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The 3G-capable Palm Treo 750 for Cingular Wireless features Windows Mobile 5, integrated Bluetooth, world phone capabilities, push e-mail, and a slimmer design, among other things.
Like the Treo 750v and the Treo 680, the Treo 750 has an integrated antenna, giving the smart phone a more compact form factor.
The device features a new soft-touch finish that gives the device a rubbery texture and makes it easier to grip. The curved edges also makes it comfortable to hold.
The Treo 750 is only marginally smaller (4.4x2.3x0.8inches and 5.4 ounces) than Treos past, but the removal of the stubby external antenna makes it easier to carry around.
Thanks to well-placed controls, a customizable touch screen, and QWERTY keyboard, the Treo 750 offers great usability with easy one-handed navigation.
Compared to the keyboards found on the likes of the Motorola Q and the Samsung BlackJack, the Treo 750's QWERTY keyboard is downright cramped and slippery.
A customizable shortcut button and volume up and down keys are found on the left spine.
Rather than a regular SD card slot, the Treo 750 now has a mini SD card expansion slot, which is located on the right side. Just above it is an infrared port.
Nothing new here. Like the latest Treos, the bottom of the 750 houses a 2.5mm headset jack and the multiconnector and USB ports.
Like the Treo 680 (right), the Palm Treo 750 (middle) sports a more compact design than past Treos such as the Treo 700p (left).
Though the 750's touch screen displays 65,000 hues, the low 240x240 pixel resolution washes out colors and isn't as sharp as its competitors.
The Treo 750 comes equipped with a 1.3-megapixel camera with a self-portrait mirror, but a version without a camera will also be offered.