Summary: Mine replaces a Treo 270 that finally gave up the ghost. Initially, being a Linux head I was sceptical about the Windows Mobile aspect of the phone, but after some searching was swayed by the generally favourable reviews. The lack of touch screen is slightly limiting, but after spending a short time getting used to the navigation system, this is not really an issue. The built in software includes a basic text editor.
Summary: The treo is a good all round organiser / phone. I put a 4gig memory card in it and it holds everything I need it to. It connect easily to bluetooth devices etc. If I was to grumble I would say the following; The camera is ok but only 2 megapixel. A 3 plus camera is obviously better. When the phone is locked and out of signal (factory floor for example) it goes to sleep and won't pick up a strong signal unless switched off and on again.
Summary: I bought this phone as I liked the fact it had a QWERTY keyboard, a camera, mp3 player, PDA, email, large screen etc etc. And it does. What my phone, and my partner's version (Treo 500V) doesn't have is decent battery life. My phone - if I use the mp3 player to and from work, send an email, play a game etc - will not even last one day without a charge.
Summary: PROS: Like the keyboard, doesn't feel cheap. Menu system is not that complicated. Sturdy build. Nice screen. CONS: Takes it's time switching between some programs (shame it's got the MS virus). Powering ON/OFF is slow. Needs a headset as holding the phone to your ear makes listening hard.
Summary: This is my first ever Palm based phone. Living in the UK, i prefer to stick to the usual Nokia, Samsung, and occassionally, a Sony Ericcson. However, after reading the Gossip Girl series and finding out that all the 'cool' kids had a Palm Treo, i decided to look on the website to see what all the fuss was about. I immediatly fell in love with the pink Palm Centro- until i realised it was only avaliable in America- and wouldn't take my O2 sim card.
Windows Mobile - a long way to go to match Palm OS
Spry Crisp & Dry, Amazon
17 May 2008
Summary: I agree with other comments that this smartphone is fine if you've not used a Palm OS system before. I bought this as I wanted to carry one device instead of phone/pda, it does most of what I want it to do, but nowhere near as easily as my Palm PDA. Endless menu's will get you where you want, yes there is a scroll icon menu at the top of most frequently used programs/functions, but annoyingly this is not customisable.
Summary: Why they called this phone a Palm I don't know as it is actually a Windows Mobile 6 Standard (Smartphone) device. I previously used a Treo 600 but I wanted Bluetooth and 3G and a lighter phone I could realistically carry in my pocket. On those three counts the 500v fits the bill. The V is for Vodafone although you can get an unbranded one like the Amazon advertised version. They are identical apart from the logos which you don't notice after 5 minutes.
Summary: From the minute I received my beautiful square box containing the simply perfect Palm Treo 500 smartphone I knew that we were destined to fall in love. Combining the benefits of a mobile phone with a mobile office, this phone/pda is truly the business. It does everything that you could possibly want in a phone/pda and much more to boot.
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