The Treo Pro supports A2DP, which allows the user to stream music to a supported device wirelessly over Bluetooth. In addition the device comes with a 3.5mm standard headphone jack. The GSM version of the phone comes packed with a stereo-headset, while the CDMA phone does not. The battery is removable.
The touchscreen is flush with the surface of the phone, a first in the Palm line of products. The full QWERTY keyboard is in the same style as that of the Palm Centro, with a textured, rubberized feel. It is roughly 10% wider than the Centro's keyboard.
The familiar ringer switch is located, as expected, on the top of the device. It switches the phone from having sounds on to a vibrate only mode instantly.
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