“For $100, I feel that you cannot go wrong with this phone. Being able to web browse (at a decent speed), email, take pictures, etc. is easy and generally fast. While a couple of basic functions are missing (or at least I have not been able to figure out) like having to enter my password for voicemail (rather than programming it once) or an easy alarm clock function, these are relatively minor...” --tem16
“I upgraded to a Treo because I was due for something new, and because this Treo syncs with goodlink allowing me to access my work email. I really like having this phone. I was worried that it would be too bulky to carry around, but the size hasn't been a problem at all. I would probably prefer a newer model without the antenna, but they weren't available when I got this phone. ...” --chumkey
“This phone is good for people on the go because it can be used with one hand without having to flip open a keyboard etc. Battery life was very good for a PDA/Phone and it comes with all the standard windows mobile features. I had major problems with keeping a bluetooth headset connected to it. random disconnects were the norm so it was fun guessing how to answer the phone. The giant sync...” --hokiebates
“When I got the 650 Treo it was the newest model they had at the time. I got a sweet rebate from Verizon and I think I only ended up paying like $150 after the rebate. The best thing about this phone has been its durability.... I have dropped it, lost it in my bag, left it in hot steamy car-heat, got it wet, and even brought it skiing in rigid cole weather and bad falls, it always pulls through...” --AlexandraF
“I love this phone. It is easy to use and the text messages come up as a chat like in aim so that you can follow the conversation you are having with someone. It also has internet and other cool applications like a calendar and games. The only bad aspect to this phone is if you don't lock it and you leave it in a bag or pocket then it will call or message people. But overall, a great phone.” --ashley05
“This thing certainly wasn't perfect, but at the time it was what was available to me and I got crazy addicted to it. It's pretty bulky and expensive and crashed periodically, but the internet access wasn't terrible and I loved having email and a full QWERTY keyboard on the go. ” --Deej
The Treo Pro includes a 3.5 mm headphone jack, microSDHC support and tri-band WCDMA that is compatible with 3G networks around the world.
The Treo 755p is a latest business oriented Palm OS Treo smartphone from Palm. The 755p is very similar to the 700p, except it comes in an antenna-less 680/750 form-factor.
Known internally at Palm as the Zeppelin. Specs include Windows Mobile 6.1, EV-DO Rev. A, GPS, a 320 x 320 touchscreen (still novel by classic WinMo standards) and a typical Treo look and feel.