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Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of mobile for Friday, July 10th, 2009: Russia's RoverPC is now shipping its G7, X7, and V7 models running Windows Mobile 6.1. All three feature heavily-customized interfaces by SPB. [Via TamsPPC] If you're willing to go with a r

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We're not trying to be superficial or anything, but Russian company RoverPC's newest model, the 3G, quadband GSM, and WiFi-enabled G7 is kind of a looker -- somewhat in the vein of previous devices we've seen from the company. Spec-wise, it's carrying a 624MHz CPU, 128 MB RAM, with mini USB and m

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RoverPC rolls out the next in its cleverly named line of devices as an update to the RoverPC P6, called -- yeah, you guessed it -- the RoverPC P7. While the aesthetic for this Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro device has certainly gotten a big push, and the specs are looking dandy, it seems that our friend 3G

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It's been a tick since we saw the oh-so-snazzy RoverPC G5, and we must say, the RoverPC P6 cranks up the sexy by a few orders of magnitude. The Windows Mobile 6-based handset, which is sure to make those not in Russian mighty envious, sports a 300MHz Samsung 2442B processor, a 2.4-inch 320 x 240 re

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It's been a tick since we saw the oh-so-snazzy RoverPC G5, and we must say, the RoverPC P6 cranks up the sexy by a few orders of magnitude. The Windows Mobile 6-based handset, which is sure to make those not in Russian mighty envious, sports a 300MHz Samsung 2442B processor, a 2.4-inch 320 x 240 r

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