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    guru
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  • guru
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    $240,000 Blackberry anyone? Get 'em while they last - only 3 being made.

    http://www.amosu.co.uk/index.php?lng=1

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  • CookyMonzta
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  • CookyMonzta
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    Originally posted by TrackDaddy
    This is insanity!

    The G1, homie.
    Try the G2, recently renamed MyTouch 3G. Word is that Gatorade may have trademarked the G2 for their thirst quencher.

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  • balzonia
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  • balzonia
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    Thanks for all the thoughts. Decided to go with the Blackberry and it seems to do all the things I need it to do. I'm certainly not a crackberry-head or whatever term is used to describe those folks who can't put it down.

    I'm more than happy to dump it in a drawer when I get home...

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  • TrakFan
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  • TrakFan
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    Very satisfied with my bank (USAA) and my iPhone. Now, I wish I had a check to deposit simply to test out the new application.

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-10307182-37.html

    "USAA app lets iPhone users deposit checks"

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  • TrackDaddy
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  • TrackDaddy
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    This is insanity!

    The G1, homie.

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  • TrakFan
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  • TrakFan
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    Originally posted by guru
    Originally posted by TrakFan
    Originally posted by guru
    but two standout features on the Storm that the iPhone doesn't offer is a removable memory card, and if you do
    If you have 32GB built in memory on an iPhone, how is that a standout when you have to purchase a separate memory card for the Storm (1GB built-in) in order to have the same amount of memory?
    What happens if you drop your iPhone in the pool, or down the steps in the parking garage?
    I connect (new phone) to iTunes and re-load my contacts, applications, music, photos, etc. that were backed up on my computer

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  • guru
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  • guru
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    Originally posted by TrakFan
    Originally posted by guru
    but two standout features on the Storm that the iPhone doesn't offer is a removable memory card, and if you do
    If you have 32GB built in memory on an iPhone, how is that a standout when you have to purchase a separate memory card for the Storm (1GB built-in) in order to have the same amount of memory?
    What happens if you drop your iPhone in the pool, or down the steps in the parking garage?

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  • TrakFan
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  • TrakFan
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    Originally posted by guru
    but two standout features on the Storm that the iPhone doesn't offer is a removable memory card
    If you have 32GB built in memory on an iPhone, how is that a standout when you have to purchase a separate memory card for the Storm (1GB built-in) in order to have the same amount of memory?

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  • bad hammy
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  • bad hammy
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    I go with the one my employer pays me to use - the Crapberry.

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  • Cooter Brown
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  • Cooter Brown
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    I have the TMobile G1. We wanted iPhones but the AT&T contract didn't work for us. To get the minutes we needed it would've been like $250/mo for 2 phones. With TMobile most of our calls are free to our 5 favorite numbers and we only pay $90/mo for 2 phones. Plus, coming from a Blackberry, I really like having a tactile keyboard. You don't have quite the number of applications available...probably 1/3...but seriously of those 65,000 available 64,500 are completely worthless. All the useful ones are available in both phones. However, the battery life is horrible. If you use an app for 15+ minutes. You'll have to charge it in the afternoon after leaving the house in the morning with a full charge.

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  • Halfmiler2
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  • Halfmiler2
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    Originally posted by gm
    As someone who has both (BB Curve/iP3GS), I would go with the Blackberry for business purposes. If you want great, quick, easy e-mail and texting, go with the BB.

    If you want music, video, pretty apps and a very difficult time operating it with one hand -- grab the iPhone.
    I've had the Blackberry storm since February and think GM's comment nailed it. I've been pleased with the Blackberry for email and messages and found it easy to use for that. I'm not a real techie, so the aps and stuff that the I-Phone can use do not do much for me.

    My only "complaint" about the Blackberry Storm is that I have to re-charge it EVERY evening. With my old ell phone, I only needed to charge it two or three times a week.

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  • guru
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  • guru
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    Originally posted by gh
    if you want apps (think iFart!), iPhone the way to go, with no fewer than 65,000 available with 1.5 billion downloaded

    Of course, that's not gonna do you much good with non-expandable memory :P

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  • gm
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  • gm
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    As someone who has both (BB Curve/iP3GS), I would go with the Blackberry for business purposes. If you want great, quick, easy e-mail and texting, go with the BB.

    If you want music, video, pretty apps and a very difficult time operating it with one hand -- grab the iPhone.

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  • gh
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  • gh
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    if you want apps (think iFart!), iPhone the way to go, with no fewer than 65,000 available with 1.5 billion downloaded

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/tec ... y_id=43557

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  • guru
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  • guru
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    I've had my Storm since Jaunuary and love it. I haven't had the iPhone so can't give a direct comparison, but two standout features on the Storm that the iPhone doesn't offer is a removable memory card, and if you do alot of email/texting you'll appreciate the tactile screen that "clicks" when you're typing on it. Also a fantastic quality camera.

    Long term, the Storm's customer replaceable battery is sure to be a cost saver(iPhone needs factory servicing to replace it's battery).

    Of course, keeping in mind both have exclusive contracts with seperate carriers(Storm - Verizon, iPhone - AT&T), that may play a role in your decision too.

    Here's more on the Storm's advantages - http://tinyurl.com/ku46qj

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