Conclusion: The Treo is hard to beat in any form, and the 700wx improves on the 700w by adding more memory. This and the 700w are by far the easiest Windows Mobile Pocket PC phones to use one-handed and Palm's usability enhancements and hardware design are a winning combination. The smartphone is responsive and stable and generally a joy to use in business and messaging-centric settings.
Pros: Great design and QWERTY keyboard make the Treo a breeze to use on the go. Palm's software enhancements are a strong value-added that further increase ease of use. Large and bright display is easy to read, plenty of memory to run several programs at once. Ample storage and SD expansion if you need more. 3G means fast data and web pages load quickly.
Cons: Camera is the pits, 240 x 240 resolution display means you see less on screen compared to most other Windows Mobile PPC phones and the Palm OS Treo 700p. Occasional compatibility issues with 3rd party apps that haven't been updated to support the square screen. No built-in WiFi. No threaded SMS application.