|Palm Treo 750
The Treo 750v combines the hallmark Palm experience of a multifeatured
mobile phone with email, messaging, web browsing and organization
software all in a new compact design. The new smartphone comes with
Microsoft's Messaging and Security Feature Pack (MSFP) for Windows
Mobile 5, which includes Direct Push Technology and enhanced security
features free and out of the box. It is also fully compatible with
Vodafone Business Email, giving remote access to enterprise and
Internet-based email accounts. These business-ready solutions address
the need for a robust push-email solution that can be deployed easily
by small businesses to global enterprises.
Unique to the Treo smartphone on Windows Mobile is a suite of software
enhancements developed by Palm that underscores its brand promise
of fast access, ease of use and simplicity.
|Palm Treo 680
- The Treo 680 is very much being pitched as a mobile computing device
that is also a phone. Palm wants people that have adopted feature
phones that often offer music, integrated cameras and web access to
understand that, for about the same price, they can have a Treo that
does all of those things, and more, complete with a full QWERTY keyboard.
|Palm Treo 700p
- The Treo 700p combines the benefits of a full featured mobile phone
with the Palm OS mobile computing platform. From a visual perspective
the design changes are small, evolutionary refinements of a proven
smartphone form factor. Most of the improvements to Palm's flagship
smartphone come in the form of new software innovations, a big boost
in memory and fast, broadband like data speeds.
|Palm Treo 700w
- The Treo 700w will undoubtedly, like the Palm OS Treo 650, be one
of the most hottest smartphones on the market. It boasts the extremely
popular Treo design and usability married to the power of Windows
Mobile 5.0. If you're a Pocket PC fan who always longed for that Treo
look and feel, you may just find yourself in heaven. Palm and Verizon
tell us that Verizon will be the only carrier to offer the Treo 700w
for the first 6 months. Verizon's selection of PDA phones, feature
phones and their EVDO network continue to impress us in the last few
months. The Treo 700w exclusive will surely further their appeal in
|Palm Treo 650
- The Treo 650 is both a cell phone and a full-featured Palm OS PDA.
The Sprint version runs on their CDMA network in the US and supports
PCS Vision (1xRTT for high speed data). The Verizon version, released
on May 11, 2005 also supports 1xRTT for data. The GSM version is currently
available in three flavors for Cingular, AT&T and an unbranded,
unlocked version. The Cingular and AT&T Wireless versions are
locked to their respective carriers, so you'll need to purchase the
more expensive unlocked version directly from Palm if you wish to
use the phone with other carriers. All GSM flavors are quad band 850/900/1800/1900MHz
world phones with GPRS and EDGE for data. While most mobile phones
with full-featured PDAs make concessions to phone ergonomics or PDA
ergonomics and features, the Treo manages to do it all and do it well.
It's easy and comfortable to use one-handed as a phone and has all
the features of a current generation Palm OS 5 PDA. The integrated
thumb keyboard makes it a great choice for those who need to write
emails on the go. Though larger than today's feature phones, the Treo
is still pocketable and smaller than competing Pocket PC phones.
|Palm Treo 600
- At the time of its debut, the Treo 300 was arguably one of the best
phone/PDA designs available in the United States, but because of its
PDA leanings, it suffered a little as a phone and was a bit awkward
to hold it against the ear. The Treo 600, by contrast, resembles a
full-bodied candy bar-style phone. Overall, it's only about 3 percent
smaller than the Treo 300 (2.4 by 4.4 by 0.9 inches, not including
the antenna), though it weighs slightly more (6 ounces). But because
of its design, the Treo 600 seems more compact, and it fits more comfortably
in your hand and your pocket.
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