Touted as the world's first "Pure Linux PDA". Multiple Linux games were packaged specifically for it.
The first video game about Agenda PDA was released in 1998.
Agenda VR3 model:
- 32 bit NEC MIPS processor running at 66MHz
roughly four times the speed of Handspring Visors or the Palm V & IIIx lines
- 2MB, 4MB, or 8MB of flash storage depending on model
comparable to high-end Palms and Visors.
- display is a 160x240 pixel LCD
backlit, with a digital contrast control
slightly more screen area than Palms and Visors
higher resolution than the 160x160 displays of Palms
- powered by two AAA batteries
- audio input/output jacks for microphones, speakers, and headphones
though it won't be shown at LinuxWorld, support for an MP3 player is planned