Thursday, May 24, 2007

Rob Pegoraro - Palm's Dumber Smart Phone - washingtonpost.com

Quite a contrast to the Palm press of the past 

Not even three years ago, the Treo 650 smart phone looked revolutionary. But its latest successor, the Treo 755p Palm unveiled two weeks ago, feels more like a relic.

The Treo's basic concept -- uniting a cellphone, handheld organizer, miniaturized keyboard, touch-sensitive screen, Web and e-mail access and media playback in one device -- makes sense. But while competitors have advanced, Palm has been napping on the train tracks.

Source: Rob Pegoraro - Palm's Dumber Smart Phone - washingtonpost.com

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