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The creative minds at InnoPocket have added another exciting accessory to their lineup and in the process have heated up the CF Adapter market for the Handspring Visor. Read all about it in our hands on review.
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Why don't.....

I.M. Anonymous @ 5/29/2001 8:30:52 PM #
Why don't people start producing SD Card assecories, instead of pumping out these things strictly for Visors?

RE: Why don't.....
JET8810 @ 5/29/2001 9:03:31 PM #
because the standard for I/O for sd is not completed...this must pass some tests before people cna develop using it.

Because Handspring VISORs RULES !!!!
redartic @ 5/29/2001 10:35:39 PM #
Because Handspring Visor product RULES!!!
And it kicks asses.


RE: Why don't.....
I.M. Anonymous @ 5/30/2001 1:01:42 AM #
I might also point out that you can buy a visor which can do 95% of the stuff the m500 can do for half the price of the m500 (and you can pick one up at target or wal-mart).

There are a LOT of Visors out there and they work very well. If I were building PDA add-ons, I think I would want to sell to the huge audience of visor users rather than the few early-adopter m500 users.

I would love to have a 500 or 505 but those things are waaaaay too expensive for the average person. When the greyscale gets a little below $299 or the color below $349, I think there will be lots of SD stuff on the market.

Mini-CD is a mistake

I.M. Anonymous @ 5/30/2001 11:45:21 AM #
"Shrinkwrap" software products should not be distributed on mini-CD media. There are some computers (mostly laptops) with slot-loading drives that will choke on this format. I hope that they're prepared for the angry support calls on this one.

RE: Mini-CD is a mistake
I.M. Anonymous @ 5/30/2001 7:20:18 PM #
Mini-CD's actually cost more to make too! I don't know what they were thinking.



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