Gadget Review: Peek Pronto Email Device

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

4 Comments to Gadget Review: Peek Pronto Email Device

  1. “Chicklet style keyboard will take some getting use to” should read “getting USED to” and the price is actually as low as $14.99/month when you prepay for a year. The price is $19.99 per month only if you are interested in just paying one month at a time. As of June 2009, the standard Peek device is $14.99 at Target stores (and as low as $11.99 when it is on sale at Target, as it is right now.) Additionally, Peek (the company) will update Peek (the device) to the Pronto firmware for FREE- all you have to do is make a call to their customer support (which is actually a very quick and pleasant experience) and mail the device to the address they provide. It will be upgraded for you FREE and they will even pay the shipping to return it. This certainly beats paying $59.99 to pick one up that already has the Pronto firmware installed. If you care to wait (about one week) for the upgrade, you could apply the $45 in savings toward that year of service I told you about. When this device premiered less than one year ago, it was $99, service was $19.99 per month and it could only send and receive email. Fast forward several months and there are now two versions (Classic & Pronto) available, much lower prices across the board for the device and service as well as the ability to send and receive an unlimited number of text messages. I would also like to point out that my experience with Peek has been completely positive because they focus heavily on delivering not only your email but also customer service and satisfaction.

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