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Old 03-22-2005, 05:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I currently have a 7510 which just recently crapped out on me. I can file a $100 claim and recieve back a 7510. I'd rather upgrade and the $49 after rebate is looking tempting.

Since I do not have any of the PDA's listed on the trade-in list I was looking to buy one from a third party for $50 or less. Hey save a few bucks anyway i can...

My question is out of all the PDA's/Phones on the list...which one is going to give me the best deal. I quickly browsed E-Bay but didn't really know what to look for.

Audiovox Thera Pocket PC 2002
Danger Sidekick/Hiptop
Good G100
Hitachi (G1000, P300)
Kyocera (7135 Smartphone, QCP 6035)
Motorola (Pagewriter 2000Xr, Pagewriter 250, Timeport 270c, Timeport 280, MPx200)
Nokia (6200, 7250i, 3650, 9290, 9000i, 9000il)
Palm (Tungsten W Handheld, i705, VIIX, VII;
Treo (180, 270, 300, 600))
RIM BlackBerry (850, 857, 950, 957)
Samsung (SPH-I330, SPH-I300, SPH-I500, SPH-I600, SPH-I700)
Sierra Wireless voQ
Siemens SX56
Sony-Ericsson (P800, T226, T616, T62u)
T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone
Toshiba 2032.

Any help would be appreciated. I'm assuming the older the model the cheaper the phone. Palm VII seem to be going for a cheap price.
Old 03-22-2005, 05:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Luckily for you, I researched this already and the cheapest PDA that you will get the greatest margin on is the Palm VII.

Currently going on eBay for $10-$20 shipped!
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