Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Treo 700p Goes Back to Palm OS Roots

Treo 700p Goes Back to Palm OS Roots: "The Treo 700p marks a welcome return to Palm's handheld operating system and adds EvDO network support, allowing Palm OS fans to get broadband-like speeds on their smart phones.
In eWEEK Labs' tests of the previous Treo—the Windows Mobile-based 700w—we didn't find much that would tempt users away from the popular Treo 650. The Treo 700p, however, builds on the success of Palm's smart-phone technology with new features that will be sure to please mobile workers. For example, along with wireless broadband capabilities, the Treo 700p has 128MB of storage (60MB available for end-user storage) and a 1.3-megapixel camera and camcorder. "

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