Pros Nice Screen, Great features, Great PDA
Cons The Phone sucks. Lots of Buzzing, bad reception.
Summary Before you invest in this piece O Crap check out their website then enter "Buzzing" in their trouble shooting or other forums.
Nice PDA but not worth the money.
Pros the palm is excellent
Cons the phone is garbage
Summary How does the phone work? I wouldn't know because ALL of my calls drop after about 2 minutes. The wireless mode feature automatically turns itself off just whenever it feels like it; but usually when you're on the phone or sending a text message then you have to wait to use it for about three or four minutes.....then it turns back off and you're back into the vicious cycle. I called T-Mobile and they're like "uhhhh, just keep resetting it and we'll send you a new phone." Many of my calls just went directly to voicemail. If you have a trial period through your cell phone company, try your luck, but I'm on my 2nd phone in less than 7 days. Had I read this page first, I would not have purchased this phone and that would have been a wise choice.
Pros The convenience of having my email and phone in one piece of gear
Cons The buttons are too small and web surfing is all but useless
Summary This phone is terrific. Whatever downsides are greatly outweighed by its elegant merger of phone and email functionality. While the keyboard is small, the beveling on the buttons guides you. The camera is way too primitive to deliver any night shots and the web functionality is not something to count on unless it's for very simple data and even that takes a long time to call up. The only downside on phone and email is when someone on a call asks you to call up some email data.....but on balance, I'd rather have the two in one device. It's great.
Pros Email. Palm OS.
Cons If you like a loud buzzing to override all your conversations, then this phone is for you! I exchanged my first Palm with another, which, thankfully, does the same thing. Hey, gotta give them credit for consistency! A phone that is as big as a poptart,
Pros convenient; easy to operate
Cons 1-yr warranty not adequate, expensive
Summary About one month after my warranty expired, I got orange spots on my Treo 600. I visited the Sprint store on Preston Road in Plano, Texas and they said it was bad pixels and that it had been identified as a recurrent problem with the Treo 600 - but not a flaw. And since my warranty had expired and I did not have insurance, I was out of luck. Too bad for me. They said I could call Sprint and I might be able to get a $75 credit toward a new phone. My Treo still works, but the bad pixels cover part of the screen and seem to be worsening. Another issue is the battery. It is not holding a charge well after 15 months of use. You can replace the battery, but if you check the directions on how to do this, you will find that they are fraught with difficulties since the battery is built-in and not designed to be replaced. I know other people with Treos who have not had these problems, but they have owned theirs for less than a year. I liked my Treo very much up until now, but now I am not sure whether I will buy another or even recommend the Treo. I have read stories about people having to invoke their insurance and then getting refurbished Treo's as replacements that also end out having problems. It's troubling.