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5/26/2011 07:54 PM EDT
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beyarfaj2004
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beyarfaj2004   1/24/2012 5:20:53 PM
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hi, can anyone tell me of a store that sells its motherboard???

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jorgemendez   6/6/2011 12:11:56 AM
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amazing

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selinz   5/27/2011 7:50:37 PM
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No mention of the battery, although it's shown in the second pic. How easy is it to change? Is it possible to carry around an extra?

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Kinnar   5/27/2011 6:27:15 AM
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It is an excellent concept and design, only sony can come up with this kind of devices and applications. True excellent component selection, design and placement. A business phone with Game option.

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