XCLNT HTC Shift/SnapVUE(liberated)

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ArchiMark
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SOLD! - HTC Shift/SnapVUE

Postby ArchiMark » Fri Jul 18, 2008 18:41

Well, decided even though I really love the design of the Shift and it works great, my ol' eyes aren't good enough for a 7" display, I need a larger display....

So, I've decided to part with my recently acquired Shift, hopefully, someone else here can make good use of it!

It's in like-new condition has not been used very much, have all the goodies (case, manuals, cords, extra screen protector, etc) that came with it, including the original box.

The instant-on SnapVUE (WinMobile...) mode has been liberated....nice!

S O L D ! ! ! ! ! ! !

:cool:



Thanks.
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Postby ArchiMark » Sat Jul 19, 2008 04:27

Here's a few photos....

:)
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ArchiMark
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New LOWER PRICE

Postby ArchiMark » Thu Jul 31, 2008 02:57

[color="Red"][SIZE="5"]Shift is S O L D ! ! ! ! ! [/SIZE][/color]

:D
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semiferger
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Postby semiferger » Fri Mar 05, 2010 06:27

THe product is really very good genuine features PDA, smart-phone and laptop the HTC Shift X9000 uses an 800-MHz Intel A110 processor with 1GB of RAM, just enough to run Windows Vista Business and a small and slow 4,200-rpm 40GB hard drive.


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