Vol 71 Issue 1 2004-01-05 Article 11970 from section "Java Technology Solutions"

The BlackBerry 7510 Wireless Handheld phone from Nextel Communications
and Research In Motion (RIM) features speakerphone functionality. The
speakerphone is the latest addition to features such as a high
resolution color screen and the ability to integrate email, data, phone
and Direct Connect services.

- Integrated access to one or multiple corporate and personal email
accounts, and with other corporate data applications

- A built-in cell phone, personal organizer and Web browser

- Support for Nextel Online Wireless Web

- Integrated email attachment viewing that supports popular file

- An easy-to-use thumb-typing keyboard and navigation trackwheel for
sending and receiving messages on the go

- 16 MB flash memory plus 2 MB SRAM, rechargeable/removable lithium
battery, optional extended battery and USB (Universal Serial Bus)
connectivity for quick battery charging

The BlackBerry 7510 Wireless Handheld is the only BlackBerry handheld to
offer Nationwide Direct Connect, the coast-to-coast digital
walkie-talkie service.

The BlackBerry 7510 Wireless Handheld is built on open standards such as
Java[TM] 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME[TM]). The phone is designed for
mobile professionals who want to manage all of their information and
communications from a single, integrated handheld.

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