Skip to comments.BlackBerry maker throws new Curve at consumers [a mid-sized device with full keyboard]
Posted on 05/03/2007 7:15:55 AM PDT by bedolido
The Curve, a new model of the BlackBerry device. NEW YORK - BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. is introducing its third new model in less than a year, a mid-sized device geared toward consumers who might prefer a full keyboard for typing text rather than the abridged one on the popular Pearl. The Curve, named for its smooth edges, will be offered first by AT&T Inc., though no launch date or pricing was disclosed in a news release Thursday. The device has a front trackball below the screen to navigate its menus, a feature that RIM introduced last year with the Pearl as a replacement for its signature side wheel for thumbing through e-mail. With the Pearl's success, RIM also added the trackball to the 8800, the new version of its top-end phone for business users.
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I use both the Blackberry 8700g (work) and Treo 700p (personal); both have positives and negatives, but the Treo has a few more capabilities.
But I look like freaking Batman with all this crap on my belt.
Holy Connectivity martin!
Ok, I’ll stop calling collect.
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