"The keyboard also functioned well, allowing us to type text quickly and accurately without much adjustment. Each key has a pronounced bubble, which makes differentiating close keys easier, as well as an audible click for tactile feedback.
Unless you're already in love with Palm products and the Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system, the Treo 800W offers very little to lure new users over to it. At $250 with a two-year contract, it also ends up costing far more than Sprint's other smartphones without much to justify it. We would definitely leave this particular Palm product alone."