desktop device

desktop device

(1) Any product that is used on the desktop.

(2) A Windows or Mac machine. The term is used to contrast a desktop computer with a laptop or handheld device. See Internet appliance.
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Manchester City Council is looking for a new desktop device supplier from November 2014.
Wireless and broadband communications company Motorola Inc (NYSE: MOT) announced on Thursday (3 January) the introduction of its CPEi 100 WiMax desktop device, an addition to the company's portfolio of WiMAX customer premises equipment (CPE).
Other features include an USB connection, a variety of mounting and card presentation options and reading/writing capability in the same desktop device.
The first thing is to separate your network computing software architecture decisions from desktop device decisions, and think where terminal devices would be appropriate.
The Premium has been designed to accommodate the most demanding business needs in a single desktop device.
The new Color imageCLASS MF8180C from Canon provides those smaller operations with the flexibility to choose the color output, capacity, and value-added features they require in a single desktop device.
The Ovation MCU 2000 is a third-generation (3G) wireless HSDPA stand-alone desktop device that unifies currently deployed Wideband Code-Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) networks with 802.
Other World Computing (OWC) and four-time Emmy nominated musician Roger Adler announced today the launch and immediate availability of the Daily Guitar Jam Widget, a free interactive informational, educational entertainment desktop device for musicians, songwriters, producers, MCs, home recording enthusiasts and individuals interested in the entertainment industry.
org/ -- Key players in the mobile industry have reached a preliminary agreement on best practices for mobile Web content, an important step in W3C's project to make Web access from a mobile device as simple, easy, and convenient as Web access from a desktop device.
Telefonica Moviles will offer customers in Spain, Novatel Wireless' product, a stand-alone desktop device that unifies the Telefonica Moviles 3G UMTS network with 802.
The desktop device architecture incorporates programming that enables a linearly scalable frequency adjustment as opposed to the commonly used discrete stepping approach, providing enthusiasts the ability to fine-tune their system for better performance.