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XDAII now or XDAIIi later?

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Hi, I was going to start a new contract on o2 the other day with an XDAII but i then read a magazine that said that a new XDA device is shortly coming out the XDA IIi (not the one with the keyboard).

What I wanted to ask was, is the IIi going to replace the II? and have you any idea what the price difference would be?

I can get the XDAII for £99 at the moment and wont really want to spend over £150-200 ish when the new IIi comes out.

So do you think the IIi will be much more expensive?

Thanks, Mat

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The XDA IIi is a new model designed to supplement the current XDA IIs. Its essentially the same except that it has a better (allegedly) camera and a 624Mhz processor instead of the 400Mhz version found in either the XDA II or the XDA IIs.

Its only a worthy choice if you need the extra processing power or better camera, otherwise the XDA IIs is a very good buy at the moment. I wouldnt go with the XDA II anymore, its old hat now.

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The XDA IIi is a new model designed to supplement the current XDA IIs. Its essentially the same except that it has a better (allegedly) camera and a 624Mhz processor instead of the 400Mhz version found in either the XDA II or the XDA IIs.

Its only a worthy choice if you need the extra processing power or better camera, otherwise the XDA IIs is a very good buy at the moment. I wouldnt go with the XDA II anymore, its old hat now.

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The XDA IIi has a 520Mhz processor.

It also has more ROM

XDAIIs

Processor Type: Intel Xscale PXA263, 400MHz

128 MB SDRAM, 64 MB ROM

Slide down qwerty

VGA Camera 0.3MP

Supports image formats JPG, BMP

Supports video formats MPEG4, H.263, Motion-JPEG AVI

CMOS Chip: VGA (640 x 480 pixels)

Minimum scene illumination: 5 lux

Frame rate: 15fps

XDAIIi

Processor Type: Intel Xscale PXA272 520MHz

128 MB SDRAM, 128 MB ROM

No keyboard

VGA Camera 1.3 Megapixels

Supports image formats JPG, BMP

Supports video formats MPEG4, H.263, Motion-JPEG AVI

CMOS Chip: XVGA (1280 x 960 pixels)

Minimum scene illumination: 5 lux

Frame rate: 20fps

The XDA IIi is out now on O2.

See http://www.my-xda.com/xda2i.html

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rmg.

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