|Thu Jan 8, 2009 - 7:53 PM EST - By Jennifer Chappell|
Today sure has been an exciting one, huh? I can't remember being this excited in quite awhile. I knew that Palm could pull it off. I had faith in them! I want a Palm Pre soooooooo bad! I can't wait to get my hands on one and give it a whirl! What a revolutionary smartphone the Palm Pre looks to be. I haven't been in such awe since I watched Steve Jobs demoing the iPhone awhile back.
Now, just go ahead and pull up your drool bucket first thing. Mine has run over several times already today. Palm's website has been updated and now has some juicy Palm Pre stuff. First up, check out the teaser video. I drool each time I watch it and see the glossy Pre being turned around. The music is beautiful and soothing. The narrator's voice is very nice too. I love the part where he says, "What if it could do things you never knew a phone could do? And was designed like no phone you've ever seen before?" Such a short and simple video, yet it gives me cold chills each time I see it. Well done Palm.
Below are the categories and some info Palm.com has on the Palm Pre:
Okay, raise your hand if you've got drool on your computer keyboard. You KNOW I do! Boyhowdy, I just felt a breeze as all those hands around the world were just raised! I recall Dieter saying today during the live blog that he had tears in his eyes. And that would be tears of joy of course! ;-)
So, the Palm Pre is looking like a winner so far! Like many of our forum members and folks who were commenting live today said, Palm has hit this one out of the ballpark.
You can check out the Palm Pre at Palm's website.
Also be sure to check out Dieter's excellent Palm Pre Impressions, Part One article.
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