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High-Speed Internet in the Palm of Your Hand
The New T-Mobile BlackBerry 8700g handheld and accessories bring together the best qualities of a high-speed PC, a cell phone, a gaming system and a personal organizer into one super speedy device.
A blazingly fast Intel processor, 64 MB of flash memory and the speed of T-Mobile’s EDGE network creates a Java-enabled web browsing experience that rivals a PC on a high speed connection.
“The device blows the doors off of anything before,” says Jennifer Bean, IS Director for Shared Resources at BlackBerrySource.com. “The next level of personal communications revolution, the BlackBerry 8700g opens up mobile computing for today’s professional and with its array of features and available BlackBerry 8700g accessories, staying in touch has never been easier”.
With features such as a built-in attachment viewer that supports PDF, Word and Excel, the device’s legendary e-mail and PC qualities enable the user to open attachments, zoom in on a specific piece of information and view pictures and documents on a screen that’s larger, clearer and crisper than anything before.
Plus, everything we love about our cell phones, from ring tone downloads to high-speed, real-time gaming action, are built right into the 8700g. Users can seamlessly go from sending or receiving an e-mail to calling the person in the e-mail, automatically.
Rounding out the device’s list of new features is a personal organizer that automatically syncs up to your Outlook calendar.
“Users don’t ever have to hook up the device to thier PC again,” says Bean. “Once it’s synced the first time, the device wirelessly syncs to a user’s Outlook.”
The T-Mobile BlackBerry 8700g even includes built-in support for Instant Messaging, including AOL, ICQ, Yahoo and MSN, as well as the latest version of BlackBerry’s Internet email service allowing professional and personal users alike to connect to up to 10 email accounts.
About the Author: Jennifer Bean is the IS Director for Shared Resources at BlackBerrySource.com.