Manufacturer: Research in Motion (RIM)
Caution Level: Safe
Operating System: Blackberry OS
This is a hand held wireless device enabling one to read calendars as well as emails with the enterprise class emailing systems. It is easily portable, and be used as a pocket PC. They are exactly like miniature computers and some have ability to email access. It is a device with abilities of personal digital assistance (PDA) and some have cell phone abilities as well as a complete alphanumeric type of keyboard that many personal digital assistance do not have. It has a Black berry enterprise server (BES) that operates directly with the exchange mail server. These services are recommended if one has an IU exchange account. Black berry device software has software, which provides a person with intuitive icons and layout, which are fully featured applications with advanced functions that enables a person to do office work virtually anywhere.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
A Black berry has a process that it follows to receive mail. Exchange account receives a message, a redirector checks out the mail account and traces the message, which it then forwards to the service that is provided by RIM. The RIM service sends the message to a wireless information network, which directs it to a wireless signal towards the Black berry device, finally receives the signal displaying the message on a persons screen. A Black berry sends the mail in the reverse of the process that is undergone to receive the message. It has input devices such as touch screen with the sure press technology, it has a memory card that is microSDHC, has the storage capacity of 1 GB onboard. It weighs 155g/5.5oz with a physical size of 112.5mmx622.2mmx13.95mm. Its central processing unit is a 624MHz Qualcomm processor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Black Berry Device errors before installing any driver updates.