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Palm Pre and Treo Pro Photo Gallery 0

by Dieter Bohn Wed, 03 Jun 2009 10:05 pm EDT

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Click through for head-to-head photos of the Palm Pre and the Treo Pro

Palm Pre and Centro Photo Gallery 0

by Dieter Bohn Wed, 03 Jun 2009 10:05 pm EDT

palm pre centro open

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Palm Pre and iPhone 3G Photo Gallery 2

by Dieter Bohn Wed, 03 Jun 2009 10:04 pm EDT

palm pre iphone 3g angled side

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webOS Screenshot Gallery 0

by Dieter Bohn Wed, 03 Jun 2009 10:01 pm EDT

Palm Pre Launcher

Welcome to our gigantic webOS Screenshot Gallery!

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Full Video of the Palm Pre in Action 7

by Dieter Bohn Tue, 13 Jan 2009 8:04 pm EST

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Above, see the excellent, twenty five minute hands-on of the Palm Pre. The hands-on was done by Peter Skillman, VP of Product Design at Palm and one of the long-time future-looking product guru's at the company. The video was taken by our friend Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry.com and CrackBerry Kevin himself is awfully impressed with the device.

Hands On with the Palm Pre -- with Lots of Photos 10

by Dieter Bohn Tue, 13 Jan 2009 7:49 pm EST

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We had the Palm Pre in our hands today -- take a look at the pictures, including comparison shots!

Definitely take a look at all of our Palm Pre articles -- conveniently listed across the top of every Palm Pre special coverage article. Coming soon - videos and more of Dieter's hands-on impressions with the Palm Pre. We're even going to try to record a special TreoCentral TreoCast about the Palm Pre. Keep your browsers tuned to TreoCentral.com!

For now, we'll just leave you with the hands-on photos below, they truly speak louder than words!

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First Impressions on the Palm Pre 7

by Dieter Bohn Tue, 13 Jan 2009 7:46 pm EST

Over the course of the past few weeks, many people have asked me what I expected the 'Palm New-ness' to be. I was unequivocal: "I expect it will be stupendous, but I worry that even so, it might not be enough to save the company." Right now, in the afterglow of the keynote, I am happy to say that Palm managed to exceed my expectations on the first part of that comment and have allayed my worries on the second part.

The Palm Pre is going to be a killer device and it has a real shot at garnering more developer support than Android and may even approach the iPhone in terms of applications -- seriously. Here's why.