Summary: First Impression : The Palm 750w of Rogers is still big, but it gives it a strength that will allow you to keep the device a long time. The touch screen is a very powerful advantage, because it allows several additional features and uses Windows Mobile 6 Professional, which is much more complete than the normal version. The keyboard is also well designed and can tap small text very quickly even if you have large fingers, which is often a problem with cellphone keyboard.
The Treo 750 is great for people who like a windows based phone.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Treo 750 has a lot of features. It is windows based and supports Microsoft Excel. You can actually edit the file instead of just looking at it. I use my phone to do everything. It keeps my appointments, my lists, my life in order. It has a camera that takes great photos. My husband and I both have one. We use IM+ to communicate most often. The Treo 750 is like having a computer in the palm of your hand.
Cool phone, but sometimes I have a hard time placing calls.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The phone is pretty cool, although I have only had it for a few weeks and have had a few problems. I have had a few times where I can't place or recieve calls. It will usually resolve the problem if I turn the phone off and back on. Also, I love to play games on my phone and so far I haven't seen where any games are there. Over all the phone is a good buy.
Excerpt: I have this phone now, i like it, but still will never compare up to my cingular 8125- i loved that phone... until i accidentally ripped out the charging port :( I'ts discontinued and i couldn't find one anywhere- i miss it! the screen was much bigger and it had a pullout keyboard those were t he 2 main difference between the 2 smartphones, everything else is pretty standard.
Excerpt: The Palm Treo 750 is my work phone. I love the google maps feature for getting directions and the tip calculator. I get frustrated somtimes becuase the clock often shows the wrong time. Also, I hooked this phone up with my gmail account which is nice. Overall a good phone and the full keyboard makes texting nice.
Excerpt: This is a great phone - and fantastic handheld pc. It's easy to use and seems faster than my laptop at websurfing. I'm not sure how pleased I would be without the optional memory card; but with the extra memory it has been great. The phone is easy to use - something that was an issue with my last "smart phone". The dialpad is nicely integrated into the qwerty keyboard.
Excerpt: Before I got my Treo I had to carry a phone and my Dell X5 so I had contact with the world and my brain. Now it's all in one. I have spreadsheets with everything I need to remember along with other Windows Mobile applications to make my life easier. I also have my entertainment in the form of music, games and ebooks.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone because of the Windows applications and because it was recommended by the salesperson. I'm not in love with the device, as the other review stated, the battery sometimes dies. I've also had problems with the camera and video and could never rely on them for a spontaneous shot of anything. 1 out of 2 times, I have to reboot the thing to get the camera to work. It does do a good job with my email and I do like the ease of use of the keyboard.
Excerpt: If this is not your first treo and you previous treo was not window based, good luck trying to convert your address book. Instead of making things easier treo made it more difficult. Browsing, emailing and messaging has been upgraded though.
Excerpt: This phone has been great and has alot of new stuff. I really have enjoyed it and now they are not making it anymore. They are coming out with a new model but only one carrier is going to carrier it and I am very disapointed. I sell real estate and this phone has all that you would need to keep your life organized. Its alot friendler than the Blackberry with its usage and not windows based.