According to http://www.tracyandmatt.co.uk/blogs/index.php and some other pages they have actually a VGA display. This would be even better.
I have been using P750 for the past 3 months , its a good PDA phone ,especially for those who love to use T9 for your writing your sms , email and etc. The one I dislike this ' its HANG all the time ' . My P750 hang especially when receivimg email . I sent it to Asus for updatimg new problem but the problem unchange .
to rickcool no(you cant change languages is windows mobile menu.)you need to flash your device with a English windows
Hi a am a palm user and would like to convert to a windows based PDa.any comments if this phone is able to convert/import the previous files on palm like notes, contacts calender etc to the asus 750
I have used Asus P535 for more than a year. Now I have bought the P750 and I guess this is the best decision I have taken.
As I am travelling a lot communication is very important. I have installed Skype mobile version on the phone and I am calling cheaply where ever there is a wifi or 3G network available. The voice is very clear.
In few other phones I used Fring for internet calling which also works very well. But sometimes echo and delay is too much.
One of the best thing on the phone is the GPS. When I updated the GPS over the internet the phone only took 2 seconds to lock on the satellites.
Guys if you are interested in this phone please do not hesitate to buy it.
I am not too keen to take photo on phones. but the photo on this phone is quite reasonable.
I have used
HTC Touch Dual
Nokia E90 (very good xcept GPS)
Nokia 9500 Communicator.
and a lot more
also this phone is a looker
been using the phone for over a week. i have not installed other softwares on it yet. everything is good. phone is stable. i've only reset it 2x or 3x. much much better than my nokia n80. 64mb ram doesnt bother me. i'm a heavy user on contacts n appointments. active sync works much much much better than the nokia pc suite sync. great 1 hand operation on this phone. superb while driving or on the move. so u guys whos comtemplating btwn this phone n htc, i would say just go ahead n get this phone. no regrets dude... cheers
I have one question for those who own this nice phone:is it possible to change the OS language from the menu?or the phone comes just as english,german..etc.language?
Here is a vedio Review and first unboxing vedio of P750:
The Asus P750 is a triband GSM phone - supporting 900/1800/1900 MHz bands only. It doesn't support the 4th band i.e. 850 MHz. The US GSM network supports dual-bands 850/1900 MHz bands.
That's why this phone might not work in the US. This is a big disadvantage with this phone. Otherwise, I still think that this is one of the best handhelds available today - both feature-wise and performance-wise.
Ya i checked out the HP ipaq 614...it is indeed better than the Asus P750 in features...but I am not sure abt the performance of the Hp ipaq one...i had the Asus P750 for a few days and it is indeed a great PDA..much faster than any of the other competitors in terms of CPU speed...plus the physical numeric keypad is a great advantage in both these phones...
HP iPAQ 614c has HSPDA (850,900 and 2100) which is way better than Asus P750 .you might wanna check this out at www.pdadb.net
Bought this phone last week and its the best PDA phone I have used till date... and I have owned quite a few... including the I-mate, O2 and the leader of the pack HTC. This beats them all ahnds down.
This phone supports UMTS 2100 only? American telecom operators support UMTS 850 & 1700...at least that's what I am aware of...can someone let me know whether this phone would support 3G in USA? Thanks!!!
First vedio review of Asus P750 here:
But its in Russian.
not bad at all comparing to touch cruise !!! and cheaper too ! In Malaysia retail price @ RM 2690.00 ... anywhere cheaper than this ? pls state it
Showing comping soon but availble readly in india. at Rs 29000/- i.e $ 750. very good phone used for a month amazing, Please update you database
I would like to inform everyone that the PPCSG forum from Singapore has started the Part 3 thread, look below