RIM’s newest BlackBerry supports the most common Wi-Fi technology standards, 802.11 b and g, but it also supports the newer 802.11n Wi-Fi,
which can offer faster, more reliable wireless connectivity. The Style isn’t the first BlackBerry to support 802.11n—the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 was
first to get 802.11n. But Style users with 802.11n routers are sure to appreciate the new support.
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