You'll need to, you know, actually own one of the above devices and register it in order to get the download. It's nice to see companies offering this update, especially for free. Sorta makes you wonder why HP is being so miserly about WM6. Seriously, WM6 is able to run on any device that's powerful enough to run WM5, I'd think that customer goodwill alone should be enough to convince any company to offer the upgrade. Kudos to E-TEN for offering it earlier than most.
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