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cordless

(of an electrical device) operated by an internal battery so that no connection to mains supply or other apparatus is needed
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Liberty Plus: With a net that is 50% larger than the corded Liberty, the Mosquito Magnet(R) Liberty Plus uses a state-of-the-art hybrid power system to cordlessly protect yards up to one acre.
Socket's new BlueSoleil(TM) software allows Bluetooth(R) wireless technology to be installed on tablets, laptops, notebooks and desktop systems, and then communicate cordlessly with Socket's growing family of external cordless peripheral products -- award winning Global Positioning System (GPS), 56K Modem, Cordless Serial Adapter (CSA), and the forthcoming bar code reading Cordless Hand Scanner (CHS).
The technology will enable Recon users to cordlessly communicate with devices such as PCs, printers and mobile telephones without requiring a cable.
The scanned images are then transformed into computer-readable text by an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) system, which stores the information as an editable text file in C-Pen, which can then be transferred cordlessly to a Windows 95/98, NT/Windows 2000-based PC, or Palm via a built-in infrared port.
Text that is "read" by C Pen is transferred to the Windows 95/98 or Windows NT based PC cordlessly by infrared communications.
Socket's Bluetooth Personal Network Card plugs into the CompactFlash slots of the popular handheld devices and uses Bluetooth wireless technology to exchange data cordlessly at ranges of up to 30 feet.
Using software products such as Microsoft's "Windows for Workgroups," the adapters can also be used for peer-to-peer networking, cordlessly connecting individual PCs without requiring Access Points or a connection to the wired LAN.
Socket's Bluetooth Personal Network Card plugs into the CompactFlash slot of popular Windows-based palm-top computers and uses Bluetooth wireless technology to exchange data cordlessly at ranges of up to 30 feet.
Socket's cards will enable users to connect cordlessly to Bluetooth enabled mobile phones for wireless web browsing, e-mail, or remote access to corporate networks.