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Old 03-07-2005, 05:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all you experienced blackberry users.

When shopping for a blackberry i have a choice between a 7750 and a 6750.

Which one should i get, they look so similar except for their screen and key pad size.

Second question: i am presently using a kyocera 6035 palm phone. Like the blackberry the data base and other features are great.

Does anyone know how to move all my contacts information from the kyocera to the blackberry?

Thanks for your help

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Old 03-07-2005, 05:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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From what I have read in this forum, those are the two worst blackberrys that they are. Both are pathetically slow. But if you have to choose, I would say get the one with the color screen at least.
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If you are looking at the 6750 or the 7750, that means you are on a CDMA network provider.

If possible see if your service provider has the new 7250, it's a color CDMA blackberry with much faster speed and comes with BB OS 4.0
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I agree with geekman686. Go for the newer model... much faster speed, bluetooth, and so sleek. If you only have the choice between the 6750 and 7750, go for the colour screen.
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Personally, I am partial to all the blackberries with the full keyboards. I love going on verichat, writing emails and text messages from my blackberry. The full keyboard for me and others with the same needs out of the blackberry should probably stick with the full keyboard (in my opinion). It allows for MUCH faster typing and easily identifiable manuvering.

This would outlaw the 7100t and others like it.
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Personally, I am partial to all the blackberries with the full keyboards. I love going on verichat, writing emails and text messages from my blackberry. The full keyboard for me and others with the same needs out of the blackberry should probably stick with the full keyboard (in my opinion). It allows for MUCH faster typing and easily identifiable manuvering.

This would outlaw the 7100t and others like it.
Great comment, except the original poster has a choice between the 6750 and the 7750.

If those are the only choices (and not the much better 7250), then go with the 7750. The 6750 is so memory contrained, with a slow processor. That's a much better description than "the two worst BlackBerrys".

Definitely consider the 7250.
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