My Visor goes to School
Tue Feb 6, 2001 - 11:25 AM EST - By
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My Visor goes to Sch... Good Software » Hardware Conclusion
Hardware is just as important as software, besides, a Stowaway keyboard, gives more ooo's and ahhh's than a Fitaly keyboard.
1. A nice case. You want to protect your Visor from the everyday tortures of school. I like the Flip-top ones, because it's so quick to get at your Visor.
2. A keyboard. Graffiti can't give you the speed of a keyboard, and the accuracy with a on-screen keyboard makes it tough. I recommend the Stowaway for it's size.
3. A back-up module. As I've previously mentioned, I can't spare to lose any data. A back-up module lets you back up when ever, where ever.
4. A nice set of NiMH rechargeable batteries. When you use your Visor for an two-three continuous hours a day, the batteries only last a week. Especially if your taking notes off an overhead, and the lights are out. The backlight eats batteries like I eat
candy. If you don't want to go to the trouble of having to replace your batteries all the time, try the FullCharge, recently reviewed here, on Visorcentral.com, or try the new Visor Power Kit.
5. A Screen Protector. This is more important than it sounds. With this, you can keep your screen new, forever. Make your own, or use Writerights, which you can buy anywhere they sell Visors or Palms. In school, your Visor can easily be scratched.