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<!DOCTYPE div [<!ENTITY Aacute '&#193;'><!ENTITY aring '&#229;'><!ENTITY copy '&#169;'><!ENTITY curren '&#164;'><!ENTITY deg '&#176;'><!ENTITY divide '&#247;'><!ENTITY eacute '&#233;'><!ENTITY Eacute '&#201;'><!ENTITY Egrave '&#232;'><!ENTITY ETH '&#208;'><!ENTITY euro '&#8364;'><!ENTITY frac12 '&#189;'><!ENTITY frac34 '&#190;'><!ENTITY hellip '&#8230;'><!ENTITY laquo '&#171;'><!ENTITY ldquo '&#8220;'><!ENTITY lsquo '&#8216;'><!ENTITY micro '&#181;'><!ENTITY middot '&#183;'><!ENTITY nbsp '&#160;'><!ENTITY ndash '&#8211;'><!ENTITY plusmn '&#177;'><!ENTITY pound '&#163;'><!ENTITY raquo '&#187;'><!ENTITY rdquo '&#8221;'><!ENTITY reg '&#174;'><!ENTITY rsquo '&#8217;'><!ENTITY sect '&#167;'><!ENTITY times '&#215;'><!ENTITY trade '&#8482;'><!ENTITY yen '&#165;'>]><div>Whether it was Tanoshii kurisumasu wo or Sretni praznici, the message was the same everywhere I web surfed, happy holidays! And at HPCFactor, we hope that everyone, everywhere had a great holiday season. Of course the unwritten message I read was, "buy it here!" Did you realize that it was 13 years ago that most people were playing with their first CE1.0 HPCs? What a long way we have come since then. And while the price of everything goes up and up, for handhelds the opposite is normally true. Check out this old magazine advertisement from a December 1997 issue: <IMG src=/staff/Rich/casioad.jpg> These days you can pick up machines that make these legacy devices look like toys for a fraction of the original cost of the A-10. Everything from tablet pcs to small CE netbooks and other UMPC devices. Be sure and share with us a post in the forums of what you received this past holiday season in the way of handhelds, and include a small picture as well if you can. I bet you got a whole lot more for your money than I did back in 1997!</div>