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    Palm info center has a story rumoring a Prism 2. The photo of it looks awesome but how real is it. It is said to have 240x320 resolution too.

    http://www.palminfocenter.com/view_Story.asp?ID=2255

    Looks too good to be true eh? Can Handspring be trying to work its way back into my hands. Only time will tell.
    -Mikedemo
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    I think Handspring is giving us all a HandJob..... 2.0
    That IS a Palm III form-factor in my pocket, AND I'm happy to see you.
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    Originally posted by mikedemo
    Palm info center has a story rumoring a Prism 2. The photo of it looks awesome but how real is it. It is said to have 240x320 resolution too.

    http://www.palminfocenter.com/view_Story.asp?ID=2255

    Looks too good to be true eh? Can Handspring be trying to work its way back into my hands. Only time will tell.
    If it's true, Handspring needs to do some friggen spell-checking. I don't recall seeing an "Adress" application before.

    Look closely at the first picture. The active category is HandSpring. While this is not proof in and of it's self, (HandSpring could very well add this category to a shipping device or the rumor provider created it) it is odd that both non-Handspring apps and non-apps (Notepad, Prefs, etc) are listed with HandSpring made apps. Additionally, the inclusion of "Schedual+" and "Mail+" but the exclusion of "Schedual" and "Mail" which is not in line with current HandSpring proceedures.

    Also the "Mail+" icon is the same as the standard "Mail" icon. While this is possible, it would break HandSprings own precedence of adding a little "+" to the icon.

    Looking at the second picture, it just looks like it was Raytraced.

    Beyond all that, I really don't believe that HandSpring would reverse thier "no FlashROM" policy.
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