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Ah, PalmOS devices, one of my favorite topics. I am lucky enough that my wife keeps fueling my addiction to those little gadgets. I bought a Palm V for myself, then my wife got me an Ice Visor (yes, I voted for Ice, it's waaaay cool) for Christmas, and a Palm VII for our anniversary in May. Now, although I like the Ice look (and the 8MB in the Visor) I can't live now without the wireless connectivity of the Palm VII, and I agree with Adam that the metal finish of the Palm V is much slicker than any plastic finish could possibly achieve, and you just can't beat rechargeable batteries.

So I'm waiting for (Palm, are you listening? :-)) a device with:

  • the looks and size of the Palm V
  • 8MB of RAM
  • wireless connectivity (OmniSky doesn't have coverage where I live - bummer)
  • a color screen!
Oh well, I guess I can dream...

--ZZamboni


In reply to RE: My favorite color for the Handspring Visor is... by ZZamboni
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