SPOTLIGHT: New Treo features Palm OS, not Windows Mobile

Palm introduced the anticipated Treo 700p, a new CDMA 1xEV-DO Treo with Palm OS. While using the same hardware as the 700w, the 700p uses the Palm OS 5.4.9 instead of Windows Mobile. The 700p also includes an impressive array of features, including built-in streaming video, laptop tethering via Bluetooth or USB, support for Outlook, Yahoo, AOL and GMail email accounts, built-in support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF files, and Mac compatibility. Both Sprint and Verizon Wireless plan to launch the 700p in coming months. Article

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