Personally I'm liking the Thunder. As a programmer it's cool to know that with the touch screen you've got a whole lot of programming possibilities. Currently I'm an 8130 and 8330 user, but should be getting a bold soon enough to play with. So far I haven't found a BB I didn't like, but do like the trackball much better than the jog wheel. Would like to see peripherials that could be changed out or attached, much like a pcmcia slot or clipped on for field use.
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I cannot wait for the touchscreen thunder. I've been addicted to the crack for sometime. I am a convert from the Treo and to have the touchscreen back again would make the transition much sweeter. This product will bring RIM into a whole new product line and the interface with suretype is amazing. My 7100 series BB is on life support but I hope it last long enough to get one of those babies
I own a blackberry 8330 curve right now and I love it, but the blackberry thunder is what I am truely looking for. I am a big fan of the touch screen with the ability to still have the bb feel. I am a verizon user for years now, finally we get an exclusive!!!
I'm so wanting a Blackberry thunder touchscreen device. I have friends that are Iphone users, and swear by them, but I'm sticking with BB for my phone needs. I guess i have to wait for the thunder, but a FREE one would make the wait that much more sweet at the end. PLEEEEEEEEEEEEAASE choose me. Oh random chance, please make me yours today.
I am anxious to get a new Bold. What more could you really ask for in a mobile device? I'll prolly have to wait until they become a little more reasonable as they are selling for $630 unlocked right now. **, hum....I'll just keep bonding with my Curve!
Here's what I would like to see next......I'll call it "The Blackberry Retina". It's a small implant placed behind the eye so you will have a heads up display in the corner of your eye similar to that on a fighter jet! Thus reducing the dreaded blistered thumb syndrome and getting caught using for fun at work.
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