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#3547 27-Feb-2005 09:13
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Help please,

I have a H4150 and a tone of accessories. I’m getting alittle tired of carrying a cell and the H4150. I very seriously considering selling the H4150 and buying a Blackberry 7100t. Con a few of you give me alittle feedback on weather this a good move.

Thanks

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#13181 27-Feb-2005 10:28
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Depends on your main use - if it's PIM (Contacts, Calendar) that would be fine. If it's e-mail the Blackberry will fit ok. But if you need to run any other application then I'd say the variety is not as large as the number of titles for the Pocket PC.

I had a Blackberry for a month while my Smartphone was out of action, and I didn't feel inclined to keep it after the daily use. Of course this is more of a personal preference thing.

If you're considering a single device and you're used to the touchscreen perhaps you should have a look at a Pocket PC Phone Edition (read this article). Otherwise have a look at a Windows Mobile Smartphone (like the i-mate Smartphone3 or the Motorola MPx220).




 

 

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