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Of course, anyone who just bought anything running 1.6 probably ought to have their head examined, but that's another story.
Now, that's just insulting. It was bad enough that these devices shipped with 1.6, but to now only upgrade them to 2.1, when everyone else is moving to 2.2, is a slap in the face to all the people who bought these