I can't think without my phone, it has everything I need in it!!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have been using the Palm phone for about 4 years now, my first was the 650. I was using the Centro when the Pro first came out and I just had to have it of corse. My upgrade wasn't avaliable yet, go figure, so I save up the cash. With my service providers rebates and instant rebated In the end I only paid $50. This phone is the best !!! I have it where my google calendar is on it and reminds me of my agenda each day.
Excerpt: I have had my Palm Treo 755 for almost 2 years. I had a regular cell phone before I got this and I am amazed that it can do so much. It is a phone, PDA, movie screen, television, camera, camcorder. I can also email, send and receive documents. I text my friends and family on a daily basis. I use the internet when I'm in the doctor's office, sitting in the car at red lights or in traffic.
This phone does it all, absolutely amazing, even watch movies!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Palm Treo Pro is an amazing phone. Not only is is sleek style and look appealing it is actually very functional for business or pleasure. It has Mobile office, allowing you to access Microsoft office mobile at your finger tips. Need a power point? or just a regular word document? Simply sync to your computer and download the file to your palm. If you are lost on the road somewhere, it has GPS to help you out on knowing exactly where you are and where you are headed.
Excerpt: I've had the Palm Treo Pro for about a month now and I have to say that it is incredible. It is literally like having a mini laptop. It's so much like a computer that I hardly use my laptop anymore; I don't really need it anymore. Thete's not much the computer can do that the Palm Treo Pro can't. It has Excel, OneNote, Powerpoint, and Word, which is unbelievablely convenient.The camera is great and takes clear images.
Excerpt: The Palm Pixi The first day I got to discover The palm Pixi cell phone, I didn't care for it at all. I think it was just to high tech for me at first or something, but I absolutely love it now. What I love the most about the Pixi is that you can have as many apps as you want opened at a time, you can also do things on your apps while talking on the phone also. In my opinion the Palm Pixi is a great phone to have, especially since it's very small and light weight.
Excerpt: best phone ive had so far. good features, good design, freezes up once in a while but no big deal. for people not used to palm phones, the keyboard might be tricky at first. im glad palm switched this phone to windows mobile. i dont like palm soft ware that much. over all great phone.
Excerpt: I just had the oportunity to purchase a new phone didn't know what I wanted then I ran acrossed this phone. the phone ever since I have had it has been an awesome time. never thought that I would enjoy such a phone.
Pros: I have the gps and sprint tv on this model. OMG!!! Awesome....texting is better then I thought, the options, quick keys, the best phone I've owned to date.
Cons: to be honest, the only thing that seems palm could have done a little better was the sensitivity between the stylus and the touch screen, the touch from your finger works better then the stylus on the screen. and the over size of the stylus could be longer in my opinion.
Excerpt: The Palm Pro is as sleek and small as powerful windows mobile phones get. I love the size and light weight compared to the Treo 700w I've had for 3 years. It's about half the thickness and no external antanae. Palm also replaced it's proprietary charging port with a micro usb port which is nice.
Pros: Sleek design; lightweight. Works fast, e-mails arrive almost instantly even when using pop3. usb charger. wifi/gps/bluetooth. Conversation mode in Texting.
Cons: keyboard takes getting used to; Palm/Sprint customizations aren't as good as the Verizon 700w. themes don't work with some screens (i.e. always white text on black background). today screen isn't as robust as other variations of WM.
Excerpt: I am Very satisfied with my Pro I am not having nearly the amt of problems I had with my 800 there are a couple of gripes i have with the ergonomics you cant change the basic contacts and internet shortcut butns and when your in the Mesg program and try yo creat a new txt it list the types: video, picture, sms; which isnt a big deal but its highly annoying when you send far more sms so why isnt it 1st you have to scroll down everytime , when winmob phones rec txt it...
Pros: Very eye catching, Far less problems than most winmob phones
Cons: just ergonomical issues where things are placed considering how features are used
Summary: For this Treo veteran -- dating back to when it was still Handspring -- the Treo Pro is good and bad news. Good: Slick, elegant, light, compact, great touchscreen, every bell and whistle modern smartphones should have. Keyboard smaller than previous Treos, but still easy for my large fingers to use. Retains the unique Palm switch to silence ringtones. (I find it a mystery why other cellphones ignore this simple convenience.