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    Google Ion / HTC Magic Unboxing

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    Our friends over at Engadget were lucky enough to be in attendance at this weeks Google developer conference in San Francisco when Google pulled an "Oprah" and gave everyone in attendance on day 1 a fully functioning Google ION, complete with a TMO sim card and 30 days of free service (looks like we know where this device is heading). For their hands on comments and un-boxing photos (all 27 of them) take a look HERE.
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    That's a great looking phone.
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    that's great i wonder if its the g2? thanks for the info
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    Thats sweet! Esp with the registration fee was $400.00. You got two days full access to the conf plus a device for $400 bux.

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    I smiled at picture #3. Please remove the device from your pants pocket before sitting down.

    Those people are so lucky, A phone like that for free would be nice. I will have to add that model to my "list". List of phones to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayden View Post
    Thats sweet! Esp with the registration fee was $400.00. You got two days full access to the conf plus a device for $400 bux.
    $300 if you registered before May 1st, and $50 if you're a student.
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