‘When Palm Inc. takes a big swing, it usually connects. I can’t remember the last time the company whiffed.
Their latest out-of-the-park achievement, available now, is the Treo 680, a mobile phone that seems to defy gravity, if not expectations. Gone is the nubby antenna; instead, there’s a smooth shape and no “handle,” as some users call it.
Memory available to users is double: 64 megabytes versus 32 MB for the Treo 650. Battery life seems longer, and you can, with the appropriate data plan from your carrier, use this as a wireless Bluetooth modem for your computer.
This is a GSM/GPRS phone, which means it can be used overseas, subject to your carrier’s plans or the purchase of an appropriate “SIM” card for your phone from another carrier. ‘
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