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I can't WAIT for this device!!

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I'm getting a Blackberry thing from my company Tuesday. My father already got his and I was playing around with it - no touchscreen, counterintuitive controls...I could almost care.
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I'm our "Blackberry" rep at our store as I deal with many a business customers per day. The Blackberry device is a device that is basically meant for e-mail retrieval in an instant matter. It's a no frills device that I absolutely love. Considered one of those as well, the 7250 but this 6700 has me geeked! That, or the Sanyo 9000 which debuts in November as well. I love what's on the horizon. Is your Blackberry a Sprint (CDMA) device or a Nextel (iDEN) device?
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I'm our "Blackberry" rep at our store as I deal with many a business customers per day.

The Blackberry device is a device that is basically meant for e-mail retrieval in an instant matter. It's a no frills device that I absolutely love. Considered one of those as well, the 7250 but this 6700 has me geeked!

That, or the Sanyo 9000 which debuts in November as well. I love what's on the horizon.

Is your Blackberry a Sprint (CDMA) device or a Nextel (iDEN) device?

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Think its Alltell. My father also has a Kyocera 7135 and damn that seems lightyears ahead of the Blackberry. The Kyocera has a touchcreen, stylus, handwriting recognition, optional QWERTY keyboard attachment, and handles like a phone. That's what irritates me most about the Blackberry is that it makes a Godawfully awkward cell phone. I think the Palm-driven design of the Kyocera lends itself to being a better all-around device

The theory in our company is for everyone to send/recieve e-mail reports to each other with the Blackberry and also to fill out time sheets, expense reports, etc with it. The e-mail thing will work...okay, but the filling out documents? Like hell. They think the Blackberry is a minicomputer. Its not; its a e-mail-getter while you're away from the computer.

Oh well...
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