Palm Treo 650

Palm Treo 650 Front View


Canada: Bell


October 2005


  • Infrared Port
  • Camcorder
  • Speakerphone
  • Polyphonic ringtones


Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5

TREO 650 - November 2006

Reviewed on Saturday November 11, 2006 by , Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily dropped Calls, super slow web connections (even slower than dialup from 1994!), and to top it all off...if you are a small business without a Microsoft 2003 Server forget accessing your email on the Versamail program.

And if you are a Bell Customer well you will have customer service communications as an added bonus.

TREO 650 is best for corporate customers / end users. And did you notice that some bluetooth headsets are great e.g. Plantronic and I have yet to find a carrying case that will carry the TREO 650, 680, 700wx along with a couple of SD cards AND THE DAMN BLUETOOTH!

Better to buy a PALM T/X with a separate cell phone.
3 Stars out of 5

palm 650

Reviewed on Monday June 12, 2006 by , nanaimo
i have bought the palm treo 650 and i have noticed that it FRESSES up how come ? its only 4 months old
1 Star out of 5

Pas sûr !

Reviewed on Monday June 5, 2006 by , Châteauguay
Beau gadget trop souvent défectueux. Fut propriétaire de 4 Treo 600 en 13 mois chez Bell Mobilité.Ceux-ci n'ont jamais voulu honorer la garantie.13 mois 4 cellulaires vous voyez l'affaire ! Plusieurs recours collectifs aux USA pour ce produit ainsi que le 650.IE: un pilote d'avion avec son plan de vol sur son Treo qui plante...Sécuritaire n'est-ce pas? Ces appareils plantent trop souvent à mon goût. Sur garantie on vous refile des ''rebuild'' qui ferons encore défauts. Ayant quitté Bell Mobilité à grand frais je suis maintenant chez Telus avec les mêmes problèmes. Pourquoi un Tréo alors ? Mon logiciel ''d'entreprise'' doit fonctionner sur une plateforme Palm. Je me cherche une nouvelle plateforme de travail mais suis un peu échaudé par cette belle et fragile technologie que l'on paie trop cher pour les résultats.
5 Stars out of 5

Solid performer

Reviewed on Thursday April 20, 2006 by , Edmonton
I've used my TREO 650 for over a year now. It has only failed me on one occassion when I was using a version of Mapopolis with a Bluetooth GPS unit. It crashed and corrupted the application on day 1, so I couldn't use it for the duration of my trip. Not the TREO's fault. A quick back-up upon return to my laptop and away we went again with Mapopolis.

I use NotifyLink to get my corporate email and PIM to the device. They have a hosted service that can't be beat. I run it against my Exchange server. It's more than just email it gives me my entire cabinet and PIM and I can make it work similtaneously on my TREO, iPAQ and BlackBerry, depending on whatever mood I'm in.

The TREO is a solid performer because of NotifyLink. It runs in the background using a seperate thread, something the TREO and MyMail alone cannot do. It turns the TREO into a true multi-tasking device.