Today Epson announced four new 1080p projectors at CEDIA, including the PowerLite Home Cinema 8100 that comes in at an "affordable" $1599.
When we published a mock-up of the new red Blackberry Pearl, I was a little taken back by just how red the thing looked. Now, looking at a real photo, we realize it's more of a cranberry. So what do you think of it? Because
everyone is listening.
The BlackBerry Pearl, was for a week, something T-Mobile users could hold over the head of Cingular users. Sorry pals, now Cingular is getting the 8100 as well, and their version has Push-To-Talk.
The Blackberry Pearl 8100 has evolved past its legendary email functions, adding multimedia support and slimming down by about thirty pounds. Unfortunately, in addition to skipping meals and spending too long in the bathroom, the Pearl ditched QWERTY to fit in that sexy red pocket of yours. After our incredible…
The Blackberry Pearl's full stats have been disclosed on Pinstack's forums. Some highlights from the consumer smartphone:
•1.3 MPixel camera, with online storage of photos
•Officially can be used as a laptop modem
•Quad Band GSM, with EDGE data (even if it's the slow T-Mobile kind)
•A 240 by 260 resolution screen
Dave over at Mobility Today got his hands on some pics of the upcoming BlackBerry 8100 that's headed for Cingular. Things look good for the 8100, as BlackBerry is expanding into more consumer-focused items like video and photos, expanding on their business-focused push email and communications features.