At just 15mm thick, the M600i is aimed at business users. Sporting a full QWERTY keypad, large 2.6-inch QVGA display, BlackBerry-style jog dial for sifting through messages, 80MB built-in memory, an extra 64MB Memory Stick Micro (M2), and all the business applications you could want (BlackBerry Connect, Ericsson Mobile Office, etc.). Short hands-on preview after the jump. Here’s the verdict:

In the looks department and the all important aspect of data entry the M600i is superb. Its large screen and very clever and usable text entry system both deserve high praise. But I found the scroll wheel less wonderful to use, and the UIQ user interface is bit confusing at times

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At just 15mm thick, the M600i is aimed at business users. Sporting a full QWERTY keypad, large 2.6-inch QVGA display, BlackBerry-style jog dial for sifting through messages, 80MB built-in memory, an extra 64MB Memory Stick Micro (M2), and all the business applications you could want (BlackBerry Connect, Ericsson Mobile Office, etc.). Short hands-on preview after the jump. Here’s the verdict:

In the looks department and the all important aspect of data entry the M600i is superb. Its large screen and very clever and usable text entry system both deserve high praise. But I found the scroll wheel less wonderful to use, and the UIQ user interface is bit confusing at times

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