|Post 1 made on Monday October 17, 2005 at 19:04|
I've noticed that iProntos can be purchased direct from Philips for as little as $700 these days. I suppose that means that Philips will be replacing or abandoning the line in the not too distant future. I'm interested because the iPronto provides twice the screen real estate which means I can place instructions on the same screen as buttons (wife-friendly) or get twice as many buttons on a single screen, meaning fewer pages. The wi-fi connection and the epg seem like a good idea as well.
I note that the iPronto editor doesn't have many of the features that have been incorporated into new versions of PPENG. For those of you with experience programming both iPronto and TSU7000, what are the iPronto gotchas compared to the 7000?
I note that one can import a ccf file into the iPronto editor. Does any one know how to import a pcf file with a workaround?
|Post 2 made on Tuesday October 18, 2005 at 21:32|
Where can you order an iPronto for $700? I have never seen it that cheap if it wasn't a refurbished model...
|OP | Post 3 made on Wednesday October 19, 2005 at 13:11 |
That is refurbished. However, for a few $ extra, Philips will provide a long-term warranty. See [Link: cgi.ebay.com]
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