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Everything About the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus in 10 Minutes 7

by Dieter Bohn Wed, 20 Jan 2010 10:00 pm EST

New to webOS? Verizon customer looking to replace that janky BlackBerry and wondering what all the fuss is about? You're in the right place - the video above has everything you need to know about webOS in ten minutes.

Looking for more information? Our original Palm Pre Review has a bootload of information - just be aware that Palm has added a ton of new features since we wrote it. If you're intrigued by any of the concepts mentioned in the video above, you can find out more details in our Palm Pre Guide.

Of course, the real knowledge lives in the biggest Palm forums on the internet, so don't hesitate to try a search there!

7 Comments

The pre plus looks more solid than my Pre :(

when will sprint get an upgraded pre?! This is bullshit! :( whaaaaa! :(

I agree with onix7cv, this is bullshit!! waaaaah!!! LOL

I want your watch. What kind of watch is that.

Thanks for the review!

I'm on my Pre, on the mobile version of the website, and I can no longer play the video in the posts. The "Private" icon appears. For a while I could play the videos, but for the last couple of days that icon has popped up. Anyone know why?

I'm on my Pre, on the mobile version of the website, and I can no longer play the video in the posts. The "Private" icon appears. For a while I could play the videos, but for the last couple of days that icon has popped up. Anyone know why?

first off calm down Im on sprint too and my phone runs just as well, minus the 50 cards, but i can function with my 5 to 6 open which is what most people use. Also there are rumors of a Next generation phone running web os late summer or fall for sprint, and by then Web os will be polished and ready for a big screen 1ghz device. So for now our pre's are more then efficent to get the job done. Also know more money for palm more and better updates and devices in the future for sprint and everyone else.