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. I pull up traffic, weather, entertainment and watch TV when I'm bored and not...
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.
"A decent candybar keyboard phone with a useable screen."
Mark0 - Technologist, CNET
7 March 2012
Pros: One handed use - keyboard is always there at the ready, the size is small enough to fit any shirt pocket. The #1 BONUS this phone has is the TRANS-REFLECTIVE SCREEN! Yes boys and girls this phone can be easily used in bright sunlight.
Cons: The #1 drawback is WM6.1, the never quite ready for primetime mobile OS. I've had the phone for less than a week and have removed the battery 1/2 dozen times already. (to turn it off/soft reset) This device does not have a real power button.
Summary: Excelente performance, soy usuario de palm desde hace tiempo, y su sistema windows movil me permite seguir operando el Treo como mi antigua palm Tungsten E2 con el agregado del telefono y la conexion a internet. Uso mucho planillas excel y la mayoria de las aplicaciones de los smartfones mas modernos no me resultan de utilidad. En resumen el treo 850 es lo que buscaba y se ajusta a mis necesidades.
Summary: It's been great. No complaints. I know there are other, more feature-packed phones out there at this point, but the I really still needed something that interacts with Outlook on my desktop. Not interested in putting any of my contacts or calendar appioints on any "clouds" yet. If you're looking for the equivalent of an iPhone or something that offers a lot of media, this phone isn't for you. Its not for fun, it's more so for business.
Oldie and goodie with features new phones can't touch-road warrior approved
1 October 2011
Summary: If you are a Palm fan, or are just dragging your feet switching to windows/droid/etc, the palm 850w will help you get over the hump and do it with features the new kids wish THEY had. Most of the familiar Palm features are there: the PDA, Sync, even the icon navigation is all old school, even if the Windows naming conventions throw you a little.