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Site Offer The Register's Mobile, Wireless and PDA Store has a bumper treat in store for readers this month with a range of discounts available on a mixed bag of wireless kit. Remember, these are exclusive offers too, available only through The Reg's very own shop. All prices are VAT inclusive.

1. Sony Ericsson R520m - The first Bluetooth phone released and currently the cheapest Bluetooth phone on the market. An absolute steal at £55.22.

2. HP iPAQ Pocket PC H4150 - Includes Bluetooth and WLAN 802.11 technology - £266.76. This is a price discount of approx. five per cent for Reg readers.

3. Palm Zire 21 - The latest Palm PDA. Another killer product, that's not even available on the High Street yet. Extremely well priced at just £69.32.

4.D-Link DWL-905 + Airplus Wireless Network Kit #- A complete kit for everything you need to set up a wireless network at home. - £66.97

5. Nokia 6600 - £327.82. Not massive, but still a saving of per cent off the usual retail price.

6. Sony Ericsson Z600 – for just £270.25

7. TDK go blue Bluetooth USB Adaptor (250m range) - £50.53

8. Sony Ericsson HBH-65 - Handsfree for safer driving. - only £78.72

9.Nokia CK-1W Bluetooth Car Kit - £79.90

10. Navman iCN 630 In-Car Navigation GPS + SmartST V2 - £834.25

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