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NY Times Reviews Blackberry 5810

David Pogue wrote a review of the RIM Blackberry 5810 for the New York Times that was published today. In it, he suggests that the PDA/mobile phone hybrid is well designed for its target audience, but too expensive for the vast majority of mobile phone users who would like wireless internet access. Pogue makes a number of good points about subtleties of the product, and does his best to compare the 5810 to the Handspring Treo 180, its most obvious competitor.

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