There is an auction at eBay, where you could buy a “Tungsten X420″.

It seems to be a prototype of the T|W:

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 Tungsten X420   a Tungsten W prototype?

What do you think about this? Do you have further information?

Bei Ebay gibt es eine Auktion wo Sie einen “Tungsten X420″ ersteigern konnten.

Dabei scheint es sich um einem TungstenW-Prototypen zu handeln:

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 Tungsten X420   a Tungsten W prototype?

Was denken Sie? Haben Sie weitere Informationen?

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4 Responses to “Tungsten X420 – a Tungsten W prototype?”

  1. Yes, that is in fact what it is. I have one of these in my closet and let me tell you, the prototype sucked as much as the final version. Not totally sure what the 420 means, so I’ll be curious to see if anyone else posts info here.

  2. Hi,
    I saw a different one over at PalmClub’s! It already looks like the W we know, but still says x420. However, a friend of mine confirmed the existance of this device-it is entirely true that this machine actually has existed!

    In fact, I beleive that the TW is not as bad as one says that it is. Yeah, it doesnt do MP3,.. but the headset is no problem for me and I start to like keyboards more and more:)

    What about sharing some imaghes with us? Email them to Tamog at gmx dot at and have them posted!!

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  3. Hey,

    I found this:


  4. Hi John,
    thats not it IMHO. I have four photos of the x420 in my Outlook somewhere and can ask one of our comrades to make photos – stay tuned!

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

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