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Battery Life 2.5 hrs talk, 150 hrs standby

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

OS Palm OS 3.5.2H

Screen Color (12-bit)

Memory 16 MB

Weight 5.7 oz

Size 4.4" x 2.8" x .82"

Color Silver

Availability Available

User Opinions
Thumbs Up  85% Thumbs Down 15%

Would you recommend Treo 300 ?

Yes   No  

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Great product! Missing underscore key!
There has to be an underscore key. Where is it?
by sundance007

Thumbs Up

Got it for xmas, it is GREAT!
My expectations were low... and were easily surpased. This is a great product! Having all my contacts and appointments on my phone, and able to sync them with Outlook, is fantastic! Data performance is much better than I expected.
by rich_in_houston

Thumbs Up

got my shit pushed in
by quake8

Thumbs Up

Yea, this thing is amazing!!
by quake8

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It is the best gadget in the world
Great! I use it for everything!
by pjacob

Thumbs Down

Never a wasted minute. Never a late comunication. All references.
As an IT stud I need to use every minute wisely. Now by my side are email, cell phone, IM, SMS, contacts & calander. All of which I can filter for what's most important to reach me fast. I can respond and forward emails with attachments and work my 2do list and calander while I 3 way phone and IM my support guys at the same time. All in this under$300 unit (after rebates). I know I sound like the sprint/handspring poster boy but I've been holding out for a mobile solution for a long time. Not too long because even a wireless laptop can't replace this mobility thats attached to my belt. Sprint's offer of unlimited data usage is quite impressive too, all for $10 month. I surf web sites, get to most reference databases, get movie tickets and times, resteraunts, yahoo, ebay, blah, blah, blah. This is all just too good. Thanks Santa.
by AlekKirstein

Thumbs Up

A great communication device, both phone, email, & internet.
Treo300 is great!!! Main problem is pockets of poor SprintPCS reception, but I do not think T-Mobile or ATT are any better
by hshimans

Thumbs Up

Best integrated device yet
I can't believe how much easier it is to have one device. It is smaller lighter and offers better integration. My only complaints are that Ringo does not yet work (properly) on it and that the ringer volume is too low.
by Super_S

Thumbs Up

It Rocks, but support SUCKS!
I really love my Treo! It is very fast, PQA just POP, and the web browser is amazing for this size screen. Lot's of memory, phone works well, great tool! Only problem is that even though I bought my Treo directly from Handspring, support is Sprint. That basicly means NO SUPPORT, their support is nil.
by lpotter

Thumbs Up

Great phone... definitely the best of what's available
I have been looking forward to the new Kyocera SmartPhone 7135 for several months, however, it has continued to be delayed. My interest in upgrading my Kyocera 6035 was very high as I don't care for the monochrome screen and it's shear bulk. I had an opportunity to purchase the Treo 300 for a reasonable price, so I did so. Praise: The Treo overall is a great device. I love Sprint's Vision, I love the screen (even non-color apps are easier to see). I like the keyboard a lot more than I expected to (we've seen a lot of folks say that, huh?). Complaints: the lack of voicedial; the lack of voice memo's; the short battery life; no expandability; no silk screen buttons; no mp3... Please note that I knew about the shortcomings prior to the purchase, so I knew what I was getting myself into. I also felt that I could live with the shortcomings in order to be able to get a color screen, lighter and smaller phone and to be able to sell the 6035 for more than a couple of bucks. Thus, my intention is to wait patiently for the 7135 and sell this one when the time comes. I know I'll miss the keyboard though...
by msgott

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