RIM's Pearl aimed at consumers

The BlackBerry Pearl is Research In Motion's latest BlackBerry targeted at consumers. The Pearl is the first model to include a camera, music and video playback as well as expandable memory and is the thinnest Blackberry yet. The trackball below the screen replaces the traditional side-mounted thumb wheel--hence the name Pearl. T-Mobile USA--the operator that targets mostly consumers--has launched the product. The device is expected to sell for $200 with a two-year contract.

To read more about the Blackberry Pearl:
- check out this article from vnunet.com
- take a look at this report from RCR Wireless News

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