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    Handera 330
    Author: Drew Lanclos
    Date Posted: March 5th, 2002
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: Given the amount of development between the TRGpro and the HandEra 330, I'm *extremely* excited about this new upcoming handheld. If you can do without the color (Count on it adding $100 or more to the sticker price), then I definitely suggest you consider the HandEra 330. It's both evolutionary *and* revolutionary.
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    Imagine my disappointment when, not even one month into my previous review of the TRGpro, TRG suddenly announced a name change and a brand new product. Granted, the TRGpro is an excellent PDA and well worth its salt, but I was so busy getting worked up and excited about that one that I felt rather disappointed when it wasn't the greatest thing on the market anymore!

    HandEra, the company formerly known as TRG brings to us today the HandEra 330, its newest offering to the competitive field of PalmOS devices, and personal digital assistants in general. Building upon the success of its TRGpro model, the HandEra 330 takes its design and builds and improves upon it in almost every single way possible. Letís take a look.


    • QVGA 240x320 high-resolution screen (16 grayscales - Measures 2.2" x 2.9")
    • 33MHz Dragonball-VZ RISC processor
    • 8 MB built-in RAM
    • 2 MB FlashROM
    • CompactFlash I/II+ interface
    • SecureDigital Memory/MMC interface
    • Built-in infrared port (IrDA v1.2)
    • Built-in microphone and speaker combination
    • Shuttle wheel and secondary button on left side
    • Brushed-steel casing
    • 4.7" x 3.2" x 0.7" (121 x 81 x 17 mm)
    • 5.9 oz. (167 g) with AAA alkaline batteries
    • 5.4 oz (153g) with optional lithium-ion batteries

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