from unemployment) I guess I can wait a little longer...

..Maybe by then there will be rumors of a Z phone that I can hold out for...
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post Mar 13 2004, 01:42 AM
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The question is of course: if it will be announced in March - when would it be available in the stores (in Japan)?
Also with gadgets one could allways have a (good) reason to wait a little bit longer.
It's seems like a compromise between feature request and patience to me...
I mean, even if the C970 would be out in the stores by April, it would take time for the community to develop new ROMs etc...
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post Apr 1 2004, 04:48 PM
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From the pictures, it looks like something that you would buy from a collective in old Russia. Who did the industrial design on this, the same guy in E-germany that did the troby (sic)?
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post Apr 1 2004, 10:17 PM
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If so, I will have to reconsider my 760 smile.gif
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