Palm Treo 680 Video
With a user-friendly interface, decent performance, and an affordable price point, the Palm Treo 680 is a good smart phone for the first-time buyer or for mobile users looking to be more productive on the road; we just wish it had a better camera and Wi-F
By adding EV-DO support, DUN capabilities and multimedia features, Palm has produced an appealing and promising smart phone. CNET's Bonnie Cha looks at the new Palm Treo 700p.
CNET's Brian Cooley takes a look at the new Treo 600--the first PDA-cell phone combo device built on the Palm 5 operating system.
Once longtime rivals, Microsoft and Palm have announced a Windows Mobile-based Treo smart phone, and we got a look. Check it out.
The Palm Treo 700wx brings some needed improvements to the Windows Mobile smart phone, such as more memory, but it's still far from perfect.
The Palm Treo 750 includes some nice enhancements and offers good usability, but you can get more for your money from other smart phones.
The Palm Treo 755p is a smart phone that offers a nice combination of enhancements and solid performance to make it an attractive upgrade, though it's not a major overhaul.
At CES 2006 in Las Vegas, Palm and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates touted the Treo 700w, which comes with Windows. CNET's Molly Wood gives it a first look. \r\n
At the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show in Los Angeles, CNET gets its hands on Palm's new Treo 750v, which looks a lot like the Treo 700w. Bonnie Cha takes a First Look.\r\n\r\n
Though it has its shortcomings, the PalmOne Treo 650 offers solid performance and adds some key features to maintain its reign as smart-phone leader.