The exterior of the latest BlackBerry gets the luxury car treatment, with a sleek body, chrome accents, and leather backside -- but those are just superficial touches. It's the guts of this machine, with its lightning-fast 3G speeds, vastly improved Web browser, and better-than-the-iPhone QWERTY keyboard, that'll make your thumbs ache. ($299.99)
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Stubb's Legendary Combo
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Panasonic Body Effects Grooming System
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