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The problem with Blackberries is that they don’t connect with wi-fi. But the way they can send and receive emails, and lately both SMS and instant messaging, can get really addictive. In fact, they won’t call the Blackberry “Crackberry” for nothing. The Electron 8700r, for example, is powered by an 850/900/1800/1900 MHz processor, is GSM / GPRS / EDGE-enabled, and has a built-in speakerphone in one. It’s Bluetooth-enabled too, so you can guess how it has become a truly multitasking tool for mobile workers.
Before I tell you where to get the best deals on Blackberry, let me assure you that this handheld, despite being a new mobile tool, has been invading the market recently. Most companies around the world provide Blackberries to their employees to ensure that their people are always informed of the latest developments in their corporate circuit. Due to the ease of use, the Blackberry has become the quintessential tool for the traveling guy. So much so that you may even complain that you suffer from “Blackberry Thumb.”
But the Blackberry persists. I don’t see it as an addictive gadget, but as a great help for my daily tasks. I can go anywhere with just my Electron 8700r in my backpack. The problem is that when I am located in a wi-fi access point, I am lost. Sure, I can send SMS, surf the web, and chat on the Yahoo! client, but the subscription costs can be within my budget. Of course, this works with just about any mobile device that supports WAP, so I really have no choice but to smile and put up with it. That is why I am always looking for the best discount shopping deals. One of the best places where I found discounts for Blackberry is EAccess Solutions (http://www.eaccess.com/Rebate_Center.htm). Choose your model from Cingular, Nextel, Verizon and T-Mobile; And if you buy them on certain dates listed on the site, you will get refunds for your Blackberries.
Another place to find great deals is the Blackberry Source clearance sale. See your accessories, cases, chargers, covers, cases, cases, batteries and other accessories for Blackberry and Blackberry and order them at discounted prices. Check them out at http://www.blackberrysource.com; These products are sold for a limited time. I usually get my accessories at these discount stores and on Shopping.com, if some unwitting (and perhaps recovering) Blackberry addict decides to sell their case or charger for half price. In a way, this stretches my budget and allows me to save my C notes on other more important and probably more high-tech devices, such as the Dualcor Technologies cPC.
Although I’m talking about Blackberries and mobile computer devices in general, I’m more inclined to think that mobile devices have been the most evolved gadgets these days so far, thanks to our diligent tech researchers and trendsetters. The Dualcor cPC is, I imagine, going to beat Blackberry users as it is Wi-Fi compatible and lasts much longer than other embedded mobile devices. For example, the only reason the mobile phone and the whole PC package is difficult to integrate is the fact that the battery life can only last so long, and you can’t possibly recharge them while on the go. . Doing so erases the concept of mobility that it promises. For this reason, Dualcor’s invention of the cPC solves that problem and offers many more benefits than we expect.
The cPC, according to the manufacturers, sells for about $ 1,500. This price can be very high compared to a Blackberry, but hey, we are talking about a mobile phone integrated with a real PC here! People planning to buy the cPC shouldn’t be so surprised as as soon as they use it I don’t think they are asking for more. Today, it is still too early to render a verdict. But the idea of a mobile phone that runs on Windows Mobile software, integrated into a PC that runs on Windows XP, and is as small as the Palm Pilot, is nonetheless revolutionary.