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> The unofficial official my cosmo has arrived thread
post Nov 18 2019, 07:40 PM
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I looked for one - I seem to remember we had a "My Gemini Has Arrived" thread. After the "scam" thread, and with so many waiting, maybe people can be more confident that theirs is on the way be seeing how many have been delivered.


order 9xx, Japanese motherboard (for Australian LTE frequencies), US keyboard and power supply.
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post Nov 25 2019, 07:05 AM
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Ok, the postman was nice to me and delivered my Cosmo laugh.gif tongue.gif . No. 126 (German keyboard, EC power supply) reached its destination. It's up and running now and I love the keyboard backlight. After some time (rooting etc.) it will substitute my Gemini. Great phone/computer/communicator, I love it. Best buy since Gemini

Bye for now
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post Nov 26 2019, 10:03 PM
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Postman delivered my Cosmo yesterday (#76, UK Keyboard, UK Charger) and I have to say I am really impressed with it. Everything is more sturdy (couldn't believe how well the hinge held the screen in position the first time I opened it, showed what I had become used to with the Gemini), the keyboard is excellent, a big improvement over the Gemini. Now to start properly setting it up with the apps and settings I was using on the Gemini...
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post Nov 27 2019, 05:23 AM
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Mine (UK) arrived today! \o/

(About half an hour before the email from Indiegogo saying that it's shipped…)

The hinge is indeed a lot sturdier (and so the unit is more stable when open), and the keyboard seems a bit better (if noisier).  (But I won't be able to put it through its paces until I can root it and start transferring stuff from my Gemini.)
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