If you’re looking for a smartphone but they’re either out of your price-range, or are far too large for your liking (like the HTC Desire), then you will love the Palm Pixi Plus. The Palm Pixi Plus is a compact 2.63-inch multi touch smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard. This phone is similar to the Palm Pixi but has some great upgrades. One of the major changes in Palm Pixi Plus is the addition of Wi-Fi.
Are you looking for a top of the range PDA? The Palm T|X is a state-of-the-art handheld PDA. It is nice and light and jammed packed full of features including some fantastic multimedia applications. The T|X has a 320 x 480-pixel clear and sharp touch screen with the Palm input interface receded at the bottom of the screen to give more screen space. The stylus is firm and comfortable in hand. The Palm T|X is also incredibly light yet still retains a remarkable amount of power.
Your search for a solidly built smarphone ends here with the Palm Treo 755p, a seriously solid and sleek piece of kit. It is bigger than other full QWERTY devices such as the BlackBerry Curve, making it far easier to type your emails and text messages on. It has a 2.5-inch TFT touch screen with a 65,000-color output and 320x320-pixel resolution. The images and text are clear and sharp, plus the ability of this smartphone to controlled via a touch screen is one of its big advantages.
The Palm Pre is a long awaited arrival that has exceeded expectations. It is an incredible device with a curvy exterior and a 3.1 inch touch-screen that slides out into a full QWERTY keypad.
Do you want to upgrade to a smartphone? The Palm Centro has been introduced as the ideal choice for first-time smartphone users. It comes in a variety of different colours. The one that caught my eye is the white casing and lime green rubber buttons- it certainly stands out.
The Palm Treo Pro has come a long way since the tungsten E2 and is a Windows Mobile 6.1 PDA smartphone perfect for the working professional. It has a 2.5 inch 320 X 320 pixel touch screen display and a physical QWERTY keyboard. The device is quadband, perfect for travelling.
The Palm Tungsten E2 is the follow up PDA of the bestselling Tungsten E. The E2 has the same sleek, stylish design with more impressive specs. The Tungsten runs Palm OS 5.4.7 comes with Palm Desktop 4 for both Mac and Windows and the latest edition supports Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint so you’ll never fall behind on your work when travelling.
The Handspring Treo 600 is perfect for those that love everything about PDAs except the size. The size of a regular mobile phone, this Smartphone fits nicely into your hand but it has a full QWERTY keyboard and all the other navigation buttons needed in a PDA.