B-Stock Toshiba Portege G910 £68.00 @ Expansys
B-Stock Toshiba Portege G910 £68.00 @ Expansys

B-Stock Toshiba Portege G910 £68.00 @ Expansys

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Good phone with GPS and keyboard. Wifi and Bluetooth included as well.

Replacement battery is not expensive at all, flea-bay should be helpful.

Same item (B-stock as well) also listed on expansys for more than 140

Next Cheapest Available: ebay 110.00

Grade B-Stock:
Please note that this product is not new and is sold on a strict "first-come, first served" basis.

Used item in good condition. Unit has minor cosmetic damage and is missing battery.

This personal mobile navigator ensures you know where you are at anytime, in any place. Navigation simplicity in you hand, the built-in Sat-Nav (GPS receiver) will help you arrive on time, ready for the day ahead.

Technical Details
Size (mm): 117 x 64 x 19.8
Weight (g): 183
Band: 2100 for HSDPA category 6, 900/1800/1900 for GSM/EDGE
GPRS: Class 10
Display: 65K colours, TFT, 3" Wide-VGA
Camera: 2 Mega Pixel with Auto focus, Digital zoom, VGA sub camera for Video telephony
Video: H.263, H.264, MPEG4, WMV
Browser: WAP 2.0, XHTML, HTML 4.01, ECMAScript/Opera 8.6
Memory: ROM 256MB, RAM 128MB
Messaging: SMS, MMS, email (Outlook), MSN messenger
Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, A2DP, AVRCP, USB 1.1 Client (mini-USB connecter)
Java: MIDP2.0, JTWI, JSR 135/75/179
PIM/DRM: Mobile Outlook® (Addressbook, Calendar) ActiveSync (Addressbook, Calendar, mail) OMA DRM 1.0/2.0
Biometric Security: Fingerprint authentication
VoIP: Over Wi-Fi®
Windows Enabled: Windows Mobile® 6 Professional
Battery: Standby time: up to 330 hours
Talk time: Up to 265 minutes*
GPS: Built-in GPS receiver


Nice PDA, that looks and feels very sturdy, diabolical phone (good speaker phone function, but very strange when used like a traditional candy bar phone).

The touch screen is difficult to get used to, because the digitizer that sits in front of the screen is so thick (tapping feels very indirect).

Good price, also I would never buy one of these for myself. The device feels like an unfinished concept design, that is several revisions away from the final product.

The Computer Exchange TCR store actually refused to buy these for cash, because they couldn't shift them themselves (people apparently kept returning them under their 24hour returns policy).

Dreadful phone, bad news about cex got one in for testing. Less than a year old I will take anything for it.

Very bad touchscreen, poor system, rather get a Nokia5230.

very bad phone..bought two new ones from expancy last year...sold one to CEX for a profit..the other one i used my self and i hated it every single day..ended selling it on ebay 3 months later. very poor battery life, keeps cutting calls and very inconvenient to hold as a phone..i will never use it again even if they pay me to do so
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