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Created by dipity on Jun 7, 2009
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After having these phones for a while, i decided to let you know how they compare to each other.. also, if you have the Htc Hero, read this... www.cellfanatic.com
Bell Palm Pre Review: Contacts, Calendar & Messaging mobilesyrup.com
Here's my Palm Pre on Bell review. Check my Pre first impressions if you want to see it compared with some other phones.
Bell Palm Pre Review #2 mobilesyrup.com
I finally got my Palm Pre and so far I love WebOS. I'm not sure what exactly I did to my applications but I caused an "issue" or bug during my review. There are plenty of Palm Pre reviews out, this is just mine. This video also gives an update on my service that I offer that I won't talk about.
This a full review of the Palm Pre from Sprint. If you have any questions please comment or send me a message! Links to the pictures: Night: i266.photobucket.com Day: i266.photobucket.com Comment Rate Subscribe ALSO!! Help me get a partnership with YouTube. SUBSCRIBE! TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT MY VIDEOS!
My review/opinion on the amazing Palm Pre.
Quick review captured on youtube [meaning it's quirky as fudge] for the invisibleSHIELD by Zagg for the Palm Pre. Overall it's very protective & makes me happy that I don't have to be constantly cleaning my phone [which you'll get by how many times I repeat that.] They have this for virtually all phones, so check them out if you're interested. Price at BestBuy is $29.99 and $8 installation [in my area.] I would not recommend installing it yourself; it's super difficult and if you screw up it ...
Part 2 of my Palm Pre review, this time I touch on Web OS. Part 3 will cover the accessories.
Battery life failing? I've discovered something that makes mine last just long enough. I wonder if it'll work for others too? Comments screened~!
Here it is everybody. The Innocase by Seidio. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!! www.seidioonline.com PRICE 39.95 I'm enjoying this. It does exactly what I expect it to. Keeps my Pre pretty by preventing scrapes, scratches and scuffs. It also works with the touchstone charger! I am now fully protected with a screen protector and my seidio innocase which works 100% with the Touchstone charger kit. If you have any questions!!! Please, ask away!
www.fommy.com This Jelly Case is 100% durable silicone, protecting every curve of your Palm Pre. Features a front and back cover with a self adhesive mechanism, which strongly adheres to your Pre.
WHOOPS... Huge mistake. These cost about six dollars. Not 19.99 like I have on the title. My bad! This is a screen protector for the Palm Pre by a company called Forever Fitters. I came across some problems with this protector. For one, It was too long. Had to trim the slightest little bit in order to get it to work with the rocketfish case. Also the speaker hole is off a bit on the shield. But it didn't effect the way people heard me when I spoke into the speaker. I've tested it, so no ...
Part two coming in a few days. If there is a problem with sound, my Macbook Pro's speakers went out.
Update on the original hard plastic cover disaster.
www.fommy.com Protecting your Palm Pre's touch screen is easy and cool. This screen protector doubles as a mirror, when ur device is turned off and displays your screen when turned on!
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Features including phone, messaging, web browsing, applications and camera. Get it for a great price at www.wirefly.com Full written review at www.wirefly.com
Look & feel, user interface, & multitasking. Full written review at www.wirefly.com Get it for a great price at www.wirefly.com
It's about time! I've finally gotten to reviewing the Palm Pre from Sprint, which is supposed to be their answer to the iPhone, especially now that they've got the 3GS. How does it fare up? Follow me, TweeterMan287, on Twitter! www.tweetermanreviews.com
A look at some of the apps on the Palm Pre for Sprint, including email, doc viewer, PDF viewer, phone dialer, and YouTube. Full review: www.mobileburn.com
A look at some of the apps on the Palm Pre for Sprint, including the browser, calendar, music player, IM, and contacts. Full review: www.mobileburn.com
A look at the user interface and gesture controls of the Palm Pre and its webOS smartphone operating system. Full review: www.mobileburn.com
A look at the user interface's notifications and features on the Palm Pre and its webOS smartphone operating system. Full review: www.mobileburn.com
A look at the hardware design of the Palm Pre for Sprint, including the QWERTY keyboard and the Touchstone inductive charging accessory. Full review: www.mobileburn.com
I bought a Palm Pre as I want to investigate if we should create an app for this new hot phone thinking that I would probably cool but... it would be a sub iPhone. After a few hours it feels as an awesome and very usable device that may well end up becoming my main mobile device. I have been carrying for about a year now two phones: an iPhone mostly for mobile browsing and sharing pics and a blackberry for emailing as I am much faster with a keyboard. The Palm Pre has great browsing and a ...
palmwebos.org If you're just jumping into Palm Pre use - or WebOS use for that matter - for the first time, you'll want to check this out. I suggest 3 areas of interest you'll want to keep on the top of your head (1) Menu, (2) Gesture area, (3) Card View button. Making the Pre easy... or is that Preasy?
Here is the new palm Pre I decided to do a fast review of it just to help some people out its not yet an iPhone killer but i believe it will be soon. has a good GUI fast and responsive and does not freeze up like a windows mobile phone likes too let me know what you think if you have one feel free to share you thoughts on my comments section thanks for watching...
My review of the Palm Pre that I bought yesterday... Positives and negatives!
here is a quick review of the palm pre by stuffmagazine.tv
Just going over some basic pre stuff. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask
Palm Pre sales are taking place at Sprint stores around the country now, with in-store sales quickly becoming the way to go with the new Sprint phone. Palm Pre sales are expected to close in on a million units when the first numbers are calculated, as
persiandon3's webcam recorded Video - June 07, 2009, 08:59 AM Omg june 6 2009 it finally came out, i got the last one and the line was CA RA ZAY
I just got the new palm pre on sprint's now network
Best Buy customer Graham opens the brand new Sprint Palm Pre and describes the new phone.
Leo Laporte snaps while another lesser known co-host assumes that being that Leo Laporte got to test out the Palm Pre - he is just giving it an A+ rating to thank them for allowing him to use one without purchasing it first.
Palm pre unboxing. Brand new sprint phone . Iphone killer. Android killer. Gizmodo Review: gizmodo.com
Watch part 2 for the rest of the video!!!! Unboxing of brand new Palm Pre Palm pre unboxing. Brand new sprint phone . Iphone killer. Android killer. Gizmodo Review: gizmodo.com
Twitter: www.cuthut.com Unboxing the new Palm Pre for Sprint & the Touchstone wireless charger
Palm Pre review articles are already popping up on US websites - many of which are slightly less positive than expected.
There's also been some bad news for people wishing to buy the Pre on launch day. Early reports suggest that there are not enough
Hands on review of Palm's Pre smartphone, unveiled at CES 2009, with 8 reasons why it could be better than the Apple iPhone... on paper at least! Is the Palm Pre an Apple iPhone Killer?
Hey, it's my first YouTube Video ever...so go easy on me! Plus, I have to admit I am a little tired and nervous. BUT, I went to a pre-release party and got the Palm Pre. I recorded this video on my macbook after spending somewhere around 3-5 hours with the phone. Just wanted to talk about my experience with the phone so far.
...for making it iTunes compatible. The device itself has been getting rave reviews. The New York Times described the Palm Pre as "elegant and joyous". Of particular praise are the Pre’s "stunning" appearance, "flowing" webOS, multitasking and the unified calendar....
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Pre smartphone from Palm Inc received mostly positive reviews and predictions it will be a tough competitor to Apple Inc's iPhone, sending Palm's shares up more than 10 percent.
The device -- due to go on sale at No. 3 U.S.
David Pogue reviews the Palm Pre. Related article: tinyurl.com
The Palm Pre's multitasking capabilities and notifications system are unparalleled. The smartphone features a vibrant display with multitouch functionality as well as a solid Web browser and good multimedia integration. The Pre offered good call quality and wireless options include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Despite some missing features and performance issues that make it less than ideal for on-the-go professionals, the Palm Pre offers gadget lovers and consumers well-integrated ...
The good: The Palm Pre's multitasking capabilities and notifications system are unparalleled. The smartphone features a vibrant display with multitouch functionality as well as a solid Web browser and good multimedia integration. The Pre offered good call quality and wireless options include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The bad: The Pre's keyboard is cramped. Battery life drains quickly and the smartphone can be sluggish at times. Lacks expansion slot, video-recording capabilities ...
PleaseWatch.net Everything the average person needs to know about the Palm Pre in under 10 minutes
Palm Pre Review from TheStreet.com's Gary Krakow. How does the screen battery and OS stack up to the others?