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Unwired Video Review Everyone knows that the Blackberry is de rigeuer for corporate types, but now RIM is making a real push to get the mobile email devices into the hands of consumers too. The Pearl 8120 builds on the original slimline Pearl and adds some cool new features - like Wi-Fi and a better camera.

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Blackberry Pearl 8120 smartphone

A top-notch mobile email device, now with Wi-Fi and a decent music player...
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