With the Visor came a different location for the Ir Port and the challenge
of finding a case that can also hold a Springboard module. We haven't
seen many cases that can take oversized modules, but we have seen some
great strides in beltclip cases. With handhelds becoming the "brain"
of many users, it is important to be able to always have the Visor at one's
side while protecting it at the same time. The winner of the Carrying
Case of the Year does not necessarily need to be a beltclip case, but it
must allow the user to get at the Visor quickly.
A relative newcomer to the carrying case market, Rhodiana has made an
extremely usable beltclip case for the Handspring Visor. This case
has a lid that folds out of the way and has a cutout for the Ir port of
the Visor. With a simple to use beltclip and a reasonable price,
the Rhodiana Visor case is a favorite of many of the readers of VisorCentral.
This was one of the first Visor-specific cases released, and it is still
James: This was my primary case
for a very long time. Easy to use and has decent protection for the
Visor. You can't go wrong with this case.
Marcus: James never would let me have his case, so I can't
comment on it. I have noticed, however, that it has a very high User
Rating, so it seems to be very popular.
Honorable Mention: E&B
Another great case is the E&B Slipper Visor, which is available
without a beltclip for those that dont want to attach their Visor to their
belt. This case is slim enough to be let you carry the Visor in your
pocket and has space handy for some of your business cards.
Stylus of the Year >>