All-in-One Gizmo?

Handspring's new personal digi-assistant may be the last gadget you'll ever need. If it works.

I am so glad that Handspring finally unveiled its glorious personal digital assistant last week. Now--maybe--I won't have to write about PDAs for a while. I am sick of them, frankly. That type of appliance just doesn't suit me. As a writer, Web browser and unrepentant Quake player, I'm strictly a laptop kind of guy. I demand more screen real estate than you get on a device small enough to fit in your shirt pocket. Also, I don't have enough friends or business associates to necessitate an e-address book.

But I've come to grips with the fact that I'm different from...

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