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Handspring’s Visor Passes Pocket PC
After less than a quarter in retail outlets, Handspring’s Palm-OS based Visor has sprung past Windows-based handhelds in market share.
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The Handspring Visor Goes Wireless ~Look out Palm VII!
The Palm VII has the advantage of being an all-in-one device, however the Handspring Visor comes with 8MB of RAM and can be upgraded, allowing a user adequate room for growth.
: The Handspring Visor Goes Wireless ~Look out Palm VII! The Handspring Visor Goes Wireless ~Look out Palm VII! P. Hayes - July 21, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - July 21, 2000 Event Summary At the New York PC Expo in June, OmniSky Corporation, a provider of branded wireless Internet services for users of handheld mobile devices, confirmed its plan to bring wireless Internet and e-mail services to the Handspring Visor. Market Impact Well, the Visor is not going to be quite an all-in-one unit like the Palm
Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news, sports, weather, e-mail, driving directions, and yellow pages.
: Palm s immediate competition, the Visor from Handspring, which is more flexible and more cost effective in add-ons from memory to modems. Palm.net is the service provider for the Palm VII allowing US Nationwide coverage as shown in diagram 1. (Source: Palm, Inc.) Service in major metropolitan areas is good, however in more rural areas the service is non-existent, which is par for the wireless industry as a whole. Diagram1. Palm.net has also improved its pricing plans for varying levels of service for the
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