Review: Treo 755p
May 23, 2007, 1:19 PM by Eric Lin
Our in-depth review of the Treo 755p, which updates the CDMA Palm OS device with modern styling.
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Palm OS users are loyal, possibly more loyal than Apple users. However, unlike Apple, it is not a growing platform. More people are not adopting the Palm OS every day like they are Windows Mobile, or Symbian or the Blackberry. The Treo 755p doesn't add any new features to attract new users to the Palm OS, nor does it give current users much of a reason to upgrade. However, the 755p it is a solid performer that addresses nearly every complaint we've heard from current Palm users.
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