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1. Handspring Treo 180 PDA and Cellular
2. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
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3. Reconditioned Palm VIIx PDA 8
$99.95
4. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
$119.95
5. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
$94.95
6. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
$119.95
7. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
8. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
9. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
10. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
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11. Reconditioned Palm IIIxe &
12. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
13. Handspring 1030NA-VST1 Treo 270
14. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
15. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
16. Reconditioned Handspring Visor
17. Reconditioned Palm IIIxe, 8 MB,
18. Reconditioned Palm VIIx PDA 8
$39.95
19. Nextel iDEN i50/80/90 to Handspring
$39.95
20. Gomadic Wireless Internet Cable

1. Handspring Treo 180 PDA and Cellular Communicator
by Handspring
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006I5BH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Handspring
Sales Rank: 29046
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Treo 180 communicator is the one device that does it all. Its a Phone, Palm OS organizer, email, SMS text messaging and wireless web! ... Read more

Features

  • 16MB Built-in memory
  • Built-in functions include Date Book Plus, PhoneBook (and Address Book), To Do List, Memo Pad, Calculator, and more
  • SMS text message to other mobile phone users in your network or even to an email address
  • Has USB connectivity to PC or Mac computers for many optional data transfer and software features
  • Includes Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries, AC Charger, USB Cable and Headset

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars LIke it
I needed a low cost PDA/phone for my high school freshman son (who loses things a lot) and this did the trick.

4-0 out of 5 stars Stellar-But Buy the Warranty
I think I have had one of every Handspring product except the Treo 270 at this point. Color was not a big need. I purchased my first 180 in Feb 02, and picked up the extended warranty. I was very glad that I did.

The Treo has everything that I could want in a unified form factor. My Calendar/Phone/AddressBook/Work Files are all included in the one machine. Now that I have the Targus Universal Keyboard, this thing is practically self-sufficient. Despite the marvelous features and form factor, reliability has been an issue with me, and many others apparently. Check the comments at TreoCentral.com regarding periodic problems.

After I purchased the extended warranty, the sent me a new Treo within the first 90 days (in basic warranty). Since I need the phone constantly, the new Treo is sent with a return box for 29.00. After 90 days, the story changes unless you have Extended warranty. They have replaced my Treo 5 or 6 times since I bought it, and speed/courtesy are part of the warranty. The product is not perfect, but their quick and courteous treatment of the extended warranty provisions is excellent.

I am waiting for the Treo 600, which is hinted to be the perfect PDA/Phone. But I will buy the Extended Warranty. ... Read more


2. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Neo Smoke 8 MB PDA
by PalmOne

Asin: B000234100
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 54099
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get the memory, versatility, and speed of a much more expensive handheld with the affordable Handspring Visor Neo. This striking, smoke-gray handheld comes with 8 MB of memory, allowing you plenty of space to store thousands of names, addresses, appointments, memos, to-do items, expense items, and e-mails. Plus, the Visor Neo runs with a fast 33 MHz Motorola Dragonball VZ processor--the same as in the Visor Edge.

Expand the capabilities of your Visor Neo with the built-in expansion slot, which lets you turn your handheld into an MP3 player, pager, modem, and GPS receiver. Just slide an optional hardware or software Springboard module into the slot on the back, and your Visor Neo takes on a new function with no configuration or additional software required.

The Handspring Visor Neo runs the popular Palm operating system, so it is fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications. Also, Handspring has added features to the Palm OS, like an advanced datebook, calculator, world clock, and built-in floating-point math support. Enter memos and notes into your Visor Neo with the easy-to-use Graffiti handwriting software.

With the Visor Neo's speedy USB connection, synchronizing data with your desktop has never been easier. Just place your Visor Neo into the included USB cradle and exchange data with the touch of a button. The Visor Neo's infrared port lets you beam data to other handhelds, and it also has a built-in microphone for use with digital voice recorder modules.

The Handspring Visor Neo comes with a USB HotSync cradle, stylus, snap cover, desktop synchronization software for Windows and Mac, software link to Microsoft Outlook (Windows only), two AAA batteries, and a one-year warranty.

What's in the box

  • Visor Neo
  • USB HotSync cradle
  • Stylus
  • 8 MB RAM
  • Two AAA batteries
  • Snap cover
  • Desktop synchronization software for Windows and Mac
... Read more

Features

  • Use expansion slot to turn the Visor Neo into an MP3 player, modem, GPS receiver, and more with optional Springboard modules
  • Runs Palm operating system works with thousands of Palm OS applications; compatible with Windows 98, Me, and 2000 and Mac System 8.5 or later
  • Affordable handheld with 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and more
  • Built-in address book, to-do list, memo pad, date book, advanced calculator, and world clock

3. Reconditioned Palm VIIx PDA 8 MB with Sipix A6 Printer Bundle
by PalmOne

our price: $79.88
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000234114
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 57809
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Amazon.com Review

When the Palm VII was first released, it garnered a lot of geek chic, thanks to it being the first handheld to include an integrated wireless modem. With more and more wireless handheld devices and peripherals entering the market (such as the RIM Blackberry and the OmniSky Minstrel modem for the Palm V), is Palm's wireless entry still a viable alternative? Definitely (but with a caveat or two).

The Palm VIIx handheld has had its memory bumped up to 8 MB (from only 2 MB in the original Palm VII), and it includes all the practical features we've come to expect from Palm--the easy-to-learn (and use) Palm OS, a sharp screen with contrast-variable backlighting, and infrared beaming of information.

But it's the wireless connectivity--and the ease and quickness of installation and connection--that really makes the Palm VIIx shine. You'll first need to add the Palm VIIx's two AAA batteries, which are also used to charge the modem's internal, rechargeable ni-cad battery. It takes about 70 minutes to fully charge the device. But that'll give you time to play around with the other Palm apps or practice your Graffiti writing skills.

Once charged, we simply flipped up the radio transceiver antenna (which also turns on the screen) and connected to the Palm.net network in seconds. Then we set up our account and chose a monthly service plan--which reminded us that wireless ease doesn't come cheap. These plans range from $9.99 for 50 KB of information downloaded (and $0.20 per additional KB) to $44.99 for unlimited usage. The Palm.net site estimates that 50 KB equals about 150 downloaded Palm screens of information--which isn't that much if you're doing a bit of online shopping or checking of sports scores.

The other important factor to remember is that you won't be able to view the entire Internet. The Palm VII connects only to certain sites that offer Palm Query Applications (or PQAs), which send Web Clippings instead of HTML. These Web Clippings are specially configured minipages that minimize both display requirements (to fit on the Palm VII's screen) and bandwidth usage. Thus, while we weren't able to view the day's English Premier League scores on Soccernet, we could read headlines at ABC News, get driving directions with MapQuest, and check airline flight status using Travelocity. (The Palm VII comes with 22 Web Clippings, but you can download more from www.palm.net/apps--from Merriam-Webster's online dictionary to a Starbucks locator.)

E-mail was a snap using the included iMessenger app and the Palm.net e-mail address that we set up. This account won't hook up with an existing POP account, but there are several good third-party apps on the market that you can install to grab e-mail from your regular accounts.

Ultimately, the Palm VIIx--and persistent wireless connectivity--isn't for everyone because of its online limitations to proprietary Web Clippings. But with a lot still in its favor--the robust Palm OS organizer environment, hassle-free activation, quick connection to the wireless network, easy e-mailing, and good nationwide coverage (featuring about 260 major metropolitan areas)--the Palm VIIx handheld is still king of the wireless jungle. --Agen Schmitz ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless connectivity requires Palm.Net service, featuring several monthly subscription options
  • Handheld portable thermal monochrome printer. 400 dpi resolution. Versatile IrDA (infrared) or serial connectivity
  • 8 MB RAM, 4 times the memory of the standard Palm VII handheld
  • Stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and memos
  • Provides instant access to the Internet, e-mail, and messaging

4. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Deluxe Orange, 8 MB Palm OS,USB Cradle, PDA
by PalmOne

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002340MY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 60370
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Amazon.com Review

The Handspring Visor Deluxe is the hot new handheld that runs the popular Palm OS, so it's compatible with thousands of existing applications. It's also expandable with Springboard modules that can add extra memory or a modem, or transform your Visor into an MP3 player, video game, GPS receiver, and more. Plus, its fast-synchronizing USB connection is compatible with both the PC and Macintosh.

To set up the Handspring Visor Deluxe, we followed the Getting Started instructions printed on the software CD-ROM case, inserting the batteries, calibrating the touch screen, entering the date and time, connecting the included USB cradle to our PC (an optional serial cradle is available), installing the desktop synchronization software, and synchronizing the Visor with our PC. The entire setup process was straightforward and intuitive, requiring only about five minutes.

Fans of Palm Computing's Palm III line of connected organizers will have no difficulty using the Visor, as it runs on a licensed version of the Palm OS. All the popular Palm personal information management (PIM) applications are included and work exactly the same way as they do on the Palm. The Visor also uses Palm's Graffiti handwriting recognition system for text entry, which takes only a few minutes to learn and a few hours of practice to master. Handspring has added to the Palm OS an advanced date book, calculator, world clock, and support for floating-point math.

The Visor Deluxe comes with 8 MB of RAM, providing plenty of room for thousands of addresses, to-do items, and memos; hundreds of e-mail messages; and several years of appointments. It also includes a USB synchronization cradle, two AAA batteries, a stick-on Graffiti "cheat sheet," a leather slip case, a stylus, a Handspring logo decal, a Quick Reference Guide, inserts describing accessories and cases, and a software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM includes Palm Desktop Software 3.01, a software link to Microsoft Outlook, and the full-length User's Guide. However, the Visor Deluxe does not come with an AC adapter.

Using the Visor was intuitive and fun, just like the Palm III series organizers that it's based on. However, unlike the Palm, the Visor has an easily accessible expansion port that supports Springboard modules. For our tests, we installed a modem module, an 8 MB memory module, the Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf game, and a Physician's Desk Reference module (note that you can install only one module at a time). Installing these modules is very easy, and they can greatly increase the functionality, power, and usefulness of the Visor. (For more information, see the descriptions of the individual Springboard modules.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Visor. It takes the best of the popular Palm platform, and adds memory and expandability--all at a great price. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Runs the Palm OS and supports thousands of existing Palm applications
  • Expandable with Springboard modules
  • Good price

Cons:

  • No AC adapter included
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Features

  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and more
  • Important note: If you are running Windows 95/NT or using a non-USB Macintosh, you must order the Serial HotSync Cradle separately
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more
  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications

5. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Neo Blue 8MB PDA
by Synapse Micro

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001HA8V8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Synapse Micro
Sales Rank: 61496
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Features

  • Use expansion slot to turn the Visor Neo into an MP3 player, modem, GPS receiver, and more with optional Springboard modules
  • Runs Palm operating system works with thousands of Palm OS applications; compatible with Windows 98, Me, and 2000 and Mac System 8.5 or later
  • When connected to a television, unit creates a portable digital photo album by functioning as a photo viewer, editor, organizer and storage device
  • Affordable handheld with 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and more
  • Built-in address book, to-do list, memo pad, date book, advanced calculator, and world clock

6. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Deluxe Ice 8 MB Palm OS PDA with USB Cradle
by PalmOne

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002340O2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 60275
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Amazon.com Review

The Handspring Visor Deluxe is the hot new handheld that runs the popular Palm OS, so it's compatible with thousands of existing applications. It's also expandable with Springboard modules that can add extra memory or a modem, or transform your Visor into an MP3 player, video game, GPS receiver, and more. Plus, its fast-synchronizing USB connection is compatible with both the PC and Macintosh.

To set up the Handspring Visor Deluxe, we followed the Getting Started instructions printed on the software CD-ROM case, inserting the batteries, calibrating the touch screen, entering the date and time, connecting the included USB cradle to our PC (an optional serial cradle is available), installing the desktop synchronization software, and synchronizing the Visor with our PC. The entire setup process was straightforward and intuitive, requiring only about five minutes.

Fans of Palm Computing's Palm III line of connected organizers will have no difficulty using the Visor, as it runs on a licensed version of the Palm OS. All the popular Palm personal information management (PIM) applications are included and work exactly the same way as they do on the Palm. The Visor also uses Palm's Graffiti handwriting recognition system for text entry, which takes only a few minutes to learn and a few hours of practice to master. Handspring has added to the Palm OS an advanced date book, calculator, world clock, and support for floating-point math.

The Visor Deluxe comes with 8 MB of RAM, providing plenty of room for thousands of addresses, to-do items, and memos; hundreds of e-mail messages; and several years of appointments. It also includes a USB synchronization cradle, two AAA batteries, a stick-on Graffiti "cheat sheet," a leather slip case, a stylus, a Handspring logo decal, a Quick Reference Guide, inserts describing accessories and cases, and a software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM includes Palm Desktop Software 3.01, a software link to Microsoft Outlook, and the full-length User's Guide. However, the Visor Deluxe does not come with an AC adapter.

Using the Visor was intuitive and fun, just like the Palm III series organizers that it's based on. However, unlike the Palm, the Visor has an easily accessible expansion port that supports Springboard modules. For our tests, we installed a modem module, an 8 MB memory module, the Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf game, and a Physician's Desk Reference module (note that you can install only one module at a time). Installing these modules is very easy, and they can greatly increase the functionality, power, and usefulness of the Visor. (For more information, see the descriptions of the individual Springboard modules.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Visor. It takes the best of the popular Palm platform, and adds memory and expandability--all at a great price. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Runs the Palm OS and supports thousands of existing Palm applications
  • Expandable with Springboard modules
  • Good price

Cons:

  • No AC adapter included
... Read more

Features

  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and more
  • Important note: If you are running Windows 95/NT or using a non-USB Macintosh, you must order the Serial HotSync Cradle separately
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more
  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications

7. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Deluxe Graphite 8 MB Palm OS PDA with USB
by PalmOne

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002340MO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 64338
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Review

The Handspring Visor Deluxe is the hot new handheld that runs the popular Palm OS, so it's compatible with thousands of existing applications. It's also expandable with Springboard modules that can add extra memory or a modem, or transform your Visor into an MP3 player, video game, GPS receiver, and more. Plus, its fast-synchronizing USB connection is compatible with both the PC and Macintosh.

To set up the Handspring Visor Deluxe, we followed the Getting Started instructions printed on the software CD-ROM case, inserting the batteries, calibrating the touch screen, entering the date and time, connecting the included USB cradle to our PC (an optional serial cradle is available), installing the desktop synchronization software, and synchronizing the Visor with our PC. The entire setup process was straightforward and intuitive, requiring only about five minutes.

Fans of Palm Computing's Palm III line of connected organizers will have no difficulty using the Visor, as it runs on a licensed version of the Palm OS. All the popular Palm personal information management (PIM) applications are included and work exactly the same way as they do on the Palm. The Visor also uses Palm's Graffiti handwriting recognition system for text entry, which takes only a few minutes to learn and a few hours of practice to master. Handspring has added to the Palm OS an advanced date book, calculator, world clock, and support for floating-point math.

The Visor Deluxe comes with 8 MB of RAM, providing plenty of room for thousands of addresses, to-do items, and memos; hundreds of e-mail messages; and several years of appointments. It also includes a USB synchronization cradle, two AAA batteries, a stick-on Graffiti "cheat sheet," a leather slip case, a stylus, a Handspring logo decal, a Quick Reference Guide, inserts describing accessories and cases, and a software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM includes Palm Desktop Software 3.01, a software link to Microsoft Outlook, and the full-length User's Guide. However, the Visor Deluxe does not come with an AC adapter.

Using the Visor was intuitive and fun, just like the Palm III series organizers that it's based on. However, unlike the Palm, the Visor has an easily accessible expansion port that supports Springboard modules. For our tests, we installed a modem module, an 8 MB memory module, the Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf game, and a Physician's Desk Reference module (note that you can install only one module at a time). Installing these modules is very easy, and they can greatly increase the functionality, power, and usefulness of the Visor. (For more information, see the descriptions of the individual Springboard modules.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Visor. It takes the best of the popular Palm platform, and adds memory and expandability--all at a great price. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Runs the Palm OS and supports thousands of existing Palm applications
  • Expandable with Springboard modules
  • Good price

Cons:

  • No AC adapter included
... Read more

Features

  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and more
  • Important note: If you are running Windows 95/NT or using a non-USB Macintosh, you must order the Serial HotSync Cradle separately
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more
  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications

8. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Edge Blue, 8 MB, Palm OS, USB & AC Charger
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340XS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 57967
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Handspring Visor Edge is the thinnest, infinitely expandable hand- held computer. It's a slim, sleek, rechargeable Palm OS organizer with endless expansion possibilities. And because the Visor Edge has a unique detachable Springboard slot, it's completely expandable when you need it, and incredibly thin when you don't. Plus, it's plug-and-play so there are no drivers to load. Just snap in a Springboard module - like a phone, digital camera, MP3 player, and more - and it works! Based on the popular Palm OS, the Visor Edge has powerful organizing capabilities. In addition to an address book, to do list, and memo pad, there are extra features like an enhanced date book, advanced calculator and a world clock. Plus, it has new usability features like Fast Lookup, silent alarms, infrared synchronization, handy address duplication, improved security, and enhanced navigation. And, since it uses the Palm OS, you can download thousands of Palm-compatible applications, transfer all your existing Palm organizer data with one touch, and beam information to other Palm users. When it comes to synchronizing, the USB connection makes everything amazingly fast and easy. Using the USB cradle and HotSync technology you can back up, update or exchange information between your Visor Edge handheld and desktop computer in seconds. What's more, the Visor Edge is rechargeable, so you'll never have to deal with batteries again. The Visor Edge lasts for weeks on a single charge (based on normal usage; individual experience may vary) and recharges quickly - right in the cradle! The Visor Edge has other great features too, like a metal flip cover for screen protection without compromising size, and sleek metal stylus. ... Read more

Features

  • Features address book, to-do list, memo pad, date book, advanced calculator, and world clock
  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and more
  • Ultrathin, light handheld with cutting-edge design
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and more

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T Buy It!
Handpring Visor is a wonderful product.However, I would NOT buy a reconditioned one from Amazon. I bought one and it didnt work. Amazon send me a replacement and it didnt work either.

Save yourself some nerves and time --- get something else. ... Read more


9. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Edge Silver, 8 MB, Palm OS, USB & AC Charger
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340VK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 62409
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Handspring Visor Edge is a thin, lightweight Palm OS organizer thatcombines cutting-edge design with all the expansion capabilities you've come toexpect in a Visor handheld. It's all metal--from the stylus to the protectiveflip cover--and features a rechargeable battery that charges in the included USBdocking cradle.

In addition to such standard Palm OS applications as an address book, to-dolist, and memo pad, Handspring adds extra features such as an enhanced datebook,advanced calculator, and a world clock. Plus, the Visor Edge has new usabilityfeatures like Fast Lookup, silent alarms, wireless synchronization, addressduplication, improved security, and enhanced navigation. And since it uses thePalm OS, you can download thousands of Palm-compatible applications and beaminformation to other Palm users.

Using its unique detachable Springboard expansion slot, you can add a widevariety of Springboard modules whenever you want--from digital cameras and MP3players to wireless modems and modem connectors to cellular phones.

With a fast USB connection, synchronizing the Visor Edge handheld to your PC orMac is simple and faster than a normal serial connection. (An optional serialcradle also is available.) HotSync technology ensures all your data is backed upto your desktop PC.

The Handspring Visor Edge comes with a metal stylus, metal flip cover, USBrecharging cradle, AC power adapter, and detachable Springboard expansion slot.It also includes Palm Desktop software (for Windows and Macintosh) and a link toMicrosoft Outlook (Windows only).

Important note to customers: Your Visor comes with a free USB cradle, but notall computers and operating system are USB compatible. If your computer usesWindows 95 or NT or Mac OS 8.0 or below, or if your computer is not equippedwith USB ports, you'll need to purchase a serial recharging cradle tosynchronize your computer with your new Visor.

What's in the box

  • Visor Edge
  • USB HotSync cradle
  • 8 MB RAM
  • Internal rechargeable lithium ion batteries
  • Matching metal flip cover
  • Weighted metal stylus
  • AC power adapter
  • Detachable Springboard expansion slot
  • Palm Desktop software
... Read more

Features

  • Features address book, to-do list, memo pad, date book, advanced calculator, and world clock
  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and more
  • Ultrathin, light handheld with cutting-edge design
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and more

10. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Pro 16 MB PDA
by PalmOne

Asin: B00023411O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 50017
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Product Description

The Handspring Visor Pro is an infinitely expandable handheld with 16 MB of memory. This powerful, rechargeable handheld has plenty of room for just about all your business and personal needs - from databases and documents to photos and games. Plus, with the unique Springboard expansion slot, you can add even more functionality, such as a digital camera, wireless modem or PowerPoint presenter. Best of all, with no drivers to load, it's just plug-and-play - snap in a module and away you go. Running the popular Palm OS, Visor Pro does everything a Palm organizer does and more. In addition to an address book, to do list and memo pad, there are new features like Fast Lookup, an enhanced date book, advanced calculator and world clock, with thousands of other Palm-compatible applications available to download. What's more, you can transfer all your existing Palm organizer data with just one touch, and even beam information or programs to other Palm users.To top it off, the USB connection makes synchronizing with your desktop computer really fast - and really easy. You can back up, update or exchange information between your Visor Pro handheld and desktop computer using HotSync technology via the USB charging cradle supplied. Visor Pro is not just fast and powerful, it also offers the convenience of a rechargeable battery that charges in the HotSync cradle. ... Read more

Features

  • Use expansion slot to turn the Visor Pro into an MP3 player, modem, GPS receiver, and more with optional Springboard modules
  • Runs Palm operating system works with thousands of Palm OS applications; compatible with Windows 98, Me, and 2000 and Mac System 8.5 or later
  • 16 MB of memory and internal rechargeable battery
  • Built-in address book, to-do list, memo pad, date book, advanced calculator, silent alarm, and world clock

11. Reconditioned Palm IIIxe & Sipix A6 (Blue) Printer Bundle
by PalmOne

our price: $79.88
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00023410A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 87771
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

The Palm IIIxe handheld builds on earlier Palm III models by offering more memory and more options. Its 8 MB of RAM (four times the memory of the popular Palm IIIe) and 2 MB of flash ROM keep track of all your appointments, memos, to-do items, expense items, and e-mail, plus you can add thousands of third-party applications. Although the Palm IIIe and IIIx models have ample memory for many users, the Palm IIIxe better supports users who rely upon their organizer for data-heavy operations.

The Palm IIIxe is more powerful than its predecessors, but it retains all of the Palm IIIx's and IIIe's convenience features. It measures a mere 4.7 by 3.2 by 0.7 inches and weighs 6 ounces. Backing up and exchanging information with desktop PCs and popular PIMs requires just a touch of a button on the included HotSync cradle. The infrared port allows you to instantly beam business card information, phone lists, data, and applications to other infrared-equipped devices. It also features a sharp backlit LCD screen, legible in both dim and bright light.

The contents of the Palm IIIxe box include the Palm IIIxe handheld, a CD-ROM with an extensive assortment of Palm Desktop software applications, two AAA batteries, a DB-25 adapter, a HotSync cradle, a manual, and a Getting Started quick guide. You may further customize your Palm IIIxe organizer with third-party add-on peripherals such as modems or voice recorders. This device runs for approximately two months on just two AAA batteries and comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty.

What's in the box

  • Palm IIIxe
  • Protective flip cover
  • Stylus
  • Palm Desktop software
  • 2 AAA batteries
  • DB-25 adapter
  • HotSync cradle
  • Manual
  • Getting Started guide
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Features

  • 8 MB memory stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
  • Handheld portable thermal monochrome printer. 400 dpi resolution. Versatile IrDA (infrared) or serial connectivity
  • Integrated wireless connectivity in a slim package
  • Send and receive corporate and personal e-mail and get access to the Web without an external modem
  • Stay in touch with AOL Instant Messenger

12. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Deluxe Blue 8 MB Palm OS PDA with USB
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340VA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 64895
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Review

The Handspring Visor Deluxe is the hot new handheld that runs the popular Palm OS, so it's compatible with thousands of existing applications. It's also expandable with Springboard modules that can add extra memory or a modem, or transform your Visor into an MP3 player, video game, GPS receiver, and more. Plus, its fast-synchronizing USB connection is compatible with both the PC and Macintosh.

To set up the Handspring Visor Deluxe, we followed the Getting Started instructions printed on the software CD-ROM case, inserting the batteries, calibrating the touch screen, entering the date and time, connecting the included USB cradle to our PC (an optional serial cradle is available), installing the desktop synchronization software, and synchronizing the Visor with our PC. The entire setup process was straightforward and intuitive, requiring only about five minutes.

Fans of Palm Computing's Palm III line of connected organizers will have no difficulty using the Visor, as it runs on a licensed version of the Palm OS. All the popular Palm personal information management (PIM) applications are included and work exactly the same way as they do on the Palm. The Visor also uses Palm's Graffiti handwriting recognition system for text entry, which takes only a few minutes to learn and a few hours of practice to master. Handspring has added to the Palm OS an advanced date book, calculator, world clock, and support for floating-point math.

The Visor Deluxe comes with 8 MB of RAM, providing plenty of room for thousands of addresses, to-do items, and memos; hundreds of e-mail messages; and several years of appointments. It also includes a USB synchronization cradle, two AAA batteries, a stick-on Graffiti "cheat sheet," a leather slip case, a stylus, a Handspring logo decal, a Quick Reference Guide, inserts describing accessories and cases, and a software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM includes Palm Desktop Software 3.01, a software link to Microsoft Outlook, and the full-length User's Guide. However, the Visor Deluxe does not come with an AC adapter.

Using the Visor was intuitive and fun, just like the Palm III series organizers that it's based on. However, unlike the Palm, the Visor has an easily accessible expansion port that supports Springboard modules. For our tests, we installed a modem module, an 8 MB memory module, the Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf game, and a Physician's Desk Reference module (note that you can install only one module at a time). Installing these modules is very easy, and they can greatly increase the functionality, power, and usefulness of the Visor. (For more information, see the descriptions of the individual Springboard modules.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Visor. It takes the best of the popular Palm platform, and adds memory and expandability--all at a great price. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Runs the Palm OS and supports thousands of existing Palm applications
  • Expandable with Springboard modules
  • Good price

Cons:

  • No AC adapter included
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Features

  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and more
  • Important note: If you are running Windows 95/NT or using a non-USB Macintosh, you must order the Serial HotSync Cradle separately
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more
  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications

13. Handspring 1030NA-VST1 Treo 270
by Handspring

Asin: B00006I5BI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Handspring
Sales Rank: 147392
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Features

  • NOTE - The Treo 270 REQUIRES VoiceStream Activation That Is NOT Available Thru JandR.com, Our Toll Free Phone Number, or Mail Order Operation
  • NOTE - This Treo 270 Has A Chip That Only Accepts East Coast Activation Numbers
  • Full Color Screen for easy to read text & brighter images
  • 16 MB of Memory
  • Backlit Keyboard

14. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Deluxe Green 8 MB Palm OS PDA with USB
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340YM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 71257
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Amazon.com Review

The Handspring Visor Deluxe is the hot new handheld that runs the popular Palm OS, so it's compatible with thousands of existing applications. It's also expandable with Springboard modules that can add extra memory or a modem, or transform your Visor into an MP3 player, video game, GPS receiver, and more. Plus, its fast-synchronizing USB connection is compatible with both the PC and Macintosh.

To set up the Handspring Visor Deluxe, we followed the Getting Started instructions printed on the software CD-ROM case, inserting the batteries, calibrating the touch screen, entering the date and time, connecting the included USB cradle to our PC (an optional serial cradle is available), installing the desktop synchronization software, and synchronizing the Visor with our PC. The entire setup process was straightforward and intuitive, requiring only about five minutes.

Fans of Palm Computing's Palm III line of connected organizers will have no difficulty using the Visor, as it runs on a licensed version of the Palm OS. All the popular Palm personal information management (PIM) applications are included and work exactly the same way as they do on the Palm. The Visor also uses Palm's Graffiti handwriting recognition system for text entry, which takes only a few minutes to learn and a few hours of practice to master. Handspring has added to the Palm OS an advanced date book, calculator, world clock, and support for floating-point math.

The Visor Deluxe comes with 8 MB of RAM, providing plenty of room for thousands of addresses, to-do items, and memos; hundreds of e-mail messages; and several years of appointments. It also includes a USB synchronization cradle, two AAA batteries, a stick-on Graffiti "cheat sheet," a leather slip case, a stylus, a Handspring logo decal, a Quick Reference Guide, inserts describing accessories and cases, and a software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM includes Palm Desktop Software 3.01, a software link to Microsoft Outlook, and the full-length User's Guide. However, the Visor Deluxe does not come with an AC adapter.

Using the Visor was intuitive and fun, just like the Palm III series organizers that it's based on. However, unlike the Palm, the Visor has an easily accessible expansion port that supports Springboard modules. For our tests, we installed a modem module, an 8 MB memory module, the Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf game, and a Physician's Desk Reference module (note that you can install only one module at a time). Installing these modules is very easy, and they can greatly increase the functionality, power, and usefulness of the Visor. (For more information, see the descriptions of the individual Springboard modules.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Visor. It takes the best of the popular Palm platform, and adds memory and expandability--all at a great price. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Runs the Palm OS and supports thousands of existing Palm applications
  • Expandable with Springboard modules
  • Good price

Cons:

  • No AC adapter included
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Features

  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications
  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games, and m
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more
  • Includes USB HotSync cradle, snap cover, and leather slip case

15. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Graphite 2 MB Palm OS PDA with USB Cradle
by PalmOne

Asin: B00023411Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 71286
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Handspring Visor connected organizer is all you'll need to store thousands of names, addresses, appointments, memos, to-do items, expense items, and e-mail.Based on the popular Palm OS, the Handspring Visor is fully compatible with thousands of Palm Computing platform applications.Plus, Handspring has added features to the Palm OS like an advanced date book, calculator, world clock, and built-in floating-point math support.

The Visor offers a fast USB connection, making synchronizing your PC or Mac simple.Exchange of information between your hand-held and PC occurs with the touch of a button.HotSync technology ensures all your data is backed up and enables significantly faster synchronization with USB support than the normal serial connection.(An optional serial cradle is available.)

The Handspring Visor also stores 6,000 addresses, 5 years of appointments, 1,500 to-do items, 1,500 memos, and 200 e-mail messages. This model includes support for Lotus cc:Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and Qualcomm Eudora.Synchronization software for AOL, Lotus Notes, Netscape Communicator, and POP3 mail is sold separately.

The Handspring Visor is fully expandable with an external expansion slot that lets you add software and hardware modules (called Springboard modules) in a snap.Modules like an MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS receiver, or video game can be added to make an entirely new device.

The Handspring Visor comes with a HotSync cradle, stylus, Palm Desktop software (Windows and Mac), software link to Microsoft Outlook (Windows only), and 2 AAA batteries.

The Visor is covered by a one-year warranty.

What's in the box

  • Visor
  • HotSync cradle
  • Stylus
  • Palm Desktop software (Windows and Mac)
  • Software link to Microsoft Outlook (Windows only)
  • 2 AAA batteries
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Features

  • Supports optional expansion modules for MP3 player, pager, modem, GPS, video games
  • 2 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and memos
  • Fast synchronizing for your USB-equipped PC or Macintosh
  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications

16. Reconditioned Handspring Visor Platinum Silver 8 MB Palm OS PDA
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340Z6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 70149
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Amazon.com Review

One of Handspring's two new Visors running with the faster 33 MHzMotorola Dragonball VZ processor, the Visor Platinum offers a competitive optionto the Palm V series. Although it doesn't sport a color display like its newsibling, the Visor Prism, the Platinum offers 16 shades of gray, outputtingsharper graphics in games and applications. It also features 8 MB of memory likethe Visor Deluxe, providing plenty of room for storing contacts, notes, and e-mails.

But the Visor Platinum's selling point is its new processor, which performsfaster than other Visors or Palm handhelds (Handspring claims up to a 50 percentincrease in speed). While we didn't put a radar gun to the Platinum, itcertainly felt speedier than the Visor Deluxe--tapping on an application openedit almost instantaneously.

Using a USB cradle, our desktop synchronizations sped along nicely, usuallycompleted in just a few seconds unless we were adding applications.Additionally, since the Platinum uses the Palm OS, most third-party programswritten for Palm handhelds will work for the Platinum.

One difference between the Visor Platinum and the Palm V series that Handspringmost likely won't boast about is its size. Where the sleek Palm V series sportsa depth of only 0.4 inches, the Platinum retains the standard Visor form factorof 0.7 inches.

But when you've got the expandability that the Handspring's Springboard moduleslot offers--allowing you to add a digital camera, a cell phone, a Tiger Woodsgolf game, or an MP3 player--you don't need to quibble over slimness. Also, likeother Visors, the Platinum features a built-in microphone (though you'll need toadd a module, such as a voice recorder or the phone module, to use it).

If you're already a Palm or Handspring user, there may not be enough about thePlatinum to sway you to pick up this new product. But if you're looking for thecutting edge of handheld speed, the Platinum is ready and raring to go. --J.Curtis

Pros:

  • Fastest Palm OS processor around
  • 8 MB memory
  • Expandable using Springboard modules
Cons:
  • Thicker than Palm Vx
  • Microphone, but no voice recorder built in
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Features

  • Fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS applications
  • 50 percent faster than Handspring Visor Deluxe
  • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and more
  • Features address book, to-do list, memo pad, date book, advanced calculator, and world clock

17. Reconditioned Palm IIIxe, 8 MB, OS 3.5, Stylus & Serial Hot-Sync Connector
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340JW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 44702
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Product Description

You can't beat a Palm IIIxe connected organizer for sheer versatility. With the advanced enhancements of the latest Palm OS software and Flash ROM for easy upgrades, the Palm IIIxe organizer combines flexibility and power in an easy-to-use, pocket sized solution. The 8MB of storage offers ample capacity for adding heavy data and enterprise applications. Of course, it's every bit as sleek, smart and connected as any Palm III Series organizer. Sharp, clear LCD display makes viewing a breeze. Operates on just two AAA batteries.Use HotSync technology to synchronize with your PC or Macintosh to keep your data safe and always up-to-date. Choose from thousands of third-party applications and peripherals to customize your organizer. Browse off-line for your favorite web pages using AvantGo's Web Channel Manager. A link for Microsoft Outlook is included. The Palm IIIxe handheld has all the easy-to-use applications of other Palm handhelds: Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, E-Mail, Expense, Calculator, and Find applications. Palm offers additional options such as drag and drop links to Microsoft Excel and Word, Desktop import and export formats: CSV, TAB delimited, and TXT and expense report templates (Excel 5.0 or higher). Get the most versatility for your money. Get the Palm IIIxe connected organizer! ... Read more

Features

  • Integrated wireless connectivity in a slim package
  • Send and receive corporate and personal e-mail and get access to the Web without an external modem
  • Stay in touch with AOL Instant Messenger
  • 8 MB memory stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
  • What's in the box: Palm i705 handheld, USB HotSync cradle with built-in battery charger, manual, CD-ROM with software, Complete documentation, Protective flip cover

18. Reconditioned Palm VIIx PDA 8 MB, Palm OS, Stylus, Serial Hot-Sync Conn.
by PalmOne

Asin: B0002340KG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 47676
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

When the Palm VII was first released, it garnered a lot of geek chic, thanks to it being the first handheld to include an integrated wireless modem. With more and more wireless handheld devices and peripherals entering the market (such as the RIM Blackberry and the OmniSky Minstrel modem for the Palm V), is Palm's wireless entry still a viable alternative? Definitely (but with a caveat or two).

The Palm VIIx handheld has had its memory bumped up to 8 MB (from only 2 MB in the original Palm VII), and it includes all the practical features we've come to expect from Palm--the easy-to-learn (and use) Palm OS, a sharp screen with contrast-variable backlighting, and infrared beaming of information.

But it's the wireless connectivity--and the ease and quickness of installation and connection--that really makes the Palm VIIx shine. You'll first need to add the Palm VIIx's two AAA batteries, which are also used to charge the modem's internal, rechargeable ni-cad battery. It takes about 70 minutes to fully charge the device. But that'll give you time to play around with the other Palm apps or practice your Graffiti writing skills.

Once charged, we simply flipped up the radio transceiver antenna (which also turns on the screen) and connected to the Palm.net network in seconds. Then we set up our account and chose a monthly service plan--which reminded us that wireless ease doesn't come cheap. These plans range from $9.99 for 50 KB of information downloaded (and $0.20 per additional KB) to $44.99 for unlimited usage. The Palm.net site estimates that 50 KB equals about 150 downloaded Palm screens of information--which isn't that much if you're doing a bit of online shopping or checking of sports scores.

The other important factor to remember is that you won't be able to view the entire Internet. The Palm VII connects only to certain sites that offer Palm Query Applications (or PQAs), which send Web Clippings instead of HTML. These Web Clippings are specially configured minipages that minimize both display requirements (to fit on the Palm VII's screen) and bandwidth usage. Thus, while we weren't able to view the day's English Premier League scores on Soccernet, we could read headlines at ABC News, get driving directions with MapQuest, and check airline flight status using Travelocity. (The Palm VII comes with 22 Web Clippings, but you can download more from www.palm.net/apps--from Merriam-Webster's online dictionary to a Starbucks locator.)

E-mail was a snap using the included iMessenger app and the Palm.net e-mail address that we set up. This account won't hook up with an existing POP account, but there are several good third-party apps on the market that you can install to grab e-mail from your regular accounts.

Ultimately, the Palm VIIx--and persistent wireless connectivity--isn't for everyone because of its online limitations to proprietary Web Clippings. But with a lot still in its favor--the robust Palm OS organizer environment, hassle-free activation, quick connection to the wireless network, easy e-mailing, and good nationwide coverage (featuring about 260 major metropolitan areas)--the Palm VIIx handheld is still king of the wireless jungle. --Agen Schmitz ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless connectivity requires Palm.Net service, featuring several monthly subscription options
  • 8 MB RAM, 4 times the memory of the standard Palm VII handheld
  • Stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and memos
  • Provides instant access to the Internet, e-mail, and messaging

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Palm VIIx, You've got questions, I have answers!
Well, since wireless is a thing of the future, I guess this is no exception. While we think of Palms as, say, buisness tool, they can be used for lesure like surfing the web. While the little tool is limited to web page clippings, or special pages for smaller bandwith units. Now battery life is great, though. the 2 AAA batteries charge the unit so fast along with the modem. So, I really love this palm for my buisness and my leasure time. So, I give it 2 thubs up!!
Also, the palm has all of the features of the IIIxe, but with the wireless, so you have all of the ease of navagation. ... Read more


19. Nextel iDEN i50/80/90 to Handspring Visor Wireless Internet Cable
by Gomadic

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00023NQ8I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gomadic
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Product Description

Let Gomadic get your PDA on the wireless web the easy way! Using our unique mobile phone data connectivity cables, users can easily connect their PDA to the wireless web to send email, browse the Internet, send faxes, and more! ... Read more

Features

  • Connects PDA to Cell Phone for complete wireless web access and data connectivity
  • Supports all Handspring Visor Deluxe, Platinum, Prism, Neo, & Pro handheld PDAs
  • Works with all Nextel i30sx, i50sx, i55sr, i58sr, i60c, i80s, i85s, i88s, i90c, i95c, and i95cl phones
  • No separate hardware, software or service plans required
  • Professionally engineered and built; full lifetime warranty

20. Gomadic Wireless Internet Cable - Cellular phone to PDA cable
by Gomadic

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00023NQ92
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gomadic
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Product Description

Let Gomadic get your PDA on the wireless web the easy way! Using this unique Samsung to Handspring Visor mobile phone data connectivity cable, users can easily connect their PDA to the wireless web to send email, browse the Internet, send faxes, exchange instant messages and more! ... Read more

Features

  • Connects PDA to Cell Phone for complete wireless web access and data connectivity
  • Supports all Handspring Visor Deluxe, Platinum, Prism, Neo, & Pro handheld PDAs
  • Works with Samsung SCH3500, 6100, 8500, Uproar, A400, N200, N300, M100, and T300 phones
  • No separate hardware, software or service plans required
  • Professionally engineered and built; full lifetime warranty

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