iPAQ h4150 for less than £246.74 inc VAT?

  GibsonSt19 17:24 13 Oct 2004
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Anyone know where I could find such a deal?

Thanks lots.

  Stuartli 18:05 13 Oct 2004

Strikes me as an awful lot of money for a gadget to just store and play music.....:-)

You can buy, for instance, three top brand Nicam video recorders for that sort of dosh, three portable 14in TVs, two 21in sets, five NEC dual layer DVD rewriters or around 10 CD-RW rewriters.

  GibsonSt19 18:07 13 Oct 2004

It does a little more than music though, doesn't it really?!

  sidecar sid 18:17 13 Oct 2004

ipaq not ipod.....:-)

£246.74 looks like a good price any chance of a point in it' direction?

  sidecar sid 18:33 13 Oct 2004

"As new"

click here

Brand spanking new.

click here

  Kate B 18:42 13 Oct 2004

I paid about £270 at John Lewis for that model, so sounds as though you've found a good deal. it's a nice PDA, I'm very pleased with it.

  accord 18:53 13 Oct 2004

where did you see that price ???? cant you buy it from there ???

The cheapest i could find last night was from click here

  accord 19:09 13 Oct 2004

Bookmarked that Rankhour site for future ref for pdas, cheers

  GibsonSt19 19:57 13 Oct 2004

Erm, the first price? It's available at ebuyer for that.

  Kate B 21:10 13 Oct 2004

oddly, the John Lewis website has it on for £299, which is a fair bit more than I paid in Peter Jones!

  accord 21:12 13 Oct 2004

click here


the above shows same product but different prices. the only difference i can see is that the more expensive one includes 2 year warranty and has more software included.

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