Xoom just a Redfly that supports Android?

Litt

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A few years back when I was using an HTC Touch Pro, I got a Celio Redfly as a gift. It was a great device that gave my Touch Pro a bigger keyboard and screen. Unfortunately, Celio hasn't gotten on the Android bandwagon (or the Windows Mobile 7 bandwagon for that matter) so the Redfly sits and collects dust. Then I see all this hype over the Xoom and I think "hey, I saw that trick 2 years ago".

Personally I think it is a great concept. Not good enough for me to change carriers or trade in my Evo, but I'd love to connect my Evo to a keyboard and bigger screen. Make taking notes in meetings a breeze.
 

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