Thursday, October 23, 2008


I find which 1 a best used for internet,sms&voice call?
i have a good price for 2 this things.


Features Available
The BlackBerry 8707g offers complete BlackBerry® functionality, including*:
Text Messaging (SMS and MMS)
Instant Messaging
Wireless Data Access
Address Book
Internet Browser
Memo Pad
On UMTS* networks, users can simultaneously send and receive email and update application information or databases while on phone calls
Dynamic, highly responsive experience when viewing attachments and graphics, browsing the web and running applications
Access up to 10 supported business and/or personal email accounts
Integrated attachment viewing for popular file formats, including Microsoft® PowerPoint® and Adobe® PDF
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) allows you to combine text and images on a single message*
Bright, high-resolution, color LCD screen provides large viewable workspace and includes intelligent light sensing technology to automatically optimize screen lighting levels for ideal indoor and outdoor viewing
Provides loud, clear phone calls and intuitive call management features, including conferencing calling, speed dialing and call forwarding
Built-in speakerphone for hands-free dialog and convenient conference calls with excellent sound quality
Bluetooth® hands-free headset and car kit support
Tethered modem capability for connecting your laptop to the Internet via your BlackBerry device*
Polyphonic and MP3 ring tones can be assigned to your contacts
Ergonomic, full QWERTY keyboard for a familiar typing and data entry experience
Large, dedicated “Send”, “End” and “Mute” keys, plus user definable convenience keys
64 MB of memory
Quad-Band network support on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM™/GPRS and 2100 MHz UMTS* networks allows for international roaming between North America, Europe and Asia Pacific
Enterprise Friendly
The BlackBerry 8707g is the perfect complement to the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution™. Its fast performance and outstanding ergonomic features allow users to take full advantage of enterprise applications that are wirelessly enabled by the BlackBerry platform, such as sales force automation, field service automation, network and systems management and more.

*Check with service provider for availability, roaming arrangements and service plans. Certain features outlined herein require a minimum version of BlackBerry software.

Getting Started
Setting up your smartphone
Whether you’re using BlackBerry® Enterprise Server or BlackBerry® Internet Service, setting up your BlackBerry smartphone is simple and can be done completely over-the-air.

Not sure whether to set up your smartphone for BlackBerry Enterprise Server or BlackBerry Internet Service? Follow these guidelines:

BlackBerry Internet Service
Use this option if one or more of the following apply:

You purchased your smartphone in a store
You want to set up a new email account for use with your smartphone
You want to send and receive email messages on your smartphone from one or more existing email accounts
BlackBerry Enterprise Server
Use this option if one or more of the following apply:

You want to receive messages from your corporate Microsoft® Outlook®, IBM® Lotus® Notes® or Novell® GroupWise® email account
A system administrator is managing BlackBerry Enterprise Server within your company
A system administrator has confirmed that you are permitted to use the BlackBerry Enterprise Server
You subscribe to a wireless service that supports account setup using the BlackBerry Enterprise Server
For instructions on setting up your email with BlackBerry Enterprise Server or BlackBerry Internet Service, please refer to the Getting Started Guide.

Before setting up your email with BlackBerry Enterprise Server, you will need to contact your IT department to request:

That an account be set up for you on your organization’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server
Your enterprise activation password

Features Available Email
Phone and SMS
Corporate Data Access*
Connected Organizer
Wireless Internet
Tethered Modem***
Size 4.3 x 2.7 x 0.8 inches /
11.0 x 6.95 x 1.95 cm (LxWxD)
Weight Approximately 4.93 oz / 139.8 g (with battery)
Keyboard 35-key QWERTY keyboard
Dedicated send, end, convenience, power and mute keys
Navigation Thumb-operated trackwheel and ESC key
Voice Input/Output Integrated earpiece and microphone
Hands-free speakerphone
Hands-free headset capable
Bluetooth® v2.0 hands-free headset and car kit support
Notification Polyphonic and MP3 ringtones, vibrate mode, LED indicator
User Interface Intuitive icons and menus
Display Large, bright, high resolution, color LCD screen with light sensing technology
320 x 240 pixel color display
Battery BlackBerry C-S2 Battery™
(1100 mAhr removable/rechargeable Lithium cell)
Battery Life** UMTS: Up to 16.5 days (400 hours) standby and 2.75 hours talk time†
GSM™: Up to 16.5 days (400 hours) standby and 5 hours talk time†
Memory 64 MB flash memory
Modem Embedded RIM® wireless modem
Tethered modem capability for wireless Internet connectivity***
Email Account Compatibility*** Integrates with an existing enterprise email account or up to 10 personal/business email accounts
Includes BlackBerry Desktop Software Supported by version 4.1 or higher
Works with BlackBerry Enterprise Server Supported by:
Version 2.1 or higher for Microsoft® Exchange
Version 2.0 with Service Pack 2 or higher for IBM® Lotus® Domino®
Version 4.0 or higher for Novell® GroupWise®

Handheld Security Password protection and keyboard lock
Accessories Included†† USB cable for charging and PC synchronization
Wall Charger
Find out about other official accessories
Network Quad-Band: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS and 2100 MHz UMTS networks‡
Works In: US (850/1900 MHz)
Canada (850/1900 MHz)
Europe/Asia Pacific (900/1800 MHz)

*Requires a minimum version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server software
**Battery life may vary based on usage
***Contact your service provider for service availability and pricing
† Based on GSMA PRD TW.09 Battery Life Measurement Technique. Actual results may vary. Network availability and coverage affect battery life and are dependent upon a number of factors, including location and transmission environment.
†† May vary. Check with your service provider for details.
‡Check with service provider for availability, roaming arrangements and service plans. Certain features outlined herein require a minimum version of BlackBerry software.

Previous this PDA phone is selling as RM3599! Now, selling as RM688 only!
You may consider to get it as a collection item too~ Don't miss it!

The XDA IIs comes close to being the ultimate wireless handheld, featuring quad-band GSM (Global System for Mobile communications), Class 8 and 10 General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), WiFi and Bluetooth.

However, what sets the XDA IIs apart from its rivals is that it features a cool slide-out thumb-keyboard. And that’s not all that this handheld has going for it.

The hardware
This is one mean-looking machine it is dressed all in black and looks like a refined version of the original XDA II.

At a glance, it doesn’t look like much has changed with the design but that’s where you’d be wrong. Slide the screen upwards and you will find a full QWERTY thumb-keyboard.

What is impressive is that O2 has managed to integrate the keyboard without making its handheld thicker than most other Pocket PCs.

The XDA IIs retains the “Hang up,” “Call,” “Contacts” and “Calendar” buttons of its predecessor, but has three more buttons – providing shortcuts to the Today screen, messaging application, and Internet Explorer – and a fourth which is a dedicated “OK” button to make it easier to navigate the menus with one hand.

Its battery pack is removable and now has a capacity of 1,490mAh, which is a bump-up from the 1,200mAh capacity of the XDA II unit – a 25% increase.

The processor is still an Intel PXA263 XScale, running at 400MHz, but the ROM has been upgraded to 96MB of usable space for storage.

As far as RAM goes, the XDA IIs has 128MB, which is a good thing since there are a lot of services and applications that run in the background when you first fire up the handheld.

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