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EPOC

An operating system developed in the late 1980s for PDAs from London-based Psion. Supporting Java applications, e-mail, fax, infrared exchange and data synchronization with PCs, EPOC included a suite of PIM and productivity applications. It was later rebranded Symbian OS (see Symbian). See also epoch.
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The Psion EP10 is the most durable and comprehensive enterprise PDA on the market, enabling organizations, like Ferguson, to streamline their logistics processes.
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The new Psion EP10 is a small and durable PDA device that offers high performance, extensive features, communications capability and durability.
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With the Psion EP10, Ferguson has access to real-time data thanks to the device's signature capture, GPS and wireless capabilities.
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