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handheld:

see personal digital assistantpersonal digital assistant
(PDA), lightweight, hand-held computer designed for use as a personal organizer with communications capabilities; also called a handheld. A typical PDA has no keyboard, relying instead on special hardware and pen-based computer software to enable the
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A handful of elementary schools and middle schools have received enough grant money to offer each teacher a handheld and conduct a series of technology workshops.
0, additional security features are offered though full support of AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) and content protection on the handheld with local data encryption.
Microsoft Pocket PC is a specialized version of the Windows OS that has been trimmed down to run on handheld PDAs.
I am thrilled to have Bob join our board," said Jeff Oscodar, president and CEO of HandHeld Entertainment.
As a principal, in the beginning I was concerned about elementary students using handheld technology.
Presenter-to-Go is compatible with the broadest range of handheld devices and smartphones, including Palm OS based devices from: Palm, Kyocera and Sony; and Pocket PC devices from: Dell, Hewlett Packard, and Toshiba.
Japanese next-generation handheld games console uptake, 2005 - 2010
Students are very excited about the possibilities to share writing and to engage in peer editing through beaming or simply by carrying their handheld to a friend's desk.
PocketJournal synchronizes Microsoft Outlook's Journal function, which allows handheld computer users to log phone calls, meetings and other activities into their handheld.
As with earlier ZVUE models, HandHeld Entertainment will continue its practice of using secure digital (SD) memory as the storage media for the ZVUE 260.
Teaching with a handheld computer is also explained.
Files downloaded to the handheld can be beamed to other handhelds or uploaded to other PCs.