BlackBerry is clearly a big business tool, but rest assured it packs in a few entertainment perks, as well. Get your business taken care of then switch over to your music library or challenge yourself with a clever game. Tons of space for your address book allows for customizing the latest MP3 and polyphonic ring tones.
Slickest of slick, the BlackBerry has it all: distinctive name and upscale professional persona. Never has there been another time in history when so many people have wanted to own such a device. The BlackBerry is part PDA, part PC, part cellphone all wrapped into a rather compact and elegant package. PDAs are so over, cellphones have sparse features and a PC is too big. Enter the all-in-one BlackBerry: like its fruit, is made up of smaller components that all contribute to the larger whole.
If you think that the BlackBerry mentality is limited to the tangible hand-helds, think again. BlackBerry is actually a wireless network infrastructure that runs businesses. The devices themselves are the end-user tools. Via BlackBerry networks and servers users have full access to the corporate info-mill.
Right around 2000 the world was introduced to the first BlackBerry. Designed and developed by Canada-based Research In Motion (RIM), the company has since continued to improve and remodel annual iterations of the device. The hand-held has become hugely popular, especially for large and mid-size business, with those nomadic professionals that require constant and portable office apps. But the BlackBerry also provides 24/7 access to one’s office-bound digital files. BlackBerry users can literally conduct concentrated business on the fly.
BlackBerry owners may use the online website as a resource for software, games and multimedia add-ons, shop accessories, and access online support.