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Default [09-16-2004] A BlackBerry for Phone Lovers

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Research in Motion's BlackBerry e-mail devices have gathered a loyal (if relatively small) following, and their small-yet-usable QWERTY thumb keyboards have become widely imitated icons of modern handheld design. The BlackBerry's biggest drawback: Models that double as phones have always felt too wide to cradle comfortably to the face.


That was before the new BlackBerry 7100t cell phone. While the notion of a Blackberry without a QWERTY keyboard may seem tantamount to heresy, RIM pulls it off quite well with this slim, attractive device that includes all the features BlackBerry fans have come to expect.
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