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Changing from old to new technology

by SuzSM / January 20, 2011 12:13 AM PST

I have an HP IPAC 2790. I love the Microsoft interface. Don't want to go to Apple. My unit is dying, out of touch, etc. Is there a unit out there that does similar things as an IPOD touch but one that uses Microsoft platform and interfaces with WIFI but one that I don't need to pay for service?

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Windows Mobile has reach the end...
by John.Wilkinson / January 20, 2011 1:02 PM PST

Microsoft has replaced Windows Mobile, the operating system your iPaq uses, with Windows Phone. Thus, outside of third-world countries, your only option is to shop for an old model on Ebay or the like if you want to stay with the same platform/interface you're used to. Nearly all come with built-in WiFi, though, so you're free to take your pick.


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Windows Mobile has reached the end
by SuzSM / January 23, 2011 10:15 PM PST

So sad but, thanks for your reply.

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