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RIM Blackberry Curve 8300

RIM Blackberry Curve 8300

“I think this phone is a great phone for business. The full qwerty keyboard is awesome and allows you to type full-length emails quickly and efficiently. Also, it allows you to type naturally without auto-complete or predictive text, which I think is nice because it is no problem to type any words you like including slang when texting with friends and whatnot. The camera is very nice and awesome...” --ronedoggy

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RIM Blackberry Curve 8330

RIM Blackberry Curve 8330

“With its great capability, it is one of the best smartphones I've ever had. I wouldn't trade it for anything, nope, not even for the Storm.” --

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RIM Blackberry Curve 8320

RIM Blackberry Curve 8320

“The Curve may be the best BlackBerry out there as of July 2008. It's the slimmest full Qwerty berry, but it's still a bit chuncky up against the variety of Pearls. Voice quality is acceptable, but hopefully it's the keyboard and email you're after. Both are excellent. My trackball got wonky after 6 months of (ab)use, but I'm finding that's standard with trackball'd berrys. Where hath my scroll...” --doppler

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RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

“This is a decent little phone. These days I'm surrounded by iPhones, and I have to admit it'd be orange to apple to compare it to one of them, but at $0 with a service plan it's my kind of orange. I acutally took possession of the little thing when my brother, six months after getting one with his new AT&T contract, decided he couldn't live without the next best thing and upgraded to a Gen....” --pauljm

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Rim Blackberry 8830

Rim Blackberry 8830

“I dig this phone a lot, since it does most of the things I need - email, scheduling, phone, and web access. Adding email integration was very easy. The default web browser is okay (good enough for Google Reader, Techmeme, etc), though you may want to download Opera Mini for some more power. There's no camera, but I don't really need one personally. Some people might though. The downsides aren't...” --mikeleeorg

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RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310

RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310

“I'm on my second one in 6 months (hence the lower durability rating) while I had my previous phone for about 6 years.  However, the value  you get is well worth the money: it can now be obtained for free with a new 2-year contract (AT&T)  and THEN a free $75 rebate at amazon.com. My primary uses and usage per day:1. Email - 100 in/out2. Gtalk/BB Messenger - 15 mins3. Talking - 45 mins4....” --kynamd

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RIM BlackBerry 8703e

RIM BlackBerry 8703e

“I got this phone used from a friend but I absolutely love it. I just moved to the DC area and I would literally be lost without it. I'd wanted a Blackberry for a while and used friends a time or two but now that I have mine it would be hard to turn back. I always seem to have service, even when others don't and I've dropped it numerous time and it's stood up to the ware and tear. It's super...” --Beck16wil

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RIM Blackberry Pearl 8110

RIM Blackberry Pearl 8110

“As most people have said, the biggest con to this phone is the semi qwerty keyboard instead of the full qwerty of the curve.  I don't write many e-mails so this does not bother me at all and I love the size compared to the curve.  This is the second smart phone i have owned and blackberry dominated the cingular one i had before.” --mmoser10

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RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130

“Blackberry Pearl 8130 activation experiences, setup, and functionality comments.This unit was my first experience with a Blackberry, so some difficulties I document are just interface learning curve issues. I set the unit up on the standalone data plan as a new line on my account for $35/month. It was no problem at a Verizon store, though my first try was with a telesales CSR that never sent me...” --pgens

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RIM Blackberry Pearl 8120

RIM Blackberry Pearl 8120

“I think they flubbed the keyboard redesign for the second iteration of Pearls. The "er" key is too close to the multifunction key. This results in annoying mistypes. The trackballs continue to be an issue, with mine acting up within a month of purchase. A great phone nonetheless, but not without issues.” --doppler

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