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HPC:Factor's most popular of 2008

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Posted 10 years ago | Community | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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Now that another year is over, we can look back and reflect upon the year that has passed us. But what exactly has had our members jumping for their keyboard during 2008?

We've been through the statistics, counted all the hits and gently caressed our often timid database system to bring you a rundown of the items, threads and discussions that summed up your 2008 in the Handheld PC Community.

Reviews
#5: Ilium Software Keep Track 2.0
Author: John Ottini

#4: Vaja UMPC Carry Case
Author: Clinton Fitch

#3: Flashback: MobilePro 880
Author: Julio Ortiz

#2: HTC Advantage X7510
Author: Clinton Fitch

#1: Bye Design Ltd SpreadCE 2.02
Author: John Ottini

News
#5: Flashback: NEC MobilePro 880
Posted By: Chris Tilley

#4: Ten Tips, Tricks, and Uses for GSFinder+
Posted By: Chris Tilley

#3: July's Handheld PC Newsletter
Posted By: Chris Tilley

#2: HTC Advantage X7510
Posted By: Chris Tilley

#1: hp Jornada 720 on Facebook
Posted By: Chris Tilley

Forums (based upon views)
#5: If there was a modern Psion or HP Jornada type computer that ran full Windows, would you buy one?"
4th February | Author: primaz

#4: WIN CE 4.2 for becker 7934"
16th March | Author: arri18

#3: rom dump - custom roms for bsquare powerhandheld (maui)"
4th May | Author: cmonex

#2: 2008 Jokes, Humour and Funny Stuff"
1st January | Author: C:Amie

and the #1 most viewed forum thread created and viewed during 2008 is
#1: "Mio H610 with Windows CE .NET 4.2"
26th May | Author: Asterix

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Tell us your best of 2008
Posted on 02 January 2009 at 10:16

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