Quickfire returns to AT&T, no longer Quick to start on Fire

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Four months after the Quickfire got pulled from the shelves for being a fire danger, it has returned. We’re can only assume they’ve fixed that nasty little charger-of-fiery-death issue. After 4 months and a recall warning, these things probably weren’t going to fly off the shelfs at the original $99 dollar price tag – so AT&T went ahead and chopped it down to $30 bucks.

At $100 bucks, we’d skip it. At $30, it’s a good pick for anyone looking for a dampened Sidekick. Make sure you pick up a headset adaptor if you have any interest in listening to music on this thing, as neither an adaptor nor compatible headphones are included in the box.

[Via EngadgetMobile]

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