Treo 700w Reviews

GCN has reviewed the Palm Treo 700w and write: “The Treo 700w comes with a 1.3-megapixel camera that, while not necessarily a business-like feature, can snap photos at 1,280 by 1,024 resolution, which is much higher than the screen can display. It also records fairly good video, with automatic light balancing that is accurate enough to move quickly from dark to bright viewing without significantly affecting visibility. PDA cameras do not normally impress us, but this one seems quite good.”

Treo Central have reviewed the Treo 700w: The Treo 700w is tough device for us to review. From what perspective should one look at it? Compare it to the 650? Compare it other Windows Mobile devices? Just focus on the pure usability aspects without using a specific reference?

We feel that the Treo 700w is a great machine. Sure, there are some things that needs improvement (more consistent 5-way support, less tapping to accomplish actions, threaded SMS… more on it later), but we have to remember that this is Palm’s first experience with Windows Mobile. As expected, the hardware being on the 6th generation is excellent; it is the software that needs some additional usability tweaking.

Mobile Burn have reviewed the Treo 700w, here’s a snippet: If you didn’t notice the subtle changes in the d-pad and keypad designs, the new Treo 700w could very easily be mistaken for the popular Treo 650 model. The Treo 700w’s buttons and controls are, in general, more square in shape. The are the same number of keys on the Treo 700w as on the older model, but their functions have been changed a bit to accommodate the Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system. More on that later, though.

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