July 9th 2009 12:01 am

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Palm Foleo was a "subnotebook computer" with a 10.4" screen and full-size keyboard, intended for release in the summer of 2007. Described as a smartphone companion, it was designed to connect to your Palm Treo over Bluetooth and offer email, calendars, and web browsing on a more comfortable form factor. Palm was criticized for neglecting their struggling smartphone business with Foleo. Even with units already boxed up and ready to ship, the product was cancelled at the last minute so the company could focus on building their next-generation platform — what would eventually become the Palm Pre and webOS.

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Engadget May 30, 2007

It's wonderful that it works so well with your phone and all of that business, but we just can't get behind this one. We need a better Treo, or we need a Foleo or like device that replaces your Treo -- we don't want both.

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PC Mag May 30, 2007

Because it can handle a full Web-browsing experience, it provides a serious alternative to taking a full laptop with me every time I hit the road

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