1. mrjingles's Avatar
    Just had to give a shout out to the Tour! I'm coming from the 8330, which I loved, but this is quite the step up. Very Nice!

    That's it
    11-09-09 04:31 PM
  2. Chrisy's Avatar
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    11-09-09 04:34 PM
  3. cynbad's Avatar
    Just had to give a shout out to the Tour! I'm coming from the 8330, which I loved, but this is quite the step up. Very Nice!

    That's it
    I've been looking for someone with a curve 8330/tour comparison! I so love my curve but am due for an upgrade in dec and have been thinking about the tour. So you're happy with your decision mrjingles?

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    11-10-09 05:59 AM
  4. mrjingles's Avatar
    Hey cynbad. Yeah, the Tour is a wonderful upgrade from the Curve. The response is faster, the internet is faster, a lot more on-board memory, bigger screen and great larger keys. All around a better unit. The only thing I miss, which is really a non-issue, is when your using your browser you don't have the option of turning off the cursor and putting it in column mode. I always loved that feature of the Curve but I'm already used to cursor after 1 day. I tried Opera Mini which does have column view, but I really cannot get used to the layout so I've gone back to the Blackberry and am very happy.

    I hope this helps.
    11-10-09 07:59 AM
  5. mrjingles's Avatar
    Hey cynbad. Yeah, the Tour is a wonderful upgrade from the Curve. The response is faster, the internet is faster, a lot more on-board memory, bigger screen and great larger keys. All around a better unit. The only thing I miss, which is really a non-issue, is when your using your browser you don't have the option of turning off the cursor and putting it in column mode. I always loved that feature of the Curve but I'm already used to cursor after 1 day. I tried Opera Mini which does have column view, but I really cannot get used to the layout so I've gone back to the Blackberry and am very happy.

    I hope this helps.
    11-10-09 08:02 AM
  6. cynbad's Avatar
    It does! Thx for the info!

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    11-10-09 11:19 AM
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