|Vodafone launches new and exclusive BlackBerry 7100v phone|
Posted: 16-Sep-2004 [Source: Vodafone]
[Vodafone announces the BlackBerry 7100v featuring RIM's newly introduced SureType(tm) keyboard technology.]
Vodafone today announces the launch of a new and exclusive addition to its popular BlackBerry(R) from Vodafone range - the BlackBerry 7100v(tm).
Developed and manufactured by Research In Motion, the BlackBerry 7100v from Vodafone is a unique mobile phone combining easy access to voice
services as well as immediate and reliable access to email, calendar and contacts, in an innovative and stylish format. Supported by the familiar and intuitive Vodafone-branded menu, the BlackBerry 7100v from Vodafone is the first of its kind available globally, adding to the range of Vodafone branded mobility solutions for business customers.
The BlackBerry 7100v from Vodafone has a new and innovative QWERTY keyboard, dedicated Send and End keys and a thumb operated trackwheel for fast and convenient navigation. Messages can be quickly and easily composed via SureType(tm), a new keyboard technology from RIM that enables mobile phones to support the advanced messaging features required by business customers.
The device is easy to set up and use, featuring the Vodafone branded customer interface and BlackBerry push technology that means email is
delivered direct to the handset without the need for manual dial-up. As well as providing effective voice services, the BlackBerry 7100v from
Vodafone opens and forwards email attachments and enables fast and easy access to a wide range of additional attachment formats (including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat). In addition to 32MB of memory, the device offers advanced browser technology, quad-band international coverage, high performance internal antenna, speakerphone and Bluetooth support.
The BlackBerry 7100v from Vodafone will be introduced on a phased basis across Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the
Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
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