Gear: Blackberry 8700 (AT&T)

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Blackberry 8700 (AT&T)

Blackberry
Category: Technology & Software
Subcategory: Cell Phones
Price: (discontinued) maybe $100-200 bucks used
Average Rating:
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Description:

BlackBerry 8700g Wireless Handheld makes it easy to stay connected while on the go. You get uncompromising email, browsing and voice performance in one thin, stylish, lightweight handheld with a full QWERTY keyboard. • The BlackBerry 8700g operates on the latest high speed wireless networks and provides leading BlackBerry functionality, including email, phone, web browsing, MMS, SMS and organizer applications. • The BlackBerry 8700g is the perfect compliment to the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution. • Its fast performance and outstanding ergonomic features allow users to take full advantage of enterprise applications that are wirelessly enabled by the BlackBerry platform, such as sales force automation, field service automation, network and systems management and more. • Corporate Data Access • Wireless Email • Organizer • Phone • SMS • MMS • Wireless Internet • Powered by a powerful processor and 64 MB of memory, the BlackBerry® 8700g smartphone lets you view attachments and graphics, browse the web and run applications effortlessly • Access up to 10 supported business and/or personal email accounts — in one inbox • View popular file formats (i.e. Word, Excel, Acrobat) • Use the QWERTY keyboard to find letters and numbers as you would on your computer • Large, dedicated Send, End and Mute keys, plus Convenience keys that let you choose the function • Go hands-free and make conference calls easy — the built-in speakerphone delivers excellent sound quality • Big, bright high-resolution screen optimizes lighting levels for ideal viewing indoors or out • Combine text and images in one message with Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)* • Assign specific polyphonic and MP3 ringtones to specific contacts • Make safer calls on the road with the Bluetooth® hands-free headset and car kit • Roam internationally throughout North America, Europe and Asia Pacific with Quad-Band network support on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM™/GPRS and EDGE networks* • SPECIFICATIONS • Features Available • Corporate Data Access • Wireless Email • Organizer • Phone • SMS • MMS • Size and Weight • 4.3" / 11.0cm (Length ) • 2.7" / 6.95cm (Width ) • 0.77" / 1.95 cm (Depth ) • 4.7oz / 134g (Weight ) • Data Input/Navigation • QWERTY (Keyboard ) • Keyboard backlighting • Thumb-operated trackwheel • Voice Input/Output • Headset jack • Integrated earpiece/ microphone • Built-in Speakerphone • Hands-free headset and car kit support (Bluetooth® technology ) • Display • Font size (user selectable) • Color display • Backlighting • Light sensing screen • Notification • Polyphonic ringtones • Vibrate Mode • LED indicator • MP3 ringtones • Battery Type • Removable/ rechargeable Lithium (C-S2) • Approximate Battery Life • 16 days (Standby Time ) • 4 hrs (Talk Time 2 ) • Memory • 64 MB (Flash Memory ) • Modem • RIM® wireless modem • Email Integrations • Works with BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft Exchange • Integrates with existing business email account • Integrates with existing personal email account • Integrates with optional new device account • Includes desktop software • Works with BlackBerry Enterprise

Member Reviews

  • Six6forsure-20x30f_1__max30
    goodcop8, Sun, 02 Mar 2008 00:35:44 UTC.
    1st review

    I hate technology, computers, & cell phones, but this thing sure is useful, it goes everywhere with me and I use it all the time, it does everything. They don't make this model anymore, it was replaced by the 8800 series "Curve" model, with the 'Pearl" button. My 8700 was getting pretty worn & beat up, so I bought an 8800 when they went on specia-discount. But after using it for a few weeks, I found liked the old one (8700) better as it was bigger and easier to use & push the buttons with my big fat cop-fingers. So I switched back to the 8700 & I'll continue to use it untill it breaks.

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  • Casey_max30
    tlwinkles379, Mon, 03 Mar 2008 22:46:11 UTC.

    This phone has great functions but the size is a little big for law enforcement use.

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  • Lekili_piercing_max30
    IslandGurl, Tue, 04 Mar 2008 00:14:11 UTC.

    I have one by AT&T that is very similar to this one. Alot of functions, though it is a little on the big, it works great. Access to internet; which more then one email address can be attached. Blackberrys are the best for this type of technology, if that is what you are aiming. I actually think it would be great for LEOs. I talked a few who loves theirs.

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  • Untitled_max30
    goodlight, Sun, 27 Apr 2008 13:13:35 UTC.

    I'm still trying to figure mine out but I sure am enjoying doing it.

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  • Strike_force_small_square_max30
    ClaytonC, Sat, 21 Jun 2008 01:57:05 UTC.

    The customer service alone that at&t provides is wonderful, so the combination of great service provider and a top of the line phone....... I'll let you be the judge

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  • L_41cf06e084ff56fea113b1937069dd37_max30
    policediver, Fri, 29 Aug 2008 01:51:48 UTC.

    Great phone... can not imagine working without it.

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  • Procession_max30
    Gunns, Tue, 09 Dec 2008 22:54:12 UTC.

    I like the Blackberry. Dont like AT&T.

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