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Wanted: C1000 Or C3000 Or C860?
« Reply #15 on: June 06, 2005, 03:06:20 pm »

I would like to upgrade my SL5500 to clamshell model. What would you advice me and where I can buy it? I don't mind 2nd hand, my 5500 is also 2nd hand and I was absolutelly satisfied with it.
I didnt buy anything on Internet till today (exept some CD's from amazon) so advice me please about paying methods. I dont have PayPal account but I can create any if needed. I live in Slovakia (now EU) so shipping to Europe is required.
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Have you seen this C1000 [a href=\"]on Ebay here[/url] ?  It's black - very cool - or are they all black???
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The c1000s are mostly all black. It's been done a couple of times before, but when I get my c1000 back I'll be swapping guts with my 3000  I'd rather have the sexy black 3000 with me every day instead of the bleah iPod white.
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Wanted: C1000 Or C3000 Or C860?
« Reply #16 on: June 06, 2005, 03:50:13 pm »
The C1000 are all black - black on the outside and grey on the inside.

I do agree the black makes them lok way cooler than the C3000 (which are "IPod White") and thats why I bought the C750 earler and now the C1000.
New no more-C1000 / 5000D (sold my 6000 and 750) | Cacko ROM 1.23 on C1000 | 256 MB CF | 2GB PNY SD card | Socket Networker WiFi CF Card | USB Host cable from StreamlineCPUS | Mini Microphone (for voice recording) |