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About this product
- Family LinePalm Treo
- Storage Capacity62MB
- Network TechnologyCDMA
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserNo
Most relevant reviews
- shelyakinMar 01, 2011by
Good and Durable. But little bit old.
The good: The Palm Treo 700wx offers more available memory than Verizon's version, the 700w. The Windows Mobile smart phone also has integrated Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel camera, and EV-DO support. The bad: The Palm Treo 700wx lacks integrated Wi-Fi and retains the low-resolution 240x240-pixel display. The bottom line: The Palm Treo 700wx brings some needed improvements to the Windows Mobile smart phone, such as more memory, but it's still far from perfect. Review: We're not sure if you've heard, but Sprint is getting its own version of the Palm Treo 700w. OK, we say this with a bit of sarcasm as the specs, the images, heck, even the user manual were leaked all over the Web. But now we can say officially that the Palm Treo 700wx for Sprint is here. The Windows Mobile-based Treo offers a couple of advantages over its Verizon variant, among them increased memory and thus improved performance. In addition, it comes with push e-mail capabilities right out of the box, and you can use it as Read more: http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/palm-treo-700wx-black/4505-6452_7-32058773.html#ixzz1FPoVFBuF Read full review
- 6884191@deletedSep 10, 2010by
Palm Treo 700wx: An iPhone before iPhones existed!
Having traversed my way through myriad new phones only to find them all cheaply made, overpriced and having a lifespan of about 6 months, I decided to go "old school" and go back to the Treo I owned some 2 years ago. It is a solid device that can withstand the daily rigors of my travels. It syncs directly with my Windows PC (Outlook, Media, etc.), has Blue Tooth AND IR,and it offers a full sized SD card slot. And it just feels like a phone, not a toy. It uses the Windows Mobile OS, a touch/tap screen and at it's inception, was years ahead of the Mac alternative (iPods/iPhones). It resembles the Pocket PC's that I have used (and still do) and presents a familiar & easy to use interface. Battery life is excellent and changing batteries (I always travel with a spare) is effortless. Having this device may seem too old school for some- those slaves to the latest and "greatest", but if you are looking for a phone that is more like a very small laptop, I highly recommend this one. The only dislike that I can register is that it uses Internet Explorer for it's browser, which sometimes renders web pages full sized and therefore hard to read, but enough of the sites that I visit have Mobile or Phone rendered pages and this more than makes up for it. Read full review
- 931164694@delet...Jan 06, 2012by
Great price, perfect size, more then just a phone, & amazing clear picture.
Brand new in box, never used. Amazing price. I love it. It does everything & more then a avaerage cell phone. The picture quality is amazing. Its a perfect size phone. Touch screen, fast internet, easy to follow text messages. built in flash on camera, and video records. easy to send pictures or videos instantly. love it.
- blumon32Feb 08, 2011by
Palm Treo 700wx--Not Worth The Money
I bought this phone as a replacement for my Blackberry Curve that I absolutely loved. I damaged the Curve by slamming it in the car door and wasn't eligable for an upgrade so I needed an inexpensive smartphone. The Palm was okay for the money ($30) that I paid. The screen, although a bit small, was nice and colorful but the touchscreen was too sensitive. Whenever I placed a call, my cheek would hit the screen and pull up another screen and I wouldn't be able to use the keyboard until I cleared the screen. Once I realized that was what was happening, I was able to clear the screen quickly. According to the instructions, I was able to make the touchscreen less sensitive but it was only on a per call basis and I decided it wasn't worth trying to remember the combination of keystrokes that made it less sensitive. Another problem was the charger, which is just too fragile. Right after I got it, the original charger broke and I decide that it would be easier to purchase another one on Ebay rather than contact the company that sold the phone to me. The second charger seemed to have a short in it because I had to fight with it and constantly re-adjust it to get it to charge. I thought that, because the charger was only 2 dollars, it was probably just cheap, so I bought another one that was more expensive but it had the same problem. I have finally come to the conclusion that it is a problem with the phone. Now I am looking for another phone to buy to replace this one. Read full review
- reednpr45Nov 29, 2010by
Palm Treo 700
My android phone recently had to go back to samsung for warranty work and i needed a phone because I never buy insurance for them. So I thought I got a pretty good deal on the palm treo 700 on ebay. I know its outdated, but they work. It has a really loud ringer on wich is great for me but the windows on a phone? lets say there easier technology to operate now a days. But in the long run, I just keep taking this treo back to my cell phone provider and have them activate it every time my (android) screen loses sensitivty or a speaker goes out or my phone starts deleting all my files and photos for no apperant reason and the treo just keeps on chuggin...