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I understand the article is ancient, but the text doesn't even mention that the 9000/9110/9210 had QWERTY keyboards. What could they do? Send e-mails, browse the internet? Compose documents? Were they popular, influential? The only allusion to their expanded functionality is "the 9xxx Communicators introduced features which later evolved into smartphones" - which features? Why do we need to know that one of the models is mentioned on page 282 of an old Bret Easton Ellis book? -Ashley Pomeroy (talk) 16:22, 21 July 2011 (UTC)