Handspring Visor Neo Highlights
Handspring Visor Neo Technical Specifications
|Dimensions||4.8 x 3.0 x 0.7 in|
|CPU Type||Motorola Dragonball VZ|
|CPU Frequency||33 MHz|
|Coloured||Yes, 16 colours (4BPP)|
|OS Version||Palm OS 3.5.2H3|
Handspring Visor Neo opinions and reviews - click to read all
|Reviewer: Monte M Cassels|
Date: 10 Dec 2009, 13:25 GMT
I have an older model of the "Visor Neo" and I have used it for several years and it served me well. It is my main address file for everything. I tried to install it in my new computer using the "Windows Vista" System. Is it possible to get a upgrade or patch that will allow me to continue using this unit, Also how can I transfer my address's to my new computer to elimitate retyping the whole list?
|Reviewer: John Williams|
Date: 17 Apr 2009, 02:37 GMT
I have owned and used this PDA for six years. It is sortof clunky compared to newer ones but has given fine service. Its 8MB of memory seems to be plenty - it contains my active schedule for the whole of the time I have owned it plus quite a large address list. Battery life (2 AAA's) is reliably a bit over two months (although I don't use the backlight). I'd be lost without this PDA; before I had it, I carried around a Franklin Planner (book). Automatic propagation of repeating appointments and pop-up birthdays, etc. are features that blow away comparison with date-book methods. In addition to stored information, active capabilities like internal date-keeping, calculator, and world-clock make this device an essential part of my daily life.