Archive for November, 2008

h1

Qool Planet Opening Specials at Digital World, Puchong IOI Mall

November 28, 2008

Edited 9th Dec 08: This promotion is over. Thanks to all who supported this event. The HTC P3400i sales was overwhelming to say the least and there is no more stock anymore. Stay tuned to this weblog for future promotions! 

——-

Edited 3rd Dec 08: This promotion is extended till 7th of December 2008 due to popular request!

——-

There will be a 3 days (28th November to 30th November) special promotion for the opening of Qool Planet at Digital World, Puchong IOI Mall. Qool Planet at IOI Mall is managed by Fresh Gear Sdn. Bhd. and will be bring the people at Puchong area a whole new shopping experience in PDA and Apple Mac products. 

The cheapest PDA Phone in Malaysia!

HTC P3400i is going for only RM699 (Cash and Carry). Stocks are extremely limited with only 20units a day or while stocks last.

HTC Tytn II – RM2,099 (Usual Price is RM2,399) with FREE bluetooth headset

HTC Touch Diamond- RM2,599 (Usual Price is RM2,799) with FREE Extended battery

HTC S740 – RM1,799 (Usual Price is RM1,999) with FREE Jabra Bluetooth headset

HTC Touch P3452 – RM1,399 (Usual Price is RM1,499) with FREE battery

HTC Touch 3G – RM1,999 with FREE battery and 2GB memory card

HTC Touch Viva – RM1,299 with FREE Speaker

HTC Touch Pro – RM3,099 with FREE Speaker

 

For any enquiries, please contact Kelvin at +6012-3332302 / +6018-3813901

Qool Planet Opening Specials

Qool Planet Opening Specials (Click to enlarge)

Facebook

Advertisements
h1

Roadshow: Sunway Pyramid Apple iPod Roadshow (now till 25th Dec’08)

November 27, 2008

Its the time of the year again! We are having a month long Christmas roadshow at the new wing of Sunway Pyramid Roadshow (Near Jusco Lower Ground Entrance). 

For this Christmas celebration, we are bundling either a Silicone Case from Macmosphere or Screen Protector AND a Easter Egg Speaker system for every Apple iPod Nano 4GB (Any Color). 

For our loyal readers and customers online, you can get this great promotion too when you purchase via our online store.

 

 

Sunway Roadshow Apple iPod Flyers

Sunway Roadshow Apple iPod Flyers

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!

Facebook

h1

Sneak Preview: HTC Touch HD (T8282)

November 25, 2008

htc_logo

Added 4th December 2008: View the follow up review of the HTC Touch HD (commercial unit) here.

——————-

It is better to be late than never… The “sneak” preview of much awaited HTC Touch HD (T8282). 

Our local distributor loaned us a unit of the HTC Touch HD unit for couple of days for review. The unit is an engineering set, meaning what you see in this sneak preview might not be the final output in the commercial unit. The software that you see on it might not be final too.

First Impression

HTC Touch HD

HTC Touch HD

The thin bezel on the side makes the screen looks really big and nice. The whole front panel is flat except for the headset speaker therefore minimizing dust built-up. Built quality feels very solid and tough too.

HTC Touch HD front camera

HTC Touch HD front camera

HTC Touch HD - Buttons

HTC Touch HD - Buttons

Behind the HTC Touch HD sits the 5.0 MP camera and a matte finish battery cover. 

HTC Touch HD - Back view

HTC Touch HD - Back view

The 5.0 MP auto-focus camera is slightly protruding from the overall flat surface.

Closeup shot of the 5.0MP Auto-focus camera

Closeup shot of the 5.0MP Auto-focus camera

On the top is the 3.5mm audio jack which is a very good news for those who owns good headphones. Those with large fingers or short nails will find it hard to press the small and narrow power button.

HTC Touch HD - Headphone + Power

HTC Touch HD - Headphone + Power

HTC Touch HD USB Connector

HTC Touch HD USB Connector

Just like HTC Touch Diamond and Touch Pro, the screen turns on when you pull out the magnetic stylus.

HTC Touch HD - Up/Down button

HTC Touch HD - Up/Down button

HTC Touch HD - SIM and Memory Slot

HTC Touch HD - SIM and Memory Slot

Turning it on

The WVGA 800X480 screen resolution on the Touch HD is just simply amazing! All the words are sharp and crisp and picture viewing is just gorgeous. 

HTC Touch HD main screen

HTC Touch HD main screen

When surfing the internet, you can make the font size the smallest and yet you can still see the alphabets clearly. This is the advantage of a Hi-res screen! Try this on a conventional QVGA screen and you will be struggling to see the words.

HTC Touch HD Program screen

HTC Touch HD Program screen

Software wise, there isn’t much difference in the HTC Touch HD except for an additional software call “ICR” for In Call Recording function and Google Maps.

HTC Touch HD Program Screen

HTC Touch HD Program Screen

As mentioned earlier, this unit is still an engineering set there therefore software found in this current device is NOT final. Potentially there should be more software. If you take a look at the official image below found from HTC.com, you will see the “Stock/Share update” icon. This is however, not found on this particular unit.

Look closely at the Share/Stock icon

Look closely at the "Share/Stock" icon beside the "Camera" icon

htc-touch-hd-screen-settings htc-touch-hd-screen-setting-2 htc-touch-hd-screen-setting-3 htc-touch-hd-screen-settings-1

Conclusion

I cannot really conclude much on the software part of it as this unit is still not the commercial unit. The device hangs everytime i tried viewing multiple pictures. The camera also refuses to Zoom in / Out in this current firmware. 

I also cannot confirm the talk time/standby time as the battery in this unit is also an engineering unit. (Yes, the battery is in “beta” phase.)

Pros:

  • WVGA 800 X 480 Screen
  • Nice design and built quality
  • 5.0MP Auto focus camera
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • Fast processor and large memory

Cons:

  • a bit on the heavier side
  • should have more value added software

This baby will be available in the market by early next week at RM3,399. 

You can book your unit now at Fresh Gear by sending us an email at sales@freshgear.com.my

p/s: I will do another review on the HTC Touch HD again once I get my hands on the commercial unit.

Subscribe to Fresh Gear Weblog by Email

Facebook

h1

Review: T-Mobile G1 ‘Google Phone’

November 14, 2008

google android logo

Available Date: Late September 2008

Launch Price: -Not available officially in Malaysia-

Fresh Gear rating: 8.5/10

Specifications

  • Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 Mhz
  • 192 MB RAM, 256 MB ROM (MicroSD Slot)
  • Android OS
  • Quad-band GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 (HSDPA)
  • 117 x 55.7 x 17.1 mm (158g)
  • 65K colors, 320 x 480 pixels, 3.2 inches
  • Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
  • Trackball
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g & Bluetooth Ver2.0
  • GPS
  • Camera: 3.15MP Autofocus camera
  • Battery Capacity: 1150 mAh
  • Standby time: 406hours
  • Talk Time: 5hours 20mins

Un-Boxing the G1 Phone

G1 Box

G1 Box

g1-box-back1 g1-box-side1 g1-box-open1

The pakaging looks like any other regular phone pakaging except for the cut-out “G1” at the front.

Contents of G1

Contents of G1

Inside the box comes an AC Charge, USB Cable, Pouch, Handsfree Kit and some manuals.

First Impression – The Look and Feel

Keyboard

G1 Keyboard

Styling wise, the G1 does not really score better than Apple iPhone. It lacks the “coolness” and simplicity of an iPhone. 

Keyboard Closeup

G1 Keyboard close up

The keys are a little too flat to type on and provides very little tactile feedback. The little ledge near the letter “Q” is to remove the battery cover. 

Memory slot

G1 memory card slot

The memory card slot located near the “CALL” button is properly disguised. I might not have spotted it if it wasn’t for the instruction manual.

Buttons

G1 - 5 simple buttons with a track-ball at the centre of the phone.

Missing a secondary video camera

G1 - Missing a secondary video camera

Mini USB charger slot. Nicely concealed when not in used.

G1 - Mini USB charger slot. Nicely concealed when not in used.

No buttons on the top part of the phone.

G1 - No buttons on the top part of the phone.

The signature "bent" of the G1

G1 - The signature 'bent' of G1 and the Camera button

Up Down button and 'HTC' Logo

G1 - Up Down button and HTC Logo

3.2MP camera and speaker located behind the G1

G1 - 3.2MP camera and speaker located behind the G1

Battery cover removed. No RESET button.

G1 - Battery cover removed. No RESET button.

When G1 is connected to A/C charger

G1 - When G1 is connected to A/C charger

Using the G1 Phone – Screen Shots

When starting G1 for the first time, you will be prompted for a Gmail account. If you don’t have an account, you are op to create one on the go. Basically, G1 does not really work without a Gmail account. You also need a Gmail account to access the “Market” to download application.

Upon keying in your Gmail account and password, all your contacts, calendars and emails will be automatically sync with your G1. Process is straight forward and simple unlike setting up a Microsoft Exchange Server details. 

G1 main screen

G1 main screen (centre)

The main screen spots a analog clock and 4 basic icons; Dialer, Contacts, Browser and Maps. I added the Messaging icon for quicker access to SMS and Email.

On the top is a mini notification bar which have snippets of new SMS, miss call notification and tells you other info like time, battery and signal indicator. When 3G is in active transmission, the arrow below the “3G” will flash accordingly. Good indicator to know if you are transmitting signal or just an idle connection.

Notification curtain

G1 notification curtain

If you want to see the full notification, you can tap and pull the notification bar down to reveal everything. This is an extremely cleaver design which save precious main desktop screen space.

Main screen (right)

G1 main screen (right)

There are 3 parts to the main screen area; centre, left and right. You can flick your screen left and right (just like Apple iPhone/Touch). The right screen is just a Google search bar where you can quickly do a search without first opening your browser.

Main screen (Left)

G1 main screen (Left)

Originally a blank screen, I have basically added all the games application on to the left main screen. (Some of which are very addictive!)

Application screen

G1 application screen

Tap and drag the little tab at the bottom of the screen will reveal all the full application on the G1. What you see now here are not the original softwares found in G1. Many are downloaded using the “Market” icon.

G1 Android Market

G1 Android Market

From here is where you will get to download and install additional application to enhance your experience with the G1. Do note that a valid Gmail account is required to access the Android market place. Most of the application found here are free and result of the open source practice by Google OS “Android”.

G1 - Android Market Place

G1 - Android Market

Softwares are all sorted according to their category which makes searching hassle free.

G1 - Android Market

G1 - Android Market

G1 - Web Browser

G1 - Web Browser

The web browser found in G1 is just called the “Browser”. However, we suspect it is actually Google’s latest Chrome browser, or Mini Chrome or Chrome Lite… It supports multiple tab browsing and works with most online banking site like Maybank, CIMB and Public Bank.

G1 - Web Browser

G1 - Web Browser

G1 - Web Browser

G1 - Web Browser

What I miss most is the “pinching” function of Apple iPhone. To resize the website on G1, you need to press on the “+” and “-” sign on screen. Then again, multi-touch is a patented technology of Apple. 

G1 - Web Browser

G1 - Web Browser (Settings)

The Browser also lacks the support of “Auto-Rotate” when held the G1 in a landscape position. To rotate, you will have to open up the keyboard! Why not built that in when G1 has accelerometer built in?

G1 - Calendar (Month)

G1 - Calendar (Month)

Calendar screen is pretty standard looking. There is no “invite” function like the online version.

G1 - Calendar (Day)

G1 - Calendar (Day)

To crate a new event, tab and hold until a new message pop up.

G1 - Call Log

G1 - Call Log

G1 - Contacts screen

G1 - Contacts screen

G1 - On screen dialer

G1 - On screen dialer

G1 - IM Chat

G1 - IM Chat

You can configure GTalk, AIM, Windows Messenger and Yahoo Messenger on G1. 

G1 - Email screen

G1 - Email screen

G1 - Map

G1 - Map

You can set the Map in Satellite mode, Traffic Mode or Street View mode. Unfortunately, Street view mode is not available in Malaysia. You can set the destination and you can see the route to the destination from where you are currently. But there is no turn by turn voice navigation on the G1 like most GPS devices in the market.

G1 - SMS

G1 - SMS

Just like Windows Mobile 6.1, Apple iPhone, SMS is threaded for each viewing and referencing. 

G1 - YouTube

G1 - YouTube

G1 - Setting Screen

G1 - Setting Screen

g1-screen-setting-2 g1-screen-setting-3 g1-screen-setting-4

g1-screen-setting-5 g1-screen-setting-7 g1-screen-setting-8

g1-screen-setting-9 g1-screen-setting-10 g1-screen-setting-11

g1-screen-setting-12 g1-screen-setting-13 g1-screen-setting-14

g1-screen-setting-15 g1-screen-setting-16 

G1 - Unlock pattern

G1 - Unlock pattern

With G1, you can set your own unlock pattern as oppose to usual PIN number.

Sample Camera Pictures

Color is quite accurate on the pictures taken using G1. Auto-focus function is great with macro shots possible. However, there isn’t any send file via bluetooth option. So, the only way is to save into memory card and transfer using a card reader.

G1 - Sample Pictures

G1 - Sample Pictures

G1 - Sample Pictures

G1 - Sample Pictures

G1 - Sample Pictures

G1 - Sample Pictures

Conclusion

Pros:

  • Built quality is good
  • Integrate with Google product is painless and easy
  • Same touch screen technology as iPhone (as opposed to normal pressure sensitive screens)
  • Download and install software OTA (Over The Air) is simple and FREE (Network data charges applies)
  • Camera is auto focus enabled
  • Does not support Microsoft Exchange/Black Berry syncronization

Cons:

  • Does not show which network you are on
  • Does not use built-in accelerometer in most applications. E.g. website, pictures, main screen.
  • Pressing on battery does not give a precise battery indicator
  • Do not have turn-by-turn voice navigation on the GPS Map
  • Does not support bluetooth file transfer

 

Want to try out the Android OS before buying? Click here

Facebook

h1

Review: HTC Touch 3G (T3232)

November 10, 2008

htc_logo

Available Date: Early November 2008

Launch Price: RM1,999

Fresh Gear rating: 8/10

Specification:

  • Qualcomm® MSM7225™, 528 MHz
  • ROM: 256MB   RAM: 192MB (MicroSD Slot)
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 
  • 102 mm X 53.6 mm X 14.5 mm (96g with battery)
  • 2.8-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen with QVGA resolution
  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE with HSDPA
  • GPS and A-GPS ready
  • Bluetooth® 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate and A2DP
  • WiFi
  • 3.2 megapixel color camera with fixed focus
  • Battery Capacity: 1100 mAh
  • Talk Time: 400mins
  • Standby Time: 365hours

Year end is always a busy month for most electronic manufacturing companies. HTC is currently launching one model after another. Last month saw the launching of HTC S740 and barely few weeks after that the HTC Viva. Now, we have the HTC Touch 3G and soon we will be having HTC Touch HD!

Un-boxing the HTC Touch 3G

All HTC products now comes with slightly smaller packaging. Good move to save space, cost, money and environment!

HTC Touch 3G Box

HTC Touch 3G Box

HTC Touch 3G Contents

HTC Touch 3G Contents

The content is pretty standard with a earpiece, screen protector, AC Adapter, USB cable, CDs and some manuals. You will have to fork out extra for a GPS car holder to make use of the built-in GPS functions.

Handsfree Headset

Handsfree Headset

The bundled 2 piece headset with volume control provides decent sound quality. 

First Impression

HTC Touch 3G Front

HTC Touch 3G Front

The HTC Touch 3G comes with matte (rubber) surface. This is good as it does not requires constant wiping after use and also provides good grip.

HTC Touch 3G button

HTC Touch 3G button

Much like the HTC Viva, there are only a “Hang Up”, “Call” and a “D” pad controller button. Clean lines, simple button and curves at the correct corners makes this PDA looking very elegant.

HTC Touch 3G Back

HTC Touch 3G Back

The speaker is located at the back of the phone. This might be a problem for most PDA as music/ringtone might get muffled when using a casing. 

HTC Touch 3G Back

HTC Touch 3G Back

With the back cover off, you get access to the SIM card slot, battery slot, memory card slot, reset button and a lanyard knot area.

HTC Touch 3G Camera

HTC Touch 3G Camera

The simcard slot requires a stylus to push the simcard out from the top.

HTC Touch 3G Top

HTC Touch 3G Top

The ON/OFF button is located on the top, the left side is UP/DOWN toggle and bottom is the USB connector. 

Using the HTC Touch 3G

The most common question asked is; What is the major difference between HTC Touch and HTC Touch 3G besides the 3G?

1. Windows Mobile 6.1

Windows Mobile 6.1

Windows Mobile 6.1

HTC Touch 3G is pre-loaded with the latest Windows Mobile 6.1. The difference between version 6.0 and 6.1 can be found here.

2. GPS (Global Positioning System)

You can install mapping softwares like Garmin or MapKing to have turn by turn navigation on HTC Touch 3G. 

3. Processor and Memory

HTC Touch 3G is twice faster and with slightly larger RAM size too. 

HTC Touch 3G Specification

HTC Touch 3G Specification

4. Slightly thinner, lighter but longer and thicker

HTC Touch P3452 is 99.9mm (L) X 58mm (W) X 13.9mm (T) (112g with battery)

HTC Touch 3G is 102mm (L) X 53.6mm (W) X 14.5mm (T) (96g with battery)

5. 3.2MP versus 2.0MP 

HTC Touch 3G got an upgrade in the camera department to 3.2MP camera. See below for sample of pictures taken using HTC Touch 3G.

6. Quad-band versus Tri-band

HTC Touch 3G is HSDPA (3.5G) with quad-band capabilities. 

7. Longer talk time and standby time

Although both spots the same battery capacity, HTC Touch 3G has a 100 minutes longer talk time and 165 hours more of standby time. How HTC achieves this baffles me as HTC Touch 3G is twice faster and both runs on same capacity battery. Maybe this is because Qualcomm produces more energy efficient processor that Texas Instrument. 

Size Comparison

To give you an idea the size of the HTC Touch 3G, here are some pictures taken with HTC Touch Pro.

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

HTC Touch 3G with HTC Touch Pro

Sample Camera Shots

Shots from the 3.2MP camera is considered normal without auto-focus. Works well under sunlight but suffers under low light condition.

Sample Picture taking using HTC Touch 3G

Sample Picture taking using HTC Touch 3G

Sample Picture taking using HTC Touch 3G

Sample Picture taking using HTC Touch 3G

Sample Picture taking using HTC Touch 3G

Sample Picture taking using HTC Touch 3G

Conclusion

Pros:

  • Quick and responsive
  • Light weight
  • Long talk time and standby time

Cons:

  • Lack of 3G Video Camera
  • Lack of Auto-focus function

 

Available at Fresh Gear Online Store. All major credit cards and Paypal accepted.

Facebook

h1

Upcoming: Asus P565 (Galaxy Mini 5)

November 5, 2008

asus_logo

Asus will be launching a new PDA very soon. The specification is rather interesting with a 800mHz processor! This might not be something new as news of this PDA was first leaked in the Internet sometime around September.

 

 

Asus P565 (Galaxy Mini 5)

Asus P565 (Galaxy Mini 5)

 

 

 

Many great Asus PDA actually didn’t make it to Malaysia. We have seen quite a few and some are quite impressive. Nevertheless, this particular one caught our attention. According to reliable sources, this should be in our shore by early December.

Specifications:

 

  • Network: HSDPA 3.6Mbps, UMTS 2100 EDGE/GPRS/GSM 900/1800/1900, Class 10
  • OS: Microsoft Windows® Mobile™ 6.1 Professional 
  • CPU: Marvel TavorP 800MHz
  • Memory: 256 MB Flash + 128 MB SDRAM
  • Connectivity: WLAN 802.11b+g, USB v1.1(FS), Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
  • GPS: SiRF Star III with InstantFix
  • Screen: 2.8“, VGA 480 x 640, 65K, TFT
  • Camera: 3 Mega-Pixel, Auto Focus
  • Battery: 1300mAh Lithium 
  • Dimension: 102 x 60.5 x 16 mm (120g with battery)
  • Standby: 150-200 hours
  • Talktime: 3G: 3.5 hours / 2G: 5 hours
  • Expansion Slot: Micro-SD (support SDHC

 

Key Selling Point:

  • Fastest PDA in the world (800Mhz)
  • VGA Screen
  • Built-in GPS

Keep posted on the full review once we receive the commercial unit.

Facebook

h1

Review: Palm Treo Pro

November 4, 2008

Palm Logo

Available Date: End October 2008

Launch Price: RM2,199

Fresh Gear rating: 8/10

Specifications:

  • 400MHz Qualcomm MSM7201
  • 114 x 60 x 13.5mm (133g with battery)
  • ROM: 256MB RAM:128MB (MicroSD Slot)
  • 320×320 pixel; 65k-color; transflective back-lit touchscreen
  • Quad-band, WiFi, Bluetooth and A-GPS.

Un-boxing the Palm Treo Pro

The Palm Treo Pro comes with a rather interesting retail packing. First of all, the retail box is small and with a “cut” at an angle at the bottom making it slanted while standing. This also makes it stand out from other display in the shop.

img_1997 img_1998

Open up the cover reveals the Palm Treo Pro (very much like Apple iPhone packaging). Inside the box shows the accessories neatly packed (divided by recycled cardboard).

img_2000 img_2001

Inside the box comprises the following accessories.

  • Wired headset
  • USB AC with 3 different adapters
  • Sync Cable
  • 2GB Memory card
  • 1500 mAh Battery
  • Manuals

There is no CD, pouch or extra stylus inside the packaging.

Package Content

Package Content

USB AC Adapter

USB AC Adapter

Treo Pro Battery

Treo Pro Battery

First Impression

When we first saw the Palm Treo Pro, we were very impressed with the design. It is currently the thinnest Palm Treo series with so much features built-in. The design of the phone is modern with curve at the right places. Glossy Obsidian black gives it a classy feel but it is very prone to finger print and scratches.

Palm Treo Pro

Palm Treo Pro

Back Cover

Back Cover

Screen comes flat without edge is a great design as it minimizes dust built-up. Just like previous Treo series, there are many useful buttons on the PDA. E.g. 5 Way Navigator button, Windows button, OK button, Calendar & Email/SMS button, Call and Hang-up button.

Treo Pro Keyboard

Treo Pro Keyboard

On the top of the phones is the ON/OFF button, Silent/Mute Slider button.

ON/OFF and Mute Button

ON/OFF and Mute Button

Not many PDA nowadays comes with IR (Infra Red) transmission. Located on the right side is the Wireless button with the IR port.

IR Port and Wireless Button

IR Port and Wireless Button

On the left side sits the UP/Down button and Camera button. You can also change the button mapping.

Up/Down and Camera Button

Up/Down and Camera Button

At the bottom is the headphone jack and also the sync cable jack. Do note the sync cable on the Treo Pro is different from other Palm Treo series.

Audio Jack and Sync Cable connector

Audio Jack and Sync Cable connector

Inside Palm Treo Pro

Inside Palm Treo Pro

Using the Palm Treo Pro

Some of the key difference Palm did to this PDA is the main screen google search button, screen saver with time/miss call notification and also the auto key lock function.

Palm Treo Pro main screen

Palm Treo Pro main screen

Since this device is manufactured by HTC, Palm have also license some useful software/utilities and included them into the Palm Treo Pro.

  1. HTC Task Manager
  2. HTC Communication Manager
  3. HTC Camera Software
HTC Communication Manager

HTC Communication Manager

Since Palm Treo Pro does not comes with CD, it comes pre-loaded with the required Windows Active Sync desktop software in the device itself. The first time you connect it to your computer it will run and install automatically.

Size Comparison

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Palm Treo Pro & HTC Touch Pro

Camera Shots

Picture taken using Palm Treo Pro

Picture taken using Palm Treo Pro

Picture taken using Palm Treo Pro

Picture taken using Palm Treo Pro

Picture taken using Palm Treo Pro

Picture taken using Palm Treo Pro

Conclusion

Pros

  • Nice modern and sleek design
  • High capacity battery
  • Palm customized software (E.g. quick search, screen saver and auto key-lock
  • QWERTY keyboard

Cons

  • Pricey compared to Samsung i780
  • Some software might not run properly on a 320X320 screen
  • No 3G video call camera
  • No VGA Screen
  • Finger print magnet, constant wiping needed.

Subscribe to Fresh Gear Weblog by Email

Facebook