'Windows Mobile smart phone'
'recently announced Windows Mobile 6'
'Skype sounded awful, but hey, it always does, so I can't hold that against the Treo.'
'Windows Media player, though it looks like the desktop version, is sluggish and unresponsive at times.'
'runs the stale Palm OS 5.4.9.'
'Sound through the earpiece in a noisy location was a little wobbly, and transmissions were clear but a bit tinny.'
'biggest changes in the Treo 700p are also its most welcome ones: a faster processor (Intel's 312-Hz XScale) and more on-board memory'
'somewhat poor 240x240-pixel resolution'
'built-in Windows Media Player 10 syncs music and video'
'You can't select multiple messages (for deletion or transfer to other folders), and you can't choose whether to delete downloaded mail from the server.'
'small overall screen size'
'an on-screen keyboard; unfortunately, Palm's familiar handwriting-recognition software doesn't come installed.'
'Most phones use some form of predictive text which can be tedious and slow to say the least.'
'the 600's camera was basically useless for indoor photography, had no zoom, and couldn't capture video; the 650 works better indoors, has a 2x digital zoom, and can capture brief video clips.'
'The Palm-based smart phone is available for $249.99 after discounts and rebates.'
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