After an entire decade of producing some of the best smartphones used by millions of business people everyday, there is a certain level of guarantee that Palm’s latest Treo 750 will provide users with the smartest mobile applications on the market. The Treo 750 has been sprinkled with all the latest technology, making calls, emailing, messaging, and surfing the web ultimately pleasurable and hassle-free. As soon as you start up the Treo 750 you’ll be given the option of a quick tour this will provide a perfect insight to what’s on offer.
The Treo smartphone on Windows Mobile 5.0 provides mobile workers with productivity and multimedia experiences while away from their PCs. It provides people with fast access to information, ease of use and simplicity on their mobile device, including Today Screen enhancements, which offer the ability to "dial by name" with a few keystrokes on the keyboard, perform a web search directly from the Today Screen and perform one-touch dialling with personalized photo speed dials; ability to manage a call directly from the Today Screen and stay on top of voicemail with on-screen, VCR-like icons, such as rewind, delete and fast-forward controls for easy navigation.
For hands-free options in the car, the Treo 750 has an integrated car-kit with optional connectivity. When on the move, the Treo 750 can act as a high speed modem for your laptop. By simply connecting the included USB sync cable, or using Bluetooth, you can connect to the internet via the device. Minimum requirements for compatibility are Windows XP or 2000, and of course, a USB port. All the normal quirky, but important features remain, including an alarm clock, calculator, and the addictive and time-consuming Solitaire.
Palm claim the removable rechargeable battery will provide 4.5 hours talk-time, and 240 hours stand-by time. In the box, Palm has provided a multi-functional software disc, the Treo 750 Smartphone with a 1200 mAh removable rechargeable battery, travel charger, USB sync cable, stereo headset, and a user guide.