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Old 10-05-2006, 02:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can someone tell me if 7750 is still decent unit.
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Old 10-05-2006, 02:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't think so. It is very slow, using a much slower network. I'd avaoid it at any cost.
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Old 10-05-2006, 05:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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In my experience, it was never a decent unit. Take the above advice and pass it on by.
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Thumbs up Ode to the 7750

I must leap to the defense of the oft maligned 7750. True, it is the slowest of the 7000 series but it has:

1. the biggest screen
2. the best keyboard
3. the most comfortable form factor for the hand (for men anyway)

Try typing on an 8703e and compare it to the 7750 - no contest!

Screen size - bigger is always better

Reviewing a large number of emails on any of the newer bb's causes my trackwheel thumb to cramp up - but not on the 7750!

The 7750 is alas - turtle, but not a dog!


RIP 7750!
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alright guys all the poin tis valid. I paid 7750 $80 canadain the guy also have 7250 he wants to sell it for $350. mY question is worth to spend extra money.
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also when u guys say slow define slow?? remember blackberry are not meant for surfing the internet
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That's what u think! The 7750 is very slow to operate and has a low amount of available memory. It is slow to load applications; it is slow to run applications.

The 7250 - on the EVDO network - has a very fast Internet connection.
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so let me ask u than this:
alright guys all the poin tis valid. I paid 7750 $80 canadain the guy also have 7250 he wants to sell it for $350. mY question is worth to spend extra money.
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I think we've already told you that the 7750 is very slow - I call it terrible. How you spend ur mny is ur decison.
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so let me ask u than this:
alright guys all the poin tis valid. I paid 7750 $80 canadain the guy also have 7250 he wants to sell it for $350. mY question is worth to spend extra money.
Only if it comes with spellcheck!
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