Although it's been on Cingular's site for several weeks now, the carrier officially announced the Cingular 2125 (a.k.a. the HTC Faraday) today. The 2125 is Cingular's first company-branded B2B device, and it offers connectivity, productivity, and mobility in one sleek package. Like the , the Cingular 2125 sports a candy bar shape and is ultraportable at just 4.5 by 1.8 by 0.7 inches and 3.7 ounces. The smart phone runs Windows Mobile 5; in addition to the new Microsoft Office Mobile suite, it can sync with Microsoft Exchange Server so that you receive corporate e-mail right on your device. It supports GoodLink, Cingular Xpress Mail, and Hotmail. Without a QWERTY keyboard, though, its effectiveness as an e-mailing machine leaves us wondering. Globe-trotting execs will be pleased to know that the 2125 is a quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) phone, so you can take it with you overseas; plus, there's EDGE support. Other goodies include Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel camera, 64MB of SDRAM, 64MB of flash ROM, and Windows Media Player 10 Mobile. The Cingular 2125 is available now for $299.99, but you should be able to get it cheaper with service. We're expecting to get one in soon, so check back for a full review.