Psion Organiser


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Psion Organiser

(computer)
A popular pocket computer from the UK Company Psion plc. The organiser uses a graphical user interface with windows, menus, icons and dialog boxes. There have been several versions so far: Series3a, Series3, HC, MC, OrgII.

Usenet newsgroups: news:comp.sys.psion, news:comp.binaries.psion.
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