Palm Pre - Button Touch Technology

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What is it

The Palm Pre is a multimedia smart-phone designed and marketed by Palm, Inc. Palm Pre is one of the newest release phones, it was launched June 6th, 2009 and is flooding the communication nation.  The Palm Pre is similar to the IPhone in terms of user interface but it comes with the new revolutionary button touch technology! This new phone comes with a multi-touch screen and a sliding keyboard.Due to Palm's revolutionary technology , you can touch and feel the buttons and yes, you guessed it, communicate effectively and efficiently. If ever there was a phone that better managed all multimedia needs and still fit beautifully in your palm I haven't herd of it.

Features

  • 802.11b/g WiFi- Bluetooth 2.1+EDR

  • 8.0 GB of internal flash storage

  • Wireless Charging - through an optional wireless charging dockSync-able with Itunes3.2 Mega-Pixel Camera

  • 3.1 Inch Capactive Screen (Touch Screen)

  • Sliding KeyBoard (Button-Touch technology)

  • GPS navagator

  • Interenet Client - Full Free access to (text messaging, email, web-browsing)


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nicefaceidiot 7 years ago

sounds good, where do I buy? LOL


JAY STONER 7 years ago

NICE HUB. I'M LEARNING FROM YOU THANX!


7 years ago

Hey man thanks this is really good information.

Are there different colors? Im planning to buy one


Math Tricks 6 years ago

I have one!


Math Tricks 6 years ago

I have one!

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