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que venden Peek.

There was a pretty decent upgrade to the Peek device last night, adding the ability to view image attachments, as well as text messaging capabilities. Texting works through an SMS email gateway, with users entering numbers in the “To:” field, but we’re not going to start nitpicking about technicalities. If they add a way to make calls to this thing, we’re totally sold.

Había una “upgrade” al dispositivo de la PEEK anoche, agregando la capacidad de ver los imagenes que son attachments, así como capacidades del envío de mensajes de texto. Texting trabaja a través de una entrada del email de SMS, con los usuarios incorporando números en el ” Para: “. Si agregan una manera de hacer llamadas con esta cosa, somos vendida totalmente.

The upset of the year is not happening on the ice or the gridirons, instead it is happening over at Time’s website. Believe it or not but a poll over at has the Peek Email device leading the list as the top gadget of 2008.  Not the sleek Flip Mino portable video camcorder, the iPod Touch, the MacBook, or the many other fantastic products that are among Time’s options, it is the Peek that is the fave amongst the Time respondents. You remember the Peek. It is that email only device that runs on T-Mobile’s EDGE network and provides unlimited email access for $20 per month. It is not just slightly ahead of the competition either. It is mopping the floor with them, garnering almost as many votes as the iPod Touch and the MacBook combined.  We’re going to reserve comment on this one and turn it over to you readers. What do think? Is the Peek really the gadget of the year or this a case of some wild online ballot stuffing? Chime in and let us know if the Peek’s rightful place is atop Time’s list, or if Time readers are crazy and the Peek belongs somewhere back around 1998.