WORK. LIFE. PERFECTLY BALANCED.

Palm Treo ProThe unlocked GSM Treo Pro smartphone by Palm is thoughtfully designed for people who define their workday the way they see fit.

Some meetings take place in boardrooms. Others happen in parks or cafés. That’s why there’s the new Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm, thoughtfully designed for people who define their workday the way they see fit. You can respond to business and personal email, stay on top of appointments and contacts, and use Wi-Fi or GPS when you’re out and about.1 Even better, the full keyboard and large color touchscreen make the Treo Pro simply effortless to use Speaking of incomplicated, you’ll love the design. It’s thin and elegant, but still packs plenty of battery power for a life on the go. The Treo Pro. Perfectly balanced.Palm Treo Pro

Do everything you need to do at the speed of 3G.3 Respond to business and personal email, stay on top of appointments and contacts, and use Wi-Fi or GPS when you’re out and about.1 Then watch a video on YouTube,2 catch up with news and sports on the web,2 or listen to a few songs.


YOUR OFFICE CAN BE ANYWHERE

Palm Treo Pro

Rehearse a presentation over breakfast, make changes to a spreadsheet at the ballpark, or pick up email16 while you’re picking up the kids. With the Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm, getting work done on the go is easy. And since Treo Pro is unlocked and GSM-compatible, you can take it almost anywhere around the globe.

Whether you’re rehearsing a presentation over breakfast, making changes to a spreadsheet at the ballpark, or picking up email1 while you’re picking up the kids, getting work done on the
go is easy.

Spec :

Platform Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 6.1 Professional Edition
Processor Qualcomm® MSM7201 400MHz
Display 320×320 transflective color TFT flush touchscreen
Radio HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS/GSM radio
Tri-band UMTS – 850MHz, 1900MHz, 2100MHz
Quad-band GSM – 850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g with WPA, WPA2, and 801.1x authentication
GPS Built-in GPS
Wireless Technology Bluetooth® 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate; Infrared (IR)
Memory 256MB (100MB user available), 128MB RAM
Camera 2.0 megapixels with up to 8x digital zoom and video capture
Battery Removable, rechargeable 1500mAh lithium-ion; Up to 5.0 hours talk time and up to 250 hours standby
Expansion microSDHC cards (up to 32GB supported)1
Connector MicroUSB™ 2.0 for synchronization and charging
Audio 3.5mm stereo headset jack
Dimensions Length: 4.49″, Width: 2.36″, Depth: 0.53″, Weight: 4.69 oz
Color Obsidian
System Requirements Windows® XP, Windows Vista™
Software on device

ActiveSync®; Adobe Reader LE; Bluetooth®; Bubble Breaker; Calculator; Calendar; Communications Manager; Contacts; File Explorer; Get WorldMate; GoogleMaps; Internet Explorer® Mobile; Messaging; Microsoft® Office Mobile including Excel® Mobile, OneNote Mobile, PowerPoint® Mobile, and Word Mobile; My Treo; Notes; Pics & Videos; QuickGPS; Quick Tour; SIM Manager; Solitaire; Sprite Backup; Streaming Media; Tasks; Telenav; Voice Command; Windows Live™; Windows Live™ Messenger; Windows Media® Player Mobile



















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