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    The Blackberry 8100 (Pearl) in detail (Specs)

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    Features Available:
    • Email
    • Phone and SMS
    • microSD memory expansion slot
    • Extensive Voice recognition
    • Corporate Data Access
    • Organizer
    • Wireless Internet
    • quad-band GSM plus EDGE (CDMA version TBA)
    • Tethered Modem
    • BlackBerry Messenger
    Display: Large, bright, high-resolution LCD color screen with light sensing technology 240 x 260 pixel 65k color display.

    Camera: 1.3Mp Camera with flash. Max resolution of 1280x1024. Also uses "My Album" feature - a personal on-line album where you can store your photos.

    Size & Weight: TBA. So far it seems as thin or thiner than a Motorola RAZR.

    Keyboard: SureType technology, combines phone and QWERTY layouts for quick and accurate dialing and typing Dedicated send, end, convenience, power and mute keys
    Backlit.

    Navigation: More durable and lefty-friendly' thumb operated Joystick with and return key.

    Voice Input/Output:
    • Integrated earpiece and microphone
    • Hands-free speakerphone
    • Hands-free headset capable
    • Bluetooth v2.0 hands-free headset and car kit support
    Notification: Polyphonic and MP3 ringtones, vibrate mode, on-screen or LED indicator and possible picture ID alerts.

    User Interface: Intuitive icons and menus

    Battery/Battery-life: TBA

    Memory: 64MB of internal flash with microSD expansion

    Modem: Embedded RIM wireless modem Tethered modem capability for wireless Internet connectivity.

    Processor: Intel XScale processor (TBC)

    Email Account Compatibility: Integrates with an existing enterprise email account or up to 10 personal/business email accounts

    Includes BlackBerry Desktop Software: Supported by version 4.2 or higher (TBC)

    Works with BlackBerry Enterprise Server: Supported by:
    • Version 2.1 or higher for Microsoft Exchange
    • Version 2.0 with Service Pack 2 or higher for IBM Lotus Domino
    • Version 4.0 or higher for Novell GroupWise
    Handheld Security: Password protection and keyboard lock

    Accessories Included: USB cable for charging and PC synchronization
    Travel Charger and Holster (TBC)

    Network: Quad-Band: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS and EDGE networks

    Works In: US (850/1900 MHz), Canada (850/1900 MHz) & Europe/Asia Pacific (900/1800 MHz)

    Update: Official specs and info released here






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    Comprehensive Blackberry Pearl 8100 Guide

    Comprehensive Blackberry Pearl 8100 Guide

    What's new - Explained

    Menu Key:



    The Menu key is located on the left side of the trackball, above the keyboard on the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone.
    The Menu key (shown below) is designed to provide a full list of options based on the application or screen the BlackBerry smartphone user is currently accessing.

    Explore menu option


    The Explore menu option is available when the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone user opens the Media application and presses the Menu key. Explore is designed to allow the BlackBerry Pearl user to navigate the file systems and transfer content between the media card and the device memory.



    TrackBall
    The trackball is located above the keyboard of the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone. To navigate up, down, left, and right, roll the trackball; to select an item, click the trackball. If you click the trackball while using certain applications, a more extensive list of options appear.

    To change the sensitivity of the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, complete the following steps:

    1. On the Home screen, go to Options > Screen/Keyboard.
    2. In the Trackball section, click Horizontal Sensitivity or Vertical Sensitivity to change the sensitivity level.
    3. Press the Menu key, and then select Save. The new sensitivity levels are saved.
    Note: A higher sensitivity number indicates a higher sensitivity level for the trackball.

    Keyboard Shortcuts
    Basic Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used in many applications:

    - To move the cursor, roll the trackball.
    - To exit a screen or to move to a previous page in a browser, press the Escape key.
    - To move upwards in a screen, press 3.
    - To move downwards in a screen, press 9.
    - To move to the top of a screen, press 1.
    - To move to the bottom of a screen, press 7.
    - To move to the next item, press 6.
    - To move to the previous item, press 4.
    - To move to a list item or menu item, type the first letter of the item.
    - To select or clear a check box, click the trackball.
    - To select adjacent items, hold the Shift key and roll the trackball.
    - To delete a selected item, press the Delete key.
    - To switch applications, hold the Alt key and press the Escape key. Continue holding the Alt key and select an application. Release the Alt
    key.
    - To return to the Home screen, press the End key.
    - To lock the keyboard, from the Home screen, hold the asterisk ( * ) key.- To unlock the keyboard, hold the Send key and press the asterisk ( *) key. Type your password.
    - To switch between the Default and Vibrate notification profiles, from the Home screen, hold the pound ( # ) key.
    - To turn on a theme or notification profile, select a theme or notification profile, then press the Space key.

    Phone Shortcuts
    The following shortcuts can be used in the phone application or during a phone call:

    - To answer a phone call, press the Send key.
    - To place an active phone call on hold and answer a second incoming phone call, press the Send key.
    - To view the contact list, hold the Send key.
    - To insert a plus sign ( + ) when typing a phone number, hold 0.
    - To add an extension to a phone number, press the X key, then type the extension number.
    - To assign a speed dial number to a key, from the Home screen or in the Phone application, hold the key you want to assign. Type the phone number.
    - To check your voice mail, hold 1.
    - To view the last phone number that you dialed, scroll to the top of the Phone screen, then press the Enter key. Press the Send key to dial the number.

    Camera Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used in the Camera application:

    - To take a picture, press the Right Convenience key.
    - To zoom the camera in, press the Volume Up key.
    - To zoom the camera out, press the Volume Down key.
    -
    To turn flash on/off in camera mode, press the Space key.

    Message Shortcuts
    The following shortcuts can be used in the Messages application:
    - To compose a message from the message list, press the comma ( , ) key.
    - To reply to a message, press the exclamation point ( ! ) key.
    - To reply to all, press the question mark ( ? ) key.
    - To forward a message, press the period ( . ) key.
    - To view received messages, hold the Alt key and press 3.
    - To view call logs, hold the Alt key and press the period ( . ) key.
    - To view voice mail messages, hold the Alt key and press 7.
    - To view SMS text messages, hold the Alt key and press the question mark ( ? ) key.
    - To view your message list again, press the Escape key.
    - To move up a message in the list, press 2.
    - To move down a message in the list, press 8.

    Typing Shortcuts
    The following shortcuts can be used when typing text in an application:
    - To type the alternate character on a key, hold the Alt key and press the character key.
    - To type an accented or special character, hold the letter key and roll the trackball left or right. Click a selected character.
    - To type a symbol, press the Symbol key. To view more symbols, press the Symbol key again. Type the letter that appears below the symbol to enter the corresponding symbol.
    - To insert a period, press the Space key twice. The next letter is capitalized.
    - To capitalize a letter, hold the letter key until the capitalized letter appears.
    - To turn on NUM lock, hold the Shift key and press the Alt key.
    - To turn off NUM lock, press the Alt key.
    - To insert an at sign ( @ ) or a period ( . ) in an email address field, press the Space key.
    - To type a number in a number field, press a number key. You do not need to press the Alt key.
    - To type a number in a password field, hold the Alt key and press the number key.
    - To type a letter in a number field, hold the Alt key and use the multi-tap input method to enter the letter.
    - To switch typing input languages, hold the Alt key and press the Enter key. Select a language, then release the Alt key. Note: To allow this functionality, on the Language screen, verify that the Use Input Method Shortcut field is set to Yes.
    - To select a line of text, press the Shift key and roll the trackball.
    - To select text character by character, hold the Shift key and roll the trackball left or right.
    - To cancel a text selection, press the Escape key.
    - To cut selected text, hold the Shift key and press the Delete key.
    - To copy selected text, press the Alt key and click the trackball.
    - To paste your cut or copied text, press the Shift key and click the trackball.

    Search Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used when searching in an application:
    - To search for a contact in a list of contacts, type the contact name or initials separated by a space.
    - To view the criteria of your last search, in your list of searches, press the Menu key. Click Last.

    Attachment Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used when viewing attachments:
    - To search for text in an attachment, press Q.
    - To switch between the table of contents and the full content of an attachment, press O.
    - To change the size of a column in a spreadsheet, press Z.
    - To move to a specific cell in a spreadsheet, press A.
    - To view the content of a cell in a spreadsheet, press the Space key.
    - To view a slide show presentation, press A.
    - To stop a slide show presentation, hold the Escape key.
    - To switch presentation views, press Z.


    Browser Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used in the browser applications:
    - To insert a period ( . ) in the Go To dialog box, press the Space key.
    - To insert a forward slash ( / ) in the Go To dialog box, hold the Shift key and press the Space key.
    - To open the bookmark list from a web page, press 5.
    - To add a bookmark from a web page, press the question mark ( ? ) key.
    - To view a thumbnail version of a web page, press X. To return to the normal view, press any key.
    - To stop loading a web page, press the Escape key.
    - To move to a specific web page, press the period ( . ) key.
    - To hide the banner on a web page, press the exclamation point ( ! ) key. To view the banner on a web page, press the exclamation point ( ! ) key again.
    - To close a browser, hold the Escape key.


    Media Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used in the Media application:
    - To pause a video, press the Mute key. To resume playing the video, press the Mute key again.
    - To zoom in to a picture, press 3.
    - To zoom out from a picture, press 9.
    - To return to the original picture size, press 5.
    - To rotate a picture, press the comma ( , ) key.
    - To pause a slide show, press the Space key. To resume the slide show, press the Space key again.
    - To pause a song, press the Mute key. To resume playing the song, press the Mute key again.

    Maps Shortcuts
    The following shortcuts can be used in the Maps application:
    - To zoom in to a map, press L.
    - To zoom out from a map, press O.
    - To view the status information at the top of a map, press Q. To hide the status information at the top of a map, press Q again.


    Calendar Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used in the Calendar Day view:
    Note: To allow shortcuts in Day view, in the Calendar options, set the Enable Quick Entry field to No.
    - To schedule an appointment, press the period ( . ) key.
    - To move to the next day, press 6.
    - To move to the previous day, press 4.
    - To move ahead one hour, press 2.
    - To move back one hour, press 8.


    Media application
    The Media application contains four folders for music, video, ring tone, and picture files.


    You can load and manage media files within these folders in the following ways:
    - Use an expanded memory card connected via Universal Serial Bus (USB) or Bluetooth wireless technology, such as a MicroSD™ card.Note: The expanded memory card can still be used as standard USB mass storage for the personal computer.

    - Use the Media Manager application in BlackBerry Desktop Software 4.2 to transfer files between the smartphone memory and the personal computer.

    - Use Bluetooth wireless technology to transfer files to and from a paired Bluetooth device.

    - You can manage content that is downloaded using the smartphone browser. Music, Video, and Ringtones

    Supported audio and video file types for these applications listed below.

    Pictures
    Pictures taken with the camera on the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone are stored in the Pictures folder. You can view the folder contents in list view, thumbnail view, or in a slideshow.


    Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
    Voice Activated Dialing (VAD) allows you to initiate phone calls with spoken voice, without pre-recording voice tags. You can also use VAD with a device enabled with Bluetooth wireless technology enabled device that has been paired with your BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone.
    VAD allows you to perform the following tasks:

    - Call by name of contact in Address Book
    - Call by number
    - Check the status, signal, battery, or coverage Accessing the Voice


    Dialing Application


    1. On the home screen, select Voice Dialing. Or, from the device options, select Voice Activated Dialing.

    2. When prompted, say one of the commands described in the table below.

    3. Press the Escape key or the End key to exit the application. Voice Commands
    Note: If your voice commands are unclear or not specific enough, you are prompted to clarify or provide more details.


    A few VAD Examples:
    Function: Making a phone call
    Voice Command:
    Call and contact name or phone number
    Also, Say Call and wait to be prompted.

    Function: Checking Status
    Voice Command:
    Check Status

    Function: Checking signal strength
    Voice Command:
    Check Signal Strength

    Function: Checking coverage
    Voice Command:
    Check Coverage


    Caller ID picture for a contact


    To add a caller ID picture for a contact, complete the following steps:

    1. On the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, open the Address Book, and select a contact.
    2. Press the Menu key, click Add Picture, and select a picture.
    3. Press the Menu key again, then click Select.
    4. Use the trackball to adjust the picture horizontally and vertically on the screen.
    5. Click the trackball, then click Save.


    Desktop 4.2 Setup Wizard

    The Setup Wizard is used to set up options, learn about typing, and personalize the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone.

    To use the Setup Wizard, complete the following steps:
    1. In the Setup Wizard dialog box, select Run Setup Wizard.
    2. Read the Setup Wizard introduction and click Next.
    3. Complete the online instructions.Note: The Setup Wizard dialog box should appear automatically. If it does not, press the Menu key and click Setup Wizard.

    Setup MP3 ringtones
    To configure an MP3 file as a ringtone, complete the following steps:

    1. On the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, navigate to the location of the MP3 file. By default, the location is Media/Music/Media Card.
    2. Scroll to the MP3 you want to use as the Phone Tune, click the Menu key > Set As Phone Tune.



    3.Click OK, when prompted to confirm that you would like the MP3 you selected ito be set as the phone tune.



    4. The selected MP3 file is now the phone tune when receiving calls to the BlackBerry Pearl.


    BlackBerry Maps
    To change the unit of measurement in BlackBerry Maps, complete the following steps:

    1. On the Home screen, open Maps, click the trackball, and click Options.
    2. Click System Of Measurement, then click the trackball.
    3. Click Change Option, then click either Imperial (Standard) or Metric.
    4. Click Save to save the change. Supported media files on the


    Media Guide (Audio/video)

    You can open media files in the Media application, such as videos, ring tones, pictures, and songs that are stored in the BlackBerry device memory or on a media card.

    Music
    The following Audio formats (including extensions) are supported:
    - ACC - audio compression formats AAC, AAC+, and EAAC+
    - AMR - Adaptive Multi Rate-Narrow Band (AMR-NB) speech coder standard Supported AMR-NB rates are 4.75 KBps, 5.15 KBps, 5.9 KBps, 6.7 KBps, 7.4 KBps, 7.95 KBps, 10.2 KBps, and 12.2 KBp.
    - AMR files must conform to the standards specified in Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Request for Comments (RFC) document RFC3267, Section 5, on the the Internet RFC Archive web site.
    - MIDI - Polyphonic MIDI (.mid, .midi, or .smf)
    - MP3 - encoded using MPEG Part 1 and Part 2 audio layer 3 Supported sample rates are 16Khz, 22.050Khz, 24Khz, 32Khz, 44.1Khz and 48Khz.
    - WAV - supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz with 8-bit and 16-bit depths in mono or stereo Supports WAV files created using audio codec GSM6.10.

    The following Audio file extensions are also supported:
    - .avi containing PCM, MP3, and AAC, AAC+, and eAAC+
    - .3gp containing MP3, AMR-NB, AAC, AAC+, and eAAC+
    - .mp4 containing MP3, AMR-NB, AAC, AAC+, and eAAC+
    - .mov containing MP3, AMR-NB, AAC, AAC+, and eAAC+
    - .aac and .m4a containing AAC, AAC+, and eAAC+ Video

    The following Video formats are supported:
    - MPEG-4 Part 2 - Simple Profile + bvops (including DivX files in this format)
    - H.263 Profile 0 and Profile 3

    The following Video file extensions are also supported:
    - .avi containing MPEG4 Part 2 and H.263
    - .mov containing MPEG4 Part 2 and H.263
    - .3gp containing MPEG4 Part 2 and H.263
    - .mp4 containing MPEG4 Part 2 and H.263
    - .m4v containing MPEG4 Part 2 and H.263
    - .mpg containing MPEG4 Part 2 and H.263


    OS 4.2 versions of Google Talk and Yahoo! IM
    To use Google Talk, you must have Google Talk for BlackBerry devices installed on your BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, and a Gmail™ account. To use Yahoo! Messenger, you must have Yahoo! Messenger for BlackBerry devices installed on your BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, and a Yahoo! ID and password.

    Note: Although the Google Talk and Yahoo! Messenger icons appear on the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, you need to download the applications. To verify that the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone has the appropriate system requirements to install Google Talk and Yahoo! Messenger, see the Google Talk page on www.blackberry.com and the Yahoo! Messenger page on www.blackberry.com.


    Transfer files between media card & the device
    To transfer content between the media card and device memory on the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone, complete the following steps:

    1. On the BlackBerry Pearl, open Media.
    2. Press the Menu key, and then Explore.



    3. The files system appears.



    4. Navigate to where the file is located. For this example, a JPEG file will be moved from the Media Card to the Device Memory.
    5. Highlight the file you want to move, then press the Menu key and click Move. The Select dialog box appears
    6. Navigate to the location in the Device Memory you want to store the JPEG.
    7. Press the Menu key, and then Move Here.


    The JPEG is moved to the new location.

    Informative links to Blackberry.com 8100 Guides & how-to articles:
    -- How To - Add a caller ID picture for a contact
    -- How To - Change the trackball sensitivity
    -- How To - Change the unit of measurement in BlackBerry Maps
    -- How To - Create M3U playlists
    -- How To - Import IT policy rules for BlackBerry Device Software 4.2
    -- How To - Mute the Media application
    -- How To - Obtain driving directions
    -- How To - Transcode audio and video files using BlackBerry Media Player
    -- How To - Transfer a file using Bluetooth between two BlackBerry Pearl 8100's
    -- How To - Transfer files between the media card and device memory
    -- How To - Use Setup Wizard
    -- How To - Use the camera on the BlackBerry Pearl


    --
    Known Issues - File name is too long
    -- Known Issues - First Date is changed to Due Date after the task is saved
    -- Known Issues - SDCard block length is unsupported
    -- Known Issues - Unable to synchronize a Contact entry without a name or company


    --
    Support - Cannot load applications wirelessly to BlackBerry 8703e and BlackBerry Pearl
    -- Support - Unable to open MP3 attachments


    --
    What Is - BlackBerry Enterprise Server requirements for caller ID pictures
    -- What Is - BlackBerry Enterprise Server requirements for WAV files
    -- What Is - Cannot save MP3 files as attachments
    -- What Is - Diagnostic application
    -- What Is - Escape key
    -- What Is - Expanded memory capability
    -- What Is - Menu key
    -- What Is - Microsoft Windows 64-bit or Windows Vista platforms
    -- What Is - The Media application
    -- What Is - USB driver version supported by BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone
    -- What Is - Voice Activated Dialing
    -- What Is - Voice notes

    New PDF downloads:
    Blackberry 8100 tips and tricks - same as above. (printable)
    Blackberry 8100 Getting Started guide pages 1 - 46


    For more visit www.Blackberrypearl.com
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    Re: Comprehensive Blackberry Pearl 8100 Guide

    This is very comprehensive. Love the pictures and clear explanations.


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    Re: The Blackberry 8100 (Pearl) in detail (Specs)

    Quote Originally Posted by ljbyar
    Man, that is one tiny BB. I'd hate to drop it. I hope they're already working on cases!
    They are. Check out the following link. Click on Function at the bottom of the page. Then click on Accessories. There's a skin available in different colors, a cradle, extra battery, BT headset, a holster, and an auto charger.

    http://www.blackberrypearl.com/


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    Re: Comprehensive Blackberry Pearl 8100 Guide

    updated

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    Re: Comprehensive Blackberry Pearl 8100 Guide

    Very nice Hayden, thanks.

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    Re: The Blackberry 8100 (Pearl) in detail (Specs)

    Ya know friends, I have tried...I really did, not to even look at the pearl.....b/c I know me....

    I was doing sooo good until I was bored..and now, dang.....I want one......I need help !

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    Re: The Blackberry 8100 (Pearl) in detail (Specs)

    I know they will fix this, but those of you like me getting a MicroSD card in advance, look at this! Just get a 1GB for now!
    http://www.blackberry.com/knowledgec...69110&vernum=0
    The Stacks Rock.....

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    Re: The Blackberry 8100 (Pearl) in detail (Specs)

    Another link to accessories

    Update: I just saw the prices of some of the accessories....

    Impatica ShowMate (and Impatica ShowMate BlackBerry Enterprise Server)
    $249.99 USD-this is for PowerPoint presentations

    HS-655 Bluetooth Headset-$139.99 USD

    Power Station and Extra Battery Charger-$99.99 USD

    ScanDisk 1GB MicroSD Card-$64.99 USD

    The affordable accessories LOL

    Leather Pocket-$24.99

    Leather Desktop Stand-$19.99 USD

    Skins (Green, Blue, White, Orange,Magenta)-$9.99 ea
    Last edited by EricaJ1073; 09-08-2006 at 05:07 AM.


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    Re: The Blackberry 8100 (Pearl) in detail (Specs)

    Anyone know when it will be launched in the UK?

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    Re: Our Top 5 Blackberry 8100 Pearl Accessories

    Accessories also available at www.bberry.com

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    Re: Our Top 5 Blackberry 8100 Pearl Accessories

    ok im impressed

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    Re: Our Top 5 Blackberry 8100 Pearl Accessories

    I love that it is using the Zen theme!
    Black G1 w/Root
    JesusFreke's Moddified RC30 v1.3
    Auto-rotate Enabled
    Auto-rotate Browser Enabled
    Manup's Blue Star 5 Theme

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    Re: Our Top 5 Blackberry 8100 Pearl Accessories

    yeah, so far T-Mobile doesn't carry any accessories for this baby yet! I just got it yesterday evening and I'm loving it!!!!

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