iPaq Accessories can Double Total Cost of Acquisition

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Date: Monday, October 4th, 2004, 08:03
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When considering the purchase of any piece of mobile technology it is important to consider the entire real cost of the item including the accessories. The devil in certainly in the details and with PDA and smartphones especially, you should expect to spend almost the cost of the base unit on the requisite cases, batteries and chargers.
For example, the new HP iPaq h6315 smartphone/PDA costs much more than the attractive base price of US$499 (with activation, US$599 without).
Look at these extra expenses as Total Cost of Acquisition (TCA) and if you dive in and purchase the new iPAQ (or any mobile phone or PDA, for that matter) prepare yourself to buy the following (almost immediately). Read more…

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Verizon and Apple Fail to Support Bluetooth Sync on Motorola V710

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Date: Monday, October 4th, 2004, 08:29
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Neither Verizon nor Apple support wireless address book synchronization on Verizon’s first Bluetooth phone, the Motorola V710. Read more…

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