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Treo 90 Review

Mon Jul 1, 2002 - 12:21 AM EDT - By Michael Ducker

The Handheld

When you hear 4 oz, you really don't realize how light 4 oz really is. The Treo 90 is a whopping 58% the weight of the Visor Prism. For someone who has been using the Prism for a year now, this is an amazing reduction in weight. While it is not as thin as a Palm m515 or a Sony T615c, it is shorter and skinnier, making it appear smaller. The Treo 90 is the first handheld that I have no qualms about putting in my shirt pocket, and not having to worry about it looking bulky.

The case is an elegant bronze colored plastic and is rounded slightly on the back, causing it to comfortably rest in your hand. From the back one might easily mistake it for a Palm. Unluckily with the lack of any openings on the back, Handspring was unable to hide the Serial number and other info.

The Treo 90's removable flip lid is great. It snaps into place at a 135 degree angle. Its clear hard plastic let's you view the screen in full detail for checking the time, appointments and more.

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Product Info
> Name Treo 90
> Company Handspring
> OS Palms OS 4.1H
> Memory 16 MB
> Processor 33 MHz Motorola Dragonball VZ
> Expansion SD/MMC Cards
> Input Method QWERTY keyboard
> Color Bronze
> Size 4.2 x 2.8 x .65 inches
> Weight 4 oz.
> Display Transflective color STN display
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> Available
> $299

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