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Put your business in your pocket. The BlackBerry® 8700c combines all of your office needs, from email to messaging, into a complete lightweight package with a full QWERTY keyboard. So whether you're making international calls to your home office with quad-band GSMTM, sending email and instant messages to your family, or just planning your weekly schedule, you'll have every feature you need in the palm of your hand with the 8700c.
The latest BlackBerry handheld is better than ever with a thinner profile, a huge screen, a more powerful processor, EDGE data support, and more. The BlackBerry 8700c, an integrated phone, e-mail client (with support for corporate email servers), organizer, and Web browser is the ultimate weapon for mobile professionals.
Take a closer look at the BlackBerry 8700c handheld's functions.
The popular BlackBerry user interface is here, too, but it's been updated with a new look. Plus, a powerful Intel XScale processor, 64 MB flash memory, and 16 MB SDRAM combine to deliver a dynamic, highly responsive experience when viewing attachments and graphics, browsing the Web, and running applications. There's also a standard 2.5mm headset jack that can be used with the included headset, and a removable lithium-ion battery is housed in the rear of the handheld.
Many of the calling capabilities folks have come to expect in a wireless phone are present, but the BlackBerry 8700c ups the ante with MP3 ringtones. Plus, the built-in speakerphone offers hands-free calling and convenient conference calls. The handheld's Bluetooth capability (version 2.0) means you can use a wireless headset with the phone for hands-free calling. A vibrating alert, speed dial, and a contacts list/address book (limited only by the unit's 64 MB of internal memory) are also included. The BlackBerry 8700c is a quad-band phone designed for global roaming in 170 countries for voice and 90 countries for data.
Messaging, Internet, and Tools
The BlackBerry 8700c delivers the legendary BlackBerry e-mail experience. With BlackBerry service plans from Cingular, you can receive e-mails instantaneously from up to 10 e-mail accounts (personal and enterprise). With BlackBerry push technology, you don't need to retrieve your e-mail. BlackBerry devices are designed to remain on and continuously connected to the wireless network, allowing you to be discreetly notified as new e-mail arrives. Support is also built-in for viewing e-mail attachments (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, and PDF formats).
Because the BlackBerry 8700c is fast, and because it supports EDGE high-speed data networks, users can take advantage enterprise applications that are wirelessly enabled by the BlackBerry platform, such as sales force automation, field service automation, network and systems management, and more.
If your company has a BlackBerry Enterprise Server installed, you can also take advantage of the power of wireless calendar synchronization. Your calendar events are exchanged wirelessly and automatically so that your desktop calendar and BlackBerry handheld calendar are synchronized. All your Outlook meeting requests, changes, and updates are instantaneously synchronized instantaneously with your desktop. Make meeting requests, invite new attendees and more, all on your BlackBerry 8700c. Users without BlackBerry Enterprise Server support can manually sync with their desktop calendars and contacts via Bluetooth or USB using the included BlackBerry Desktop Software.
Use the BlackBerry 8700's Web browser to access the Internet from the palm of your hand. Browse Web sites, get up-to-date stock quotes, read the latest news, check weather reports, and more. Wireless text messaging and multimedia messaging (MMS) is also supported by the BlackBerry 8700c.
The BlackBerry 8700c ships with a number of tools, including a calculator with a unit converter and a to-do list. The handheld's software is based on the Java platform, meaning Java-compatible games and applications can be added to the handheld.
The BlackBerry 8700c weighs 4.7 ounces and measures 4.3 by 2.7 by 0.8 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4 hours of digital talk time and up to 16 days of digital standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 GSM/EDGE frequencies. The phone comes with a one-year limited warranty.
After reading all the reviews at this website I decided to go with this Blackberry model. I Recieved my phone today, charged it, and it would not work. Read morePublished on January 24, 2008 by D. Coffey
This phone is more than 2 years old and still going. This is one of the best phones for business you could ever have. 5 StarsPublished on December 13, 2007 by Butch
i got this phone last week to combine my palm tx and cell functions together. I love it. my brother from nyc swears by his blackberry, and as an average person who is running all... Read morePublished on November 27, 2007 by Julie Plancarte
so far, the phonebook is what really win me over this phone, big screen, qwerty keyboard, side scroll buttons, etc. Read morePublished on May 18, 2007 by Benjie Urbina
Since it's my first "smart phone" of any kind I don't have much to compare it to. I'm a simple person and so I needed a simple phone that is good for text messaging. Read morePublished on May 14, 2007 by Corey Vena
Just got this phone thru Amazon with a Cingular contract. Its really amazing for checking email and for organization of calender and contacts. Read morePublished on February 21, 2007 by Do The Greatest Good
I often hear debates over who has the better smartphone --- Palm or BlackBerry??
I have two lines with Sprint PCS, with my personal line having a Treo 700p and my... Read more
If you want good phone capabilities and email, then this is the phone for you. I have had many smart phones which had a camera, MP3 player, ability to do excel, etc and found... Read morePublished on December 24, 2006 by Hoppaguy
The 8700 is an outstanding data device for checking e-mail browsing the web and keeping in sync with outlook. Read morePublished on December 10, 2006 by Tom Jones