"This is the first phone from Sprint that is EVDO ready. What that means is Sprint is launching its new high speed data network. It also is the first phone from Sprint that has WiFi embedded in it. And it also is a phone that has Bluetooth." And Sprint, says Martin, will allow customers who pay for data plans, to use the EVDO phone as a modem for laptop computers. The WiFi capability, means the device can be used to browse the Web or connect to email, at high speeds without using a cell phone connection at all. A full QWERTY keyboard slides out from the side of the phone…which also has a built in 1.3 megapixel camera and camcorder. It has a slot for mini-SD memory cards for storing pictures, music and other data. PDA phones, especially new models, tend to be pricey. This one is no exception. The PPC 6700 with a contract from Sprint….sells for about 480 dollars. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.