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David Weiss Spent a Week with a Treo 300

David Weiss spent a week with the Handspring Treo 300 and wrote about it on O'Reilly's Wireless Devcenter. This is an interesting article because it includes screen shots of the full color Palm OS user interface as it appears on the Treo screen. From a pure prose perspective, the essay is quite similar to many Treo first impression articles.

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