Palm Treo 650 Smartphone

Palm Treo 650 Smartphone

My brain, my link to the world, professional and personal, my newspapers, magazine rack, latest book and bible

  • The Storm 2 has improved screen scrolling over the Storm. Zooming is simply done by double-tapping the screen or by touching the magnifying glass icons. And with 3G technology, Internet browsing is faster.

  • Great tracking device that acts as an excellent alternative to a traditional car alarm or motorbike alarm.

  • I'm a phone guy. This is the best Verizon has to offer right now, with the Droid coming a close 2nd. LIVE, BROADCAST TV - a big win here for me. It's also a fully functional Windows mobile 6.5 smartphone, with wi fi and 3g...oh... I'm a phone guy. This is the best Verizon has to offer right now, with the Droid coming a close 2nd. LIVE, BROADCAST TV - a big win here for me. It's also a fully functional Windows mobile 6.5 smartphone, with wi fi and 3g...oh and it's a world phone, meaning you can take it globe trotting with you. Did I forget FM Radio, youtube [ like for real, not canned ], support for flash sites [espn fantasy football anyone?] Automatically can tie into your facebook just like those motoblur commercials you see, verizon navigator, google maps, or bings new voice activated mobile search..all at your fingertips. Okay already, enough reading, go play with one.

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  • If you are going to the UK, Spain & many other destinations, look for a Lebara GSM card to put in your unlocked. You get free incoming calls and very cheap international long distance rates. Great product and service. I have us... If you are going to the UK, Spain & many other destinations, look for a Lebara GSM card to put in your unlocked. You get free incoming calls and very cheap international long distance rates. Great product and service. I have used it for 2 weeks in Spain and 1 week in London.

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  • Sure, we all eye the iPhone with envious eyes, but there's life yet in the BlackBerry brand. The new Tour (stupidest...choice...for a promotional...product name...tie-in...ever) boasts everything you've come to love and expect fro... Sure, we all eye the iPhone with envious eyes, but there's life yet in the BlackBerry brand. The new Tour (stupidest...choice...for a promotional...product name...tie-in...ever) boasts everything you've come to love and expect from your CrackBerry (ROCKS email, calenders, messaging) with extra features and a new, easier to use OS. Some highlights: -3.2 Megapixel Camera/Video Recorder WITH flash Real crisp images, nice flash, real fast. -Built in Quad-Band GSM for Global coverage Comes with a Verizon or Sprint SIM card, but you can use your own - New, polished, faster OS 4.7 (I think) is a big step up from my old Pearl. Smooth navigation, one button app switching for multi-tasking mojo, easier settings and memory management, simpler sound profiles, improved Messenger, faster browser with simple HTML view and one button Google/Wikipedia/Dictionary.com searching, built in BlackBerry App store.... -256 MB's Device Memory Yes, the iPhone has gigabytes, but apps take up 0.5-3 MB's, tops. PLENTY of space to have all my apps installed and to download and try out new ones. -Unlocked, stand-along GPS Freakin' finally! Google Maps finds me in no time at all, down to the meter. It also comes with a free 2 GB MicroSD card built in, and multiple outlet adaptors for your charger to fit your jet-set lifestyle. The screen is awesomely bright and clear, the keyboard is just the right mix of size, legibility and usefulness, and there's plenty of memory for downloading and trying out new apps. And now my friends, for the cons: -No WiFi. If you use it this is a glaring omission for a top of the line device, but otherwise, no big deal. -Screen Ripples. Pressing on the screen or hard on the buttons directly underneath it make a slight ripple effect on the display. It's minor and varies in sensitivity from handset to handset, but it is a bit of a defect. Everything is always legible and clear though. -Car Bluetooth Problems. Apparently the software has some bugs and people don't hear you so well if you try to use the phone with yrou car's bluetooth link. This is a pain but is expected to be fixed soon with a software update. -Stupid Micro USB charging port. Besides having to get a new car charger, it's placed awkwardly on the left bottom side. Just annoying to have to flip the phone around to plug it in sometimes... Other than some new release bugs, it's a great phone, and only $99 if you sign up for a new contract with Verizon (Who have the best coverage in NYC, IMHO and have pretty decent customer service). Great little multitasking, world conquering sidekick! P.S. FashionKitty, you're a traitor to the cause. P.P.S I actually like the name Tour, it was just stupid to try to associate it with Bono.

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  • Iridium is the big poppa of mobile communications. If you are the type that might find yourself in a sailing vessel in the Yucatan Channel and wanting to call back to the States, you've little options but a sat phone. The new 955... Iridium is the big poppa of mobile communications. If you are the type that might find yourself in a sailing vessel in the Yucatan Channel and wanting to call back to the States, you've little options but a sat phone. The new 9555 is 30% smaller than my old Iridium phone - just losing that old bulky antenna is enough of a reason to upgrade. Can you hear me now?

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  • The graphic goodness of an iPhone with the extreme productivity of a BlackBerry. Whether it is watching videos on the gorgeous screen or taming the hundreds of emails you get a day, this phone is great. The display is so clear... The graphic goodness of an iPhone with the extreme productivity of a BlackBerry. Whether it is watching videos on the gorgeous screen or taming the hundreds of emails you get a day, this phone is great. The display is so clear that I often find myself preferring to read my email on my Bold than on my PC. The web browser is significantly better than previous versions.

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  • ah mah gah. this is the tiniest cellphone ever. and it's stocked with features - TFT LCD Touchscreen, Heat sensitive buttons that glow, Handwriting recognition, Speech synthesis, Simple POP/IMAP e-mail support, MP3/MP4 Player, St... ah mah gah. this is the tiniest cellphone ever. and it's stocked with features - TFT LCD Touchscreen, Heat sensitive buttons that glow, Handwriting recognition, Speech synthesis, Simple POP/IMAP e-mail support, MP3/MP4 Player, Stereo Bluetooth Support, 1GB Storage, oh and a tri-band GSM cell phone.

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  • Best used when traveling out of the country

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  • Fantastic phone, easy to use for a new smartphone user.

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  • More like crackberry... you will be totally addicted to the connectivity. You need this!

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  • I'm sick of my treo crashing. The OpenMoko platoform is based on linux. I can't type fast enough on the iPhone's on-screen keyboard. The OpenMoko phone supports Bluetooth, so I assume it will accept input from a HID keyboard.... I'm sick of my treo crashing. The OpenMoko platoform is based on linux. I can't type fast enough on the iPhone's on-screen keyboard. The OpenMoko phone supports Bluetooth, so I assume it will accept input from a HID keyboard. I need a wi-fi mp3 player for the bedroom. Perhaps the music player the community is planning to build will work.

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  • It's an Iphone.. need I say more :)

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  • I need this one.. This is exactly what I need for my busy lifestyle.... Small,compact , efficient, and smooth.

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  • Of course this tub has loads of extra features, but did you know that it comes with two waterproof 42-inch dual HDTVs on a mobile control and a module via a built-in GSM ((which means that you could have the tub filled and the te... Of course this tub has loads of extra features, but did you know that it comes with two waterproof 42-inch dual HDTVs on a mobile control and a module via a built-in GSM ((which means that you could have the tub filled and the temperature set just by sending a test message to it?) The Red Diamond bathtub also features multicolor lighting, Swarosvki-encrusted champagne holders and it is built of 42 grams of 18 karat solid gold. Oh, and of course its made for two. The Red Diamond bathtub sells for $47,200. Can you say "BLING?"

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  • Onyx is new mobile phone manufacturer, and their first phone to begin shipping this year is the Liscio. The phone is designed to look sharp and sleek in your hands, (and maybe in your pants pocket with that monolithic shape). I... Onyx is new mobile phone manufacturer, and their first phone to begin shipping this year is the Liscio. The phone is designed to look sharp and sleek in your hands, (and maybe in your pants pocket with that monolithic shape). It comes with the features you expect from phones these days, 96x96 OLED screen, bluetooth 2.0, microSD storage, all that jazzy stuff.

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  • It's a linux phone that seems to have all the functionality of the treo. And they claim it will support Google Android. But it seems a little vaporous.

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  • Nokia is too professional and expensive for a student, but hey - it is pink with swirls and flowers. What more can I ask for?

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  • Open & hack-able, GPS, touchscreen, GSM, GPRS, soon with MicroSD and 802.11g - this is what the iPhone should have been. :)

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  • I was so excited back in 1996 when I got a watch that was an 8-character pager. I felt that the future was right around the corner. Well now here we are.

  • Hands down the best performing music phone on the market. But besides playing music well it handles all phone features with elegance. Most devices do one or the other well (and sometimes neither!).

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