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Hadspring Treo 180: Damn good but noo more in prod
Apr 19, 2006 10:17 AM 1545 Views
(Updated Apr 19, 2006 10:18 AM)

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The Treo is somewhat smaller than many other PDAs (e.g., Palm III, Visor, RIM 957), and fits nicely in my hand. Here it is with some other PDA and wireless devices. It has a flip top that has a transparent opening through which you can see the display. A microphone is in the bottom left of the keyboard and an earphone/speaker is in the upper part of the flip top. On top of the unit there are two switches: A slide switch to control the sound, and a button to control PDA power, cell phone power, and backlight

Comments in nutshell:

A good phone cum PDA.

well on functionality point.

Well on PDA application.

Damn cheap in gray market.

Not available through proper channel as Palm has phased out this model.

Black and white screen.

No extra ringtone download option.

No service support.

Good mailing option with Outlook Express

No camera

Highly business executive's orientation.

Brand Value

Look cheap against the new Handspring models

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