- It’s great to have one device for both email and phone
- Charges itself off a USB cable — really nice if you travel a lot.
- The blackberry keyboard is wonderful. I have terrible handwriting; so I’d much rather type than attempt writing with a pen based device.
- Synchronizing the device with Outlook is a breeze
- Clicking to call phone numbers or open web addresses within emails is really nice
- The built-in web browser is sufficient for most tasks, plus the real-estate is good.
- Lastly it’s really small and slim. Easily fits in a pocket.
- No backlighting by default. Although the screen is full color, it relies on contrast (there is a backlight you can enable, but it’s really only useful at night)
- Not a lot of add-on applications (so far). Would be really nice to have an RSS consuming tool on there…
- Runs Java – it would be much better if it ran .NET 🙂
- Included software ‘Desktop Manager’ is quirky.