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Old 03-19-2006, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It wasn't easy to go from thin to brick, but after a week as a Blackberry 8700r user, I am getting the hang.

I still don't quite get the Crackberry hype because it seems like a very 1990s gadget to me. I'd expect video, a slimmer design and more. But as-is it's okay.

In the week I have had this, I have been able to use a map from a website when lost, text to locate relatives visiting -- even in the subway, and last but not least, use A0L I'm!!! That app secured this purchase! I love I'm on this.

Con: Throwing a brick in the pocket is not as comfy as the Razr.

Good: Everything else.
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