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PreCentral's Palm Pre Review

Fri Jun 5, 2009 - 5:07 PM EDT - By Jennifer Chappell


Go ahead and pull up your drool buckets folks! Dieter has written an extremely thorough and unbiased review of the Palm Pre over at our sister site PreCentral.net. Dieter goes into great detail of the Pre in his excellent review. He points out the good and the bad.

As I mentioned, the review is extensive, and if you're more interested in getting the facts on a particular area of Pre goodness, Dieter has you covered. He has a list of sections from his review so you can jump to any section you wish.

And Dieter not only did a thorough written review of the Pre, he also made 12 video reviews:

Here's a quote from Dieter's Conclusion:

So what's our verdict on the Palm Pre? Simple: The Palm Pre is a stellar 1.0 product. Given Palm's fractured and foible-filled history, the fact that they were able to pull all this off is nothing short of amazing. There are faults here and there and I tried not to be shy about pointing them out, but I attribute nearly all of them to the fact that is is Palm's first outing with webOS, their 1.0. Compare the Palm Pre to the initial release of the iPhone or the initial release of the T-Mobile G1 and you can safely say that the Pre is in their class and quite possible at the top of that class.

Head on over to PreCentral.net and read Dieter's extensive Palm Pre review. Dieter delves into just about every nook and cranny of the Palm Pre that you can imagine. And check out the gallery of Pre photos too.

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