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  1. soka's Avatar
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    Default No love from WSJ/Boehret...

    From today's WSJ D3.
    A Review of the BlackBerry Bold 9700 - WSJ.com

    She does mention availability from TMobile on 11/27.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soka View Post
    From today's WSJ D3.
    A Review of the BlackBerry Bold 9700 - WSJ.com

    She does mention availability from TMobile on 11/27.
    Definitely no love
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    not surprised...its WSJ
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    not much love indeed, and she neglected to touch on the fact that you can use the BB as a wireless ip modem for free (unless you are with VZW)
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    btw the release date is wrong, everyone i talk to is saying the 16th even my business rep
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    Quote Originally Posted by UN4GTBL View Post
    not surprised...its WSJ
    And why would the WSJ be biased against a phone used by, ya know, business people?
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    I don't think the review was that bad actually. It was nothing compared to Mossberg's trashing of the Storm last year!
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    I think the review was spot on, he hit the nail on the head. The 9700, IMHO, isn't a worthy successor to the 9000. If not only for it's size. He showed love for the 9700. He mentioned the great battery life, the ease of the new trackpad navigation, and nice keyboard. I think this was a good honest review.

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