1. kitesurfer's Avatar
    8800 or the Curve what do you like better about the two and why?
    And why doesnít the 8800 have spell check? for such an email oriented device you think this would be a given?
    08-29-07 01:21 AM
  2. thirrouard's Avatar
    Like every software issue, there must be an easy way to solve this problem
    I can't tell as I don't have my 8800 yet...
    For me, what make me choose 8800 over the 8300 is the price... can't get 8300 for cheap ... got my 8800 for 200$ on ebay...
    08-29-07 08:05 AM
  3. GotThaTech3188's Avatar
    I'm not so sure Thirrouard. The Curve can be had for $199 with a two year contract, and for close to $200-250 on e-bay. Anyways, I chose the 8300 over the 8800 mainly because I wasn't fond of the keys and how they weren't adequately spaced on the 8800. I sacrificed the built in GPS which I know somewhat regret, however I absolutely love the 8300. That being said, spell check is not a problem, there have been posts on the matter and software like http://forums.crackberry.com/f35/emp...ellcheck-3108/ is available.
    08-29-07 09:58 AM
  4. spritepo's Avatar
    I used to have 8800 before but at this moment I m using 8300 so I can give you my opinion on both.

    8800 is a very nice device. The keyboard is somewhat hard to type but over time you will get used to it. Actually 8800 and 8300 is pretty much same but the difference is keyboard and size. Also 8300 have a camera which is very nice because I can take any pictures at any moment.

    So if you was going to buy a blackberry for business purpose then i recommend you to get 8800 but if you was going to buy for enterainment and business purpose then 8300 is the best bet.
    08-29-07 11:59 AM