SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry

SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry
Officially announcing that a development of a SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry is in progress, Sling proved last year’s rumors for cooperation with RIM to be true. With software developed for Windows Mobile, Palm and Symbian S60 the only thing left to do was to create something for BlackBerry. The SlingPlayer will be demonstrated at CES 2008 utilizing Wi-Fi connection (still it is compatible with CDMA/EV-DO 3G), and it will be available later this year for a little less than $30.

source: Sling via EngadgetMobile


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3 Comments

1. unregistered

It sucks that it has to depend on wifi. Edge is too slow to stream video. RIM needs a 3G model ASAP

2. Blackberry Enterprise unregistered

Sling will be releasing something for 3G. it's compatible with CDMA and GSM Blackberries so it will work with all CDMA carriers using 3G and GSM carriers using WiFi or EDGE.

3. unregistered

This is great for CDMA (w/3G) users but horrible for GSM users.

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