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Celio REDFLY for BlackBerry tested: it's not the solution you weren't looking for anyway

Ross Miller
11.11.09
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The lads at jkontherun took that new connection between BlackBerrys and the REDFLY for a spin. Prognosis? Not so good -- bad display rendering and trackpad controls, which are basically the two reasons you'd considering picking this up in the first place. Celio fans, a rather unpleasant read lies ahead should you choose to proceed past the link.

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