...bly to fit several gadgets. "And I'm holding a promotion and giving them for free to beginner trainers. It has a touch-screen
interface, several useful programs for trainers, and the capability for new applications to be installed. Are you interested?"
"Yeah," the two said, approaching.
He took the one he pulled from his bag and handed it to Tina. He stuck his hand in for a second, but couldn't find one. Curling his brow, he looked in the bag to
confirm. "I'm sorry, I think I've run out of the models I was giving away for free. I'm sorry," he said to Dawn.
"It's alright," she said, dejected. She began to turn away and continue on her route.
"Wait. I made this for trainers, and I don't like letting people down, especially a young girl such as yourself. If you'll come back to my shop, I can give you one for a
Dawn thought for a moment. She saw Tina with hers, and wanted one for herself; it looked useful. "Alright, sure." She joined the man and began west with him.
Eventually, they reached a small storefront, the words "Poketch Company Inc." on a sign over the door. It showed off several models in different colors and designs,
and small chips, probably with data saved on them.
He unlocked the door and let Dawn in, turning the lights on. "Come with me, please." He pushed a curtain aside and went into the back room to fetch a poketch. She