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.
Excerpt: The Palm Treo 750 is by far the best cellphone i've ever owned. This was the perfect graduation gift, it makes college life so much easier, with everyone meeting tons of people andon the move most of the day its an amazing thing to be able to recieve emails minutes from the time they are sent, and have such a great way of catagorizing contacts.
The Palm 750 has been the most versatile PDA I've ever owned.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Palm Treo 750 has been a workhorse; I have used Blackberries, and some other PDA's, but none compare. This PDA is an excellent "small computer", but it is also a darn good PHONE - that is, after all, it's primary purpose! It is easy to dial; you can use the integrated dial pad on the qwerty keypad, choose a stylus on the touchscreen, enter by name with the keyboard. It syncs to bluetooth easily, but also has a corded earpiece - which I prefer.
Excerpt: I bought this Palm Treo smartphone almost three years ago, and it's still going strong to this day. The phone has never had any problems with dropped calls or interference. It's one of the original touch screen phones, and has really held up surprisingly well over the years. It runs on on Windows Mobile, which has been very compatible with with my PC. I love the ease of the program that transfers information to and from the phone to the PC (called Active Sync).
This is a great old phone and I feel lucky that some are still around.
4 August 2012
Summary: I have owned one of these phones a few years ago. I like the large backlit Tic-Tac buttons that make it easier to text, and the having of a stylus to write and send messages. Installing Microsoft's Voice Command added made that phone the perfect phone. If they continued to make this phone with a dual-core processor with wi-fi, I would still continue to purchase it. And if it had Android, SWEEEEEEET!!!!
Summary: PAY AS YOU GO FRIENDS WITH ATT PLEASE DO NOT UNLOCK THIS PHONE TO USE WITH ATT PAY AS YOU GO SIM CARD THIS PHONE WITH WORK BETTER LOCK JUST TAKE A MIN TO GET READY WHEN IT READY YOU CAN DO THE SAME IF YOU WAS WITH ATT CONTRACT THIS IS A BAD PHONE ON ATT PAY AS YOU GO I GET FULL BAR MORE THAN I HAD ON CONTRACT I GET ALL MY CALLS IN AND ALSO MY TEXTING IN AT 100% WOW THIS PHONE IS BAD TO THE BONE JUST PLEASE DO NOT UNLOCK FOR ATT PAY AS YOU GO SIM CARD DO NOT WORK RIGHT I...
Summary: the Treo750 is a good overall phone. it gives me the office features I need for taking notes and collection data for excell programs. the only downside of the phone is not having old palm desktop program. the 750 was a good choice for me because I could unlock this phone from another carrier and still use it with t-mobile without the data charges. I do butt dial more then before however.
Summary: I have been a palm fan since they started and love having a palm and a phone in the same device. The way the various applications are integrated is unique and logical. Having the keyboard is a plus, the touchstone is stylish, the fact that it can be synchronized with my personal computer is priceless. I prefer to keep my schedule private and do not use google calendar or yahoo-Palm allows you to do that, unlike other smart phones. Will miss it when it is gone.
Summary: I killed my Pal Pixi Plus and purchased this as a replacement. Doubled the memory and discovered that not only were all my settings and accounts saved to my Palm profile, the phone redownloaded and updated everything automatically, even down to the different icons I'd chosen for my launcher, not the factory settings. It's Comfy and fast and I'm thrilled.