Palm Inc. has introduced a new Palm OS Treo for Sprint- the Treo 755p CDMA smart device. This device happens to be the first ever to offer built-in Microsoft Direct Push Technology email support andGoogle Maps for mobiles. Not only that, the Treo 755p Smart device features the latest Treo design with an integrated antenna, slimmer form factor and mini-SD slot.
With the new Treo 755p smart device, users will have quick, wireless access to the Web, email, business, multimedia applications and instant messaging for Sprint customers, as the Treo 755p smart device runs on the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network.
According to Danny Bowman, vice president of customer equipment for Sprint, “The Treo 755p is a stylish and powerful device ideal for business professionals looking for the power to do more while on the go. Building upon the success of the Treo 7oop, we’ve added enhancements such as Mobile Voice Control, a new IM application and Sprint TV in the ROM for mobile entertainment and news.”
Listed below are the features of the Treo 755p Smart Device:
The Treo 755p offers VersaMail 3.5.4 with built-in Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support for Microsoft Direct Push Technology that delivers automatic updates to Outlook email. Companies can choose to eliminate third-party software and take advantage of their existing Exchange infrastructures. Businesses connected to a Microsoft Exchange Server get fast, automatic wireless updates of email, calendar and contact information with added IT security and remote manageability.
The Treo 755p also features the Google Maps service for mobile. With Google Maps built into the ROM, right out of the box, Treo 755p users can get directions, perform local searches and view moveable/scalable maps, satellite imagery and traffic updates while on the go.
The Treo 755p Smart device will be available from mid-May onwards at Palm stores and online at Palm.com. It will also be available at Sprint stores and at Sprint.com. The Treo 755p Smart device will carry a price tag of $279.99.