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Handspring Sport Case

Mon Jan 24, 2005 - 5:01 PM EST - By James Hromadka


It does not take a rocket scientist to use the Handspring Sport Case. It is a good case for active users that want to stow away the Treo in a bag or attach it to a backpack. It does not have any fancy features, so its uses will be limited to mostly outdoor activities. Since PalmOne bought Handspring, the case is also a good keepsake for those who remember the days of the Visor and the Springboard. At $14.95, the case is a great bargain for what it does.

Note: as Handspring is no more, quantities of the Sport Case are limited. I had trouble finding it anywhere besides the TreoCentral Store.

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Design 3
Usability 4
Protection 4
Cost/Benefit 4
(not an average)
  • Great protection
  • Handspring logo adds a retro look
  • Easy to attach to a backpack or bag
  • Roomy enough to accomodate a Treo wearing a skin case
  • Inexpensive
  • Cons
  • Not suited for office environments
  • Not waterproof
  • Dust and other particles can still get in through the top of the case
  • Discontinued so availability is limited

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    Product Info
    > Name Handspring Sport Case
    > Company Handspring
    > Weight 2.1 oz. / 6.0 g.
    > Fact Sheet & User Opinions
    > Discontinued
    > $14.95

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