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Round Robin: Treo Pro Video Review

Tue Dec 30, 2008 - 2:09 AM EST - By Jennifer Chappell


Welcome back to the Smartphone Round Robin! It sure has been lots of fun using the different smartphones this time around. I've used the AT&T Fuze, BlackBerry Bold, T-Mobile G1, and the iPhone 3G. And now I'm back home with the Palm Treo Pro, TreoCentral's Round Robin smartphone.

I'm sure all the other editors are as happy to be back home with their regular smartphones as I am. But I'm also sure that they had fun playing with all those other smartphones like I did. It was quite a learning experience discovering how all those smartphones compared to each other. Even though I'm happy to be back home with my Treo Pro, I'm going to miss the Bold, G1, and the Fuze. Luckily I don't have to miss the iPhone 3G since I happen to own one.

I did a video review on the Treo Pro went over the hardware and some of the apps. I have another good ole sore throat so please excuse the horrible sounding audio. I recorded myself first and then did the video part. I was afraid I might lose my voice and figured I'd better go ahead and record the audio part first. I'll definitely be buying a digital voice recorder in the future. I was using a mini cassette recorder that I bought a several years ago.

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