A Sweeter BlackBerry

The 8800 has a larger, easier-to-use keyboard than the Pearl. It may prove harder to go without

When Research In Motion (RIMM) introduced the handsome BlackBerry Pearl last fall, it instantly created Pearl envy among users of the highly competent, though definitely unstylish, standard BlackBerrys. But many users resisted the tiny Pearl, mainly because they liked the full-size keyboard on the old models. The new Blackberry 8800 may prove much harder to resist.

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