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: 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.
Excerpt: The Neo, which is comparable to the Visor Platinum, comes with a choice of transparent case colors (smoke, red, and blue) and is packed with the latest Handspring version of the Palm OS (3.5.2H3). Positioned as a combination value and performance device, this version also includes a new Fast Lookup feature for finding contacts. One note on the case colors: Fingerprints showed up quickly on the dark-blue test model.