New to Blackberry (and loved the Treo, but...)

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Real Estate Agent with RLS, Realtors

Here I am still waiting for my Blackberry key fob from Supra eKey...and waiting...hope the wait and anticipation of the good old/new days meets my basic expectations of never needing to worry about updating that dreaded old style key pad.  Sure wish that that my fourth Treo (680 was my last) hadn't "died" during the holiday season and forced me to convert to the Blackberry (yes, I too was feeling the economic downturn and painfully decided to forego the unlocked Treo Pro for $550 and was able to utilize my honed sales negotiation skills to secure the BB Bold for $0).  I did love those old/new days when I could run out the door every morning "good to go."  No matter when that wonderful opportunity presented itself, I was ready to open the door.  Just loved that automatic updating and especially the loan calculator function!  The conversion was painful--needed to learn to love the BB and its visuals did not capture me from the get go.  I was mourning the death of my friend of over 10 years--had the Palm Pilot and graduated through the entire Treo family.  I usually embrace new technology and race to play/possess the latest gadget.  Alas my beloved Treo, I fear the mourning period may abruptly end...please Supra just get me the key fob pronto!  then feel free to release the promised package upgrade that must, just must have that wonderful loan calculator...my clients are missing it just as much as I am. 

Comments (3)

Tony Anderson
Century 21 Community Realty - Habersham, GA
Realtor - Serving Habersham Banks, White & Hall Co

I love my Blackberry!  Great device.

Feb 24, 2009 02:46 PM
Sarah "Sally" Smith
RLS, Realtors - Mendham Twp, NJ

I definitely know what it is called the Crackberry...I'm hooked!

Feb 24, 2009 02:59 PM
Terry Lynch
LAR Notary and Closing Services - Saint Clair Shores, MI

I also started with a momochrome Palm pilot and went throuh the Zire 71 and then the Treo 650.

I now have a Blackberry Curve and love it. I thought I would miss the touch screen but that hasn't been the case.

Mar 25, 2009 05:35 PM