Summary: Amazon wants to me write a review for a phone I bought 10 years ago? Okay, here's my review: this was most assuredly the worst smart phone I ever owned. The OS would crash half the time when I flipped it open to take a call. Perfect!
Summary: I've had my Palm Treo 680 since 2004. The battery cover wouldn't stay on and would fall off constantly. The face plate had 2 cracks. Decided it was time for a new phone. I have never had a use for any of the internet features and never had to pay AT&T for those services.
Summary: If you are looking for a great internet phone--this isn't for you. Buy a Droid. Buy an iPhone. Once past that, though, this still works great and does some things, like keeping your calendar sync'd on your desktop, better. It is a good ebook reader and a good mp3 player. It is a great PDA.
If you can find the 180, don't bothering getting it . Get the Treo 600 or 650.
the2ndflood, Phone Scoop
2 May 2005
Excerpt: I have used the Treo's 300, 600 and now the 650. Not to mention a T-Mobile Sidekick, the AT&T Motorola MPX, a Nextel Blackberry, a Samsung i600, and Treo's are the absolute gods of cell phones!!! The Palm source OS software is very stable, much more then Microsoft's Pocket PC.
Summary: I think I have had one of every Handspring product except the Treo 270 at this point. Color was not a big need. I purchased my first 180 in Feb 02, and picked up the extended warranty. I was very glad that I did. The Treo has everything that I could want in a unified form factor.