Excerpt: Handspring's product lineup is getting crowded with choices. The Handspring Visor Neo is suitable for consumers, and there are two equally good selections for mobile pros: the Visor Pro and the Visor Edge. All three have monochrome displays, which limit their use for games and entertainment applications; however, the Springboard expansion slot (integrated on the Neo and Pro, removable on the Edge) is an extremely convenient way to accessorize.
Conclusion: The Neo is a decent low-end model. At $200 it is a bit more expensive than its competition, though. If you aren't interested in some of the new bells and whistles, the Visor Deluxe is just $130 now. However, those bells and whistles are nice and so is the faster processor and cool semi-transparent casing.
Pros: Uses most Visor peripherals, Cool-looking casing, Fast Lookup in Address Book
Cons: Design starting to look dated, Reversing backlight
Excerpt: Présentant les mêmes caractéristiques que le Visor , le Neo se contente d'une ancienne version de PalmOS 3.5, modifiée par Handspring et censée offrir les mêmes fonctions que les assistants personnels concurrents intégrant PalmOS 4.0. L'offre logicielle est toujours aussi complète et comprend notamment Datebook+, un agenda amélioré, une horloge mondiale.