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Old 02-07-2006, 10:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys,

I am new to the Blackberry universe and I am getting ready to make the big jump... the reasons?

I feel very disorganized. I can't quite pull my e-mail, phone and "human" encounters together into one place, and I often end up missing beats because I wrote an appointment in an agenda that I left at home, or something. You know how it is. Therefore, the Blackberry for me would be a tool where I could access e-mails, phone and organizer at the same time. I realize that it is not a PDA, but at the same time I will certainly make serious use of the Calender/To Do option in the unit. Lots of typing.

Would you guys recommend the 7100t? or the 7105t? Or the 7290?

I have the opportunity to pick up a 7100 for $120. It's in really, really good condition.

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If you plan on doing a lot on typing directly on the BlackBerry, you would probably want one with a full QWERTY keyboard. Of the models you listed, the 7290 is the only one that fits that bill. I have a 7100t and typing is OK, but I dont do much directly on the BlackBerry. I think it would bother me more if I had to do more.
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