You might remember the Peek, a bare-bones e-mailing device launched over the summer. Well, he’s got a big brother now, dubbed Pronto, with handles text messaging (gasp) , push e-mail and up to five accounts. Oo-la-la. This is yet another candidate for Sprint’s supposed desires for airwave rentals; a simple gadget that doesn’t necessarily butt heads directly with mobile phones, but still features some wireless connectivity. The market for these pseudo-phones still confuses me though – having all of these different devices segmenting our tasks seems very counter-convergence, something I would think your average consumer would want to avoid. Regardless, Peek must be doing something right if they’ve survived long enough to pump out a second device. Maybe they’ll put a phone in next. $79.95 for the device and $19.99/month gets you unlimited push e-mail and texting. Not a bad rate compared to most BlackBerry plans, but that may all come crashing down if this $5/month @ BlackBerry e-mail service rumour pans out.