Excerpt: I am a Palm Treo long term user. By long term, I am referring to more than several Palm devices and three or more years of use. I happen to like the interface and now with the Smartphone capability and range of features of the Palm Treo 755p I have graduated into the 21st century. I like the Google Maps the Palm 755p comes with and the use of familiar icons. It comes in Midnight Blue and Burgundy.
Conclusion: The 755p is a two-year-old phone that costs the same as more capable and up-to-date smartphones. It would need a slimmer design, an updated feature set, and the revamped Linux-based Palm OS kernel in order to compete.
Pros: 3G data speeds. High-resolution touch screen. Still a great organizer and a good choice for Mac users.
Cons: Pricey. Palm OS is growing mold. No GPS, mobile TV, Wi-Fi, or stereo Bluetooth. About 1.5 ounces too heavy.
Conclusion: Palm's latest Treo, the 755p is really a sawed-off Treo 700p. Because the Treo 700p was a great PDA/phone, that will be plenty for most people, but there's absolutely nothing cutting-edge about this new device.
Pros: Still a powerful, easy-to-use smartphone, now in a smaller case.
Cons: Software, especially the OS, is starting to look really old. No Bluetooth stereo.