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The design of the 8525 is clean and uncluttered, with just a few buttons for mail, Internet Explorer, and contextual menus. Meanwhile, call answer and end buttons surround a five-way toggle that allows you to navigate and control the Windows Mobile interface. As mentioned, a full QWERTY keyboard cleverly slides out from underneath the screen. This allows you to hold the device horizontally, and the screen is automatically placed in landscape mode when you're using the keyboard. A side scroll wheel is conveniently tucked away on the side, making navigation when accessing the music player and other various applications a cinch when needed. A mini-SD memory expansion card slot is provided, as is an infrared port and support for a stereo Bluetooth headset. A mini-USB port is also included for wired data transfers and charging.

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Model 8525 PDA
Country of Manufacture N/A
In Depth
    • tri-band UMTS/HSDPA; quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE for global use
    • Windows Mobile 5.0 with Messaging & Security Feature Pack
    • sliding QWERTY keyboard with improved keypad design and improved backlight for easier use in low light conditions
    • 128MB ROM / 64MB RAM; ~51MB user available memory
    • 2.0 mega-pixel camera with video capabilities

Customer Reviews

Worth the upgrade!!! Review by Armstrong
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I've had this phone now for 2 weeks and it has met all of my expectations and exceeded them even. I upgraded from the 8125 and just about everything is a huge improvement!
The 3G(UMTS) is very impressive with it's speed. I even use this phone as a modem on my home pc and it's nearly identical in speed as DSL when surfing the net or downloading file/music etc.
Camera is very impressive with clear resolutions for a camera phone with the 2MP.
I also use a bluetooth headset 2.0 with this and mine works wonderfully with sony erriccson; it's quite intuitive and picks up the signal instantly. The 'blackberry' scroll wheel is a huge plus on this phone and I find myself using this feature more than any other buttons. (Posted on 8/25/2007)

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Chain Size

« Women's Standard Necklace Bracelet Sizes

Necklaces are manufactured to the following industry standard lengths.

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7"  Average woman's wrist
8" Woman with large wrist
16" Choker length
17~18" At collarbone
20" A few inches below collarbone
22" At or above neckline
24" Below the neckline
*Choose the next size up for larger neck sizes


« Men's Standard Necklace Bracelet Sizes

Men's neck chains are manufactured to the following industry standard lengths:

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8"  Average man\'s wrist
9" For Man with large wrist
18" Base of the neck (*for smaller neck sizes)
20" To collarbone
(*most common length for average men)
22" A few inches below the collarbone
24" Just above the sternum
*Choose the next size up for larger neck sizes


« Kid's Standard Necklace Bracelet Sizes

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5"-6" Bracelets
14"-16" Necklaces


« General Sizing for Necklaces and Chains

Once you know your neck size, a good rule of thumb is to choose at a minimum the second size up from your neck size. For example, for a man with a 17 ¨ö" collar (neck) size, a chain length of 20" is recommended at a minimum. An 18" chain would be too short. With women of a neck size of 15", the minimum recommended length would be 17-18" which is a step above the next standard length of 16". For example, necklaces that lie flat on the neck such as the Omega style, a 17" should be fine. Chains with heavy pendants on them will hang slightly longer as well.



« Measuring Your Neck Size

Don't know what size your neck is? Most women do not, while most men know their collar size. To get the approximate measurement, you can use a sewing (soft) measuring tape. If you have a tape measure, that problem is solved. If you don\'t have a soft measuring tape but have a yardstick, ruler or stiff metal measuring tape, you could wrap a ribbon around the base of your neck, mark the spot where it meets, and then lay it against the yardstick or metal measuring tape to determine your neck size.



« The Chain Size Charts with neck sizes

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Necklace lengths are measured from the hollow at the base of the throat - if your neck measures 13 inches, then a 16 inch necklace will drape about one and one half inches below the base of the throat. A common approximation is to allocate one half inch of drape per each inch of necklace length as outlined on the chart, below.



The illustration, below, shows necklace lengths according to four different neck sizes.


12" neck14" neck
16" neck18" neck

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