Sprint has finally begun offering its first Blackberry wireless handheld.
The BlackBerry 7750 is the first device specifically designed by RIM for carriers that use CDMA wireless networks. The other major CDMA carrier in the U.S., Verizon, began offering this handheld a few months ago.
Sprint is offering this device for $550. More information is available on the Sprint PCS web site.
Included software allows the user to view Microsoft Office, PDF, and text files included as email attachments. Additional features include phone, SMS, and organizer functions.
For enterprise users, this device works with BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Domino. Individual users can manage their existing corporate and personal email accounts with the BlackBerry Web Client.
The 7750 is 4.8 inches tall, 3.0 inches wide, and 0.7 inches thick. It weighs 5 ounces.
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