Techno Life: PDA BlackBerry 7290

This is the old-school BlackBerry, but I don't want to upgrade - I like the keyboard too much.

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

I learned to touch-type at 14 (I can do 120 wpm) so for me the newer ones just aren't as fast. It has done wonders for my productivity. My value to the company lies mainly in getting out, finding new product ideas and feeding them back into the business as fast as possible. Thanks to this and my tablet PC, I can do more of this, and I now spend only a day and a half a week in the office instead of three.

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