The Treo 755p brings customers quick, wireless access to web, email, business and multimedia applications, so consumers and professionals can stay connected while on the go.
As the newest member in the Treo lineup, the Treo 755p smartphone runs the latest Palm OS software and differentiates itself from others in the Treo family by offering the following features and additional enhancements.
TELUS Mobile Email - Secure Automatic Updates to Email
With TELUS Mobile Email, consumers and professionals can stay connected while on the go with secure access to email, calendar, contacts, and task information. Additional capabilities within TELUS Mobile Email enable clients to download and view attachments. TELUS mobile email is available for consumers and mobile professionals, ranging from small-business users to larger corporations and is fully compatible with ISP mail servers, Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino.
First Treo in Canada Integrating Google Maps for Mobile
Also new to the Treo 755p is the integration of Google Maps service for mobile. With Google Maps built into the ROM, right out of the box, Treo 755p users can get convenient, detailed driving directions; perform local searches; save favourite locations and routes; and get a map for addresses in their Contacts list.
Other Treo 755p Features and Benefits
Colour touch-screen and full QWERTY keyboard for easier email, messaging and web use;
Superior phone functionality, including one-touch speakerphone and conference calling, the ability to ignore a call with text messaging and the option to use the colour touch-screen dial pad;
Convenient voice-memo application, which can be used to create custom ring tones and add voice annotations to photos or simply record a quick memo;
Threaded SMS messages in a single chat view and out-of-the-box support for Yahoo!, AOL, and Gmail;
128MB memory (60MB user available) and support for Mini-SD memory cards up to 4GB;
Dial-up networking via USB or Bluetooth wireless technology on the TELUS wireless high-speed (EvDO) network for using the Treo 755p as a modem for a laptop computer (requires an appropriate service plan);
Support for EVDO (Rev.0) for downloading large files fast;
Smart, fast web browsing using the award-winning Access browser;
Full PDF support using DataViz Documents To Go Version 8.0, which also offers support for native Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents;
User-friendly and familiar Palm OS platform, including one-touch access to key applications;
1.3-megapixel digital camera and video recorder, and application to organize and share photos;
On-device user’s guide, giving customers access to the full user’s guide right from the device;
Default data transfer mode, which allows users to be notified of incoming voice calls while using data services, rather than calls automatically going to voicemail; and
Built-in multimedia features, including an MP3 player and video recorder.
Pricing and Availability
The Palm Treo 755p is available exclusively through TELUS retail locations across Canada and online at telus.com for $229.99 on a three-year contract subject to promotional requirements or $549.99 without a contract. [August 24, 2007]
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