Handspring Announces New Models, Accessories
As expected, Handspring introduced the Visor Pro and Neo today. (Read more about them in this previous article.) It also announced that the eyemodule2 digital camera has been added to its product line. This Springboard will be sold under the Handspring name for $200. The eyemodule2 provides full VGA imaging capabilities and mini-movies.
New accessories introduced today include a Visor belt clip holster, a stylus three-pack, and a number of new cases from InCase Designs that hold Visors and Springboard modules.
The Leather Belt Clip for VisorPhone has space for both the Visor and the mobile phone module. It allows access to the headset jack and buttons, too. It is available for $30.
The new Reversible case provides padded protection inside and out and is available in gray or gray on the outside and orange on the inside. It sells for $15.
A Visor and a few Springboards fit into the Mesh module case, which is available in two color choices, gray or gray on the outside and orange on the inside for $20.
The Flex module case, offered in gray, can carry and organize both small and larger-sized Springboard modules. A flexible center pocket provides room for a Visor and smaller Springboard modules or a few larger Springboard modules, and it also has space for other items too, such as earphones, extra styli, and batteries. It costs $30.
The Folio module case, also available in gray, accommodates a Visor, a folding keyboard, and a few Springboard modules, with extra pockets for credit cards, cash, and other essentials. It features a case grip that holds the Visor securely in place while keeping the Springboard expansion slot accessible. It sells for $40.
All of these are available now.
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