Sunday, March 11, 2007
Retro Marketing: Bigger is Better
Nokia, who has developed a new Blackberry designed to keep people from using it while driving. A Nokia spokesman said that the added benefits include inability to get it into a movie theater, concert hall or library.
The screen is as bright as most ballpark scoreboards and can illuminate 20 yards of a football field. It features full LCD Hi-Def quality and resolution greater than most human eyes. When used in vibrate mode in testing, it dislodged several automobile lug nuts in a nearby parking garage.
The phone sells for $13,540. However, if consumers sign up for 2 years, it can be purchased for $29.95.
Headset not included.