hand-held computer

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a portable battery-powered computer small enough to be carried in your pocket

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As more people rely on instant access to computing power, and as hand-held computers become more versatile, personal and cost effective, sales of hand-held will attain even higher growth rates," Lu believes.
Worldwide Computer Products News-2 October 2000-Option International introduces GSM phone module for hand-held computers (C)1995-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
These new hand-held computers used by our wardens mean we are able to report and deal with problems more quickly.
In North Wales, hand-held computers will be used, but Richard Eccles, secretary of the Police Federation in the area, said officers were still unaware exactly how the scheme would work.
A total of 25 hand-held computers are being trialed at Metro stations and interchanges across Tyneside and Wearside.
These days, the most successful hand-held computer by far is the one that aspires to do the least.
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario -- Customers using Psion Teklogix 7535 hand-held computers can add the UHF RFID reader easily to their existing hardware, lowering the initial RFID investment cost
The route map is downloaded into the hand-held computer device, about the size of a television's remote control, which a traveler can carry.
NET based hand-held computer that delivers the flexibility and performance of the recently launched WORKABOUT PRO, in a smaller, lightweight form factor.
The likeliest may include Apple's printer business, the division that produces the Newton hand-held computer, or the company's new Pippin television set-top CD-ROM and Internet terminal.
The new hand-held computer combines the virtues of the PDA - size, battery life, low support costs, weight, as well as a touch screen and instant-on capabilities -- with the benefits of a laptop-large screen size, expansion and connectivity flexibility, and a full keyboard.
The newest version of Apple's previously maligned hand-held computer has features that make it easier for executives, who rely heavily on electronic mail, to keep in touch with the office.
The Smart-eCompact is a rugged hand-held computer with a full, alphanumeric keypad and integrated 2D scanner.
The developers of Apple's Newton hand-held computer, once counted among the walking dead, struggled through two painful years of ridicule and last month released a new version of their software that so far has received positive reviews.
This new technology is based on an idea developed by University of Alabama, Huntsville, senior research engineer Charlie Bosco that takes a hand-held computer, a Geiger counter and the GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) system to record real-time calculations of radiation readings at specific geographical points.