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T-Mobile G1 Unboxing
Adam Z. Lein
| October 28, 2008 9:30 AM
Diana and I unboxed the T-Mobile G1 last night. It includes everything you would expect: USB cable, charging cable, headphones, and even a little case. Oddly, it does not include any software CD for the desktop computer.
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