Peek has officially announced its latest messaging device called the Peek 9. The new device sells for $69.99 for the device only and bundled with two months of service the device costs $99.99. The device is small and thin with dimensions of 4" x 2.7" x 0.4" and it weighs 3.8 ounces.
Peek promises that it is good for 4-5 days of typical use per battery charge. The screen is a 2.5-inch unit with a resolution of 320 x 240. The device has 8MB of internal usermemory. Data is sent using GPRS and it has a triband GPRS radio with 800/1800/1900MHz.
The CPU inside the device is an ARM7 at 104MHz and the OS is Peekux. The device supports email from web accounts, Outlook, and Exchange. It has a QWERTY keyboard and can text to cell phones. Users can also download and install Peektop Apps and support for Facebook and Twitter is offered.
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