2000 is the "Sport Utility" case for the Handspring
Visor, than the RhinoSkin RhinoPak
3000 (RP3000) would be the "Excursion" model. The RP3000 can hold
your Visor, its accessories, and then some.
The RP3000 is similar in design to
The front has a strap that you can insert pens into and a zippered mesh
pocket. The back has a zippered pocket, some straps, and some belt
loops. Inside the RP3000, there are places for your Visor, batteries,
and several springboards of any size. Just like the RP2000,
the zippers on the RP3000 are easy to get to because of the extensions
Seinfeld would have been carrying a Visor in that episode instead of
makeup, this case would be what he termed "European." There is a
strap that allows the RP3000 to be carried like a briefcase, and there
is also a longer detachable strap that can go over your shoulder, allowing
the case to be carried like a purse or gym bag. As I mentioned earlier,
there is plenty of room for pretty much everything in this case.
Securing the Visor uses the same
style straps as the RP2000.
You can place the Visor hard cover under the straps and then place the
Visor on top. If you secure the Visor this way, make sure you don’t
have anything sharp on the left side of the case that may scratch the screen.
This holds the Visor in fairly securely, although the straps are loose
because the RP3000 can hold much more. You could actually carry two
Visors in this case if you so desired.
There is so much room that the case
is almost too bulky. The RP3000 is roughly 9"x6½"x2", which
is pretty big for a case. You almost have to remove the Visor
when you are going to use it because of the size of the case. I think
the best use of this case will be for people who have a keyboard for their
Visor or want to carry other things in addition to the Visor. The
Outside Stowaway folding keyboard and the Visor should fit inside the
RP3000 just fine. You could also carry a cell phone, camera, disks,
socks, or anything else with your Visor in this case.