Got an old Handspring visor?,
This review is from: PalmOne Tungsten T and T2 Slim Leather Case P10895U (Office Product)
Been looking for cases for the Tungsten and not impressed. The case should address the following problems:
* prevent it accidentally coming on
* prevent you losing parts
* easy access
* not to expensive
Palms offerings provide a fair degree of protection, but do not isolate the palm from its surroundings (ever put your phone or PDA in your pocket to find a melted chocolate bar go all over it <g>). Palms offerings do not protect all the buttons so its easily turned on accidentally in a pocket. I recommend 'Power' from palmcentral.com to remedy buttons turning the unit on accidentally. The big problem is losing parts! Places ive looked are out of stock of tungsten pens? Why? Cos people keep losing them i presume. The design is really cool, yet not practical. You knock the unit and the pen falls out. Same with memory card - i suggest taping it in. My memory card was perpetualy falling out with the standard clear cover (which incidentally clips on the back when not in use). Easy access scores highly for palms cases with cutouts for certain buttons. WHY they have a cutout for the ON button I DONT know!! i feel all palms cases cost way too much.
I ended up using my original handspring visor case. the device fits snugly in the case and wont fall out too easily. it goes in both open and closed if you so desire. it has protection all around from extranneous pocket trash, and the because the top of the case is a little longer than the unit you wont lose your pen so easily. I suggest wiring a spare pen to the case!
No idea if you can buy the handspring case, but if you have one lying around give it a go, or wait for BodyGlove's offering.