Having tracked my FedEx shipment ever since it left Dell.com ($489.10 shipped!), I finally got my hands on my new Clie! First order of the day would be applying the screen protector which I got from Brando earlier, and then the fun began! HotSync via USB on Mac OS X doesn’t work yet, but it does over Bluetooth and Infra Red. The built-in digicam is so cool! And the screen is awesome! And there’s this thread on ClieSource.com where the virtual Graffiti has been hacked with skins! I’ve got the Mac OS X skin on mine.
Sony Clie PEG-NR70V in Manila!
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