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Re: Blockberry, now endorsed by Obama!!!

Originally Posted by info[]box1 View Post
Actually his actual president's phone is a Window Molbile device that looks like two mogul. Running a very old operating system I think CE. I read somewhere that it takes 10-15 minutes for his emails sync due to some high security firewall...Seriously thats very close to fact

yeah but thats Storm3 coming out next summer...!O!

Here is Obama's real phone.

The Sectera Edge (Credit: General Dynamics)

One is General Dynamics' Sectera Edge, a combination phone-PDA that's been certified by the National Security Agency as being acceptable for Top Secret voice communications and Secret e-mail and Web sites. Through three separate interchangeable modules, it works with Wi-Fi, GSM, or CDMA networks, and is dust-proof, waterproof, and rugged enough to survive repeated 4-foot drops onto concrete. Physically, it's a chunkier second cousin to the Palm Treo 750, though with an additional LCD display below the keyboard.

The price is $3,350 with a two-year warranty, a princely sum that's reflected in the Pentagon-worthy price tags for accessories: a simple adapter for a lighter plug costs $100. (Never again should you complain about how much your civilian analogue costs.)

The Sectera runs a mobile version of Microsoft Windows, including versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Windows Media Player. The NSA claims that the installed versions of Internet Explorer, WordPad, and Windows Messenger are good enough for data that's classified at a level of Secret. Presumably the federal spooks have found a way to protect IE from the numerous security flaws that continue to plague the Internet's most popular browser.
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