Conclusion: No, it's not an earth-shattering Treo, but it's by no means a re-warmed Treo 700wx either. The Treo 750 offers very good performance with a new CPU, an improved camera, enhanced video playback, a more solid Bluetooth implementation in a lighter, slimmer, antenna-less casing.
Pros: Snappy performance, 3G (though we'll have to wait for the official upgrade from UMTS to the even faster HSDPA flavor of 3G), excellent usability, great form factor and ever-ready keyboard. We like the new anti-slip surface coating and the lack of an external antenna. Bluetooth is solid and the ca...
Cons: The smaller battery means shorter battery life-- though our Treo 750 outlasts our BlackJack, it doesn't last as long as the Cingular 8525. No WiFi built-in, so you'll need to buy a miniSD WiFi card if you're in need. Though for us, 3G is much more important than WiFi and we find ourselves rarely ...
Summary: The Treo 750v is small enough to be used as a phone, and just large enough for a practical qwerty keyboard to ease data input. Palm’s careful attention to detail makes this one of the better Windows Mobile devices we have seen. Pros: Good user interface; well-laid out qwerty keypad; rubberised case.
Summary: Here's a dollop of irony: the best Windows Mobile smartphone has been created by Palm! A bevy of OS enhancements and access to Telstra's Next G mobile broadband network easily make it the best Windows Mobile device we've ever used.
Pros: Enhanced Windows Mobile 5, Uses Next G for HSDPA 1.8Mbps wireless broadband access, Iconic voicemail interface, Chat-style SMS messaging
Cons: Awkward keyboard, Lacklustre performance, especially streaming content
Excerpt: A Treo 750 kinézete nagy hasonlóságot mutat ez elődökhöz, az antenna természetesen már nem türemkedik ki a készülékházból. A QWERTY billentyüzet is ismerős, de megjelent a Windows gomb, egy OK gomb társaságában.
Pros: egykezes használat, 3G (HSDPA támogatás), Bluetoth, gyors működés,
Cons: nincs Wi-Fi, apró billentyűzet gombok, csak 1,3 Megapixeles kamera