Review: Peek E-mail Device

18Feb09

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E-mail: I have no idea how we lived without it for so long!  I am literally obsessed with checking my e-mail.  Sometimes too much I think!  There are a ton of smartphones on the market today that have e-mail capabilities…as well as a camera, video camera, web browser, IM, and who know what else.  But what if that’s just too much.  I myself own a smartphone and don’t use half of the features it offers, pretty much just the phone and the e-mail.  A huge waste in my opinion.  Enter the Peek: a simple, slim, e-mail device that does just that – let’s you send and receive e-mail!  Perfect for those of us who aren’t “techy” as they call gadget gurus.  I know a lot of people who refuse to get electronic devices because they are afraid of how to work it, or how to set it up.  The Peek is the easiest device I have ever used – you don’t even need an instruction guide!  You literally turn it on, enter up to three e-mail addresses and passwords and you are ready to rock-n-roll!  Peek supports most popular e-mail providers including AOL, Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo.  The device itself is only $49.95 with a $19.95 monthly charge for peek service.  There are no contracts – EVER!  The Peek features nationwide coverage so you can take it anywhere you want, on vacation, on business trips, virtually everywhere!  It comes in 3 stylish colors (Charcoal Gray, Black Cherry, and Aqua Blue) and is available in our Bees Who Buzz Amazon Store under Gadgets & Electronics!  Stay in touch and simplify your life with Peek!

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