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Works with Treo 270

Screen 12-bit passive matrix color

Battery Life 3 hrs talk, 150 hrs standby

Color Steel Gray

Processor 33 MHz Motorola Dragonball VZ

OS Palm OS 3.5.2H

Weight 5.4 oz.

Other Features Jog rocker, Ringer switch with vibrate option, Headset jack, Personal speakerphone, Protective flip lid, GPRS upgradeable upon availability, Microphone, Backlit keyboard

Size 4.2" x 2.8" x 0.82"

Memory 16 MB

Availability Available

User Opinions
Thumbs Up  83% Thumbs Down 17%

Would you recommend Treo 270 ?

Yes   No  

Thumbs Down

Too many problems
I am using my THIRD Treo, and had to endure a great deal of confusion and slow responses as I attempted to replace the defective units. Operationally, it's actually quite good, EXCEPT you just can't see the screen in daylight - a problem when that's your phone pad! The concept is great, but it isn't there yet...
by Hardy_Childers

Thumbs Up

Now, Treo 270 is great device. cellular function with fastest and ease to write sms message. Full GPRS... and it's great. I suggest you to buy this smallest and smartest device. before I get gprs upgrade my TREO has problem to receive sms... but now the problem gone after update flash rom with gprs upgrade, it's real new system upgrade !
by dmc7

Thumbs Up

Best Gadget I ever purchased
I give the Treo 2 thumbs up. It is easy to use, easy to learn, light weight, The phone is great, the graphics are great, the features are great. I sugest that you buy a charging cradel or two for several locations to keep the batery alive. It does need a recharge at least once a day.
by chris meehan

Thumbs Down

Missing Key Phone components
For all the design innovation, they ommitted a mute function, and as minor as this sounds, try having a meeting on this phone with the headset and you'll notice the interference from the headset cable is horrid. Response from Handspring is a software upgrade to include mute is strong possibility. Dont invest in it until that happens, I have no choice but to go back to my nokia and Prism, for now.
by robsrkt

Thumbs Up

I've had both T180g and T270. No problems with either.
by ronaldwright

Thumbs Up

I just love my Treo 270
Mine has no bug�s till now so I must say it�s the best mobile divice I have ever seen
by orangebutton

Thumbs Up

Just What I Was Looking For
First I had a Nokia 5120 and a Day Planner, and it worked for many years. Then I went digital and got a Visor Prism and a VisorPhone. But only after 4 months it became too "clunky" so I stopped using the VisorPhone and got a Nokia 8290 and IrDA with my Prism. After 2 months of that... found the money needed for a brand new Treo 270. One unit, small form factor, does everything that I need... I'm happy.
by I_Mua_Tech

Thumbs Up

Great Little Machine
I loved the original Treo 180g but it seemed that every couple of days I would encounter a web site that made me wish it had a color screen. Eventually, this lust for color became too great to resist and I got the 270. I'm enjoying this machine, adjusting to a keyboard instead of Graffiti has turned out to be pretty easy and I can still use Graffiti with RecoEcho. They've improved the functionality of the Jog Rocker. The color is a little disappointing but otherwise, I love it.
by DarthRepublican

Thumbs Up

Greateast PDA I have owned
I am a convert from the Pocket PC. The treo is the greatest PDA I have owned ever. Great Internet and mobile capabilities
by sarecca

Thumbs Down

No analog!
US cellphone service can be very spotty (well, duh, it's a Big country). Where there isn't digital, there's analog.... except if you have a Treo. That's why I picked the Samsung SPH-i300, and I'm happy I did. Evry time I leave the metro area and the red "A" appears, I know I have signal that I could not wiht the Treo.
by johnbartley

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