Excerpt: A great buy! Ask for a discount straight from the company. The Treo650 has been in my life for a little over a year now and it’s been great. I received it direct from Palm at almost half the price. Why? Because I home school and I asked for an …
Perfect phone for someone who wants a good solid phone with a good calendar
19 August 2013
Summary: This phone may not be the newest version with the best camera, but I LOVE it! This is the second one I have owned and it is a TANK when it comes to being dropped or abused. I love the easy Calendar feature; it reminds me of birthdays and other important dates with its yearly repeat setting.
This was a great phone for its time and it works great for traveling.
7 June 2013
Summary: This was a great phone for its time and it works great for traveling. I can connect the SIM Cards for the different countries that I'm traveling through and the phone numbers that I save onto the SIM card can be downloaded to the phone itself and consequently onto the Palm Desktop Software allowing...
Summary: Excellent phone, I was completely satisfied. Very quick and easy. Nice size and weight, a lot of different accessories. Long work on batteries, a good reputation of the manufacturer. I bought it, for that would realize his childhood dream - to have the device on Palm platform.
Summary: Old phone broke and had to find a new one because I didn't want to give up the awesome calendar and texting features! My husband wanted me to get an iPhone but I wouldn't give up my palm tree 650!
An oldie but goodie. Simple smartphone with a big battery.
4 July 2012
Summary: We've been using these since we bought our first used one off eBay in 2005. We were Palm users before, so it was great to combine our cell phone and palm and also get a keyboard. Nowadays, the VGA camera is anemic and the screen is small and the resolution stinks for trying to see anything on the...
Summary: I've had my Palm 650 for 6 or 7 years - a "smartphone" before smartphones were common. It satisfies all of my needs - friends and business info, calendar, internet site passwords, miscellaneous info lists and on and on.
Summary: My first PDA was a Palm M500, I liked it. My last phone nokia n82 - great camera but with Symbian OS which I do not quite fit. At work and at home I use linux - Palm OS Treo 650 perfectly combines with Linux and I'm happy.