transportable computer

transportable computer

[tranz′pȯrd·ə·bəl kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A microcomputer that can be carried about conveniently but, in contrast to a portable computer, requires an external power source.
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Dolch, the world leader in delivering rugged portable computer solutions, will display its latest fully sealed metal transportable computer called MilPAC(TM) at ISA 2002.
Before the first true notebook was introduced, just a few years ago, the only option traveling accountants who wanted to bring along their own computers had was to lug around the so-called transportable computer, which weighed about 20 pounds and was the size of a large picnic cooler.
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Along with the recent introduction of the ZEOS Contenda 486 subnotebook computer, we believe that the new 486 Freestyle places ZEOS squarely at the forefront of transportable computer technology and value.
Hill, the CHS-2 award will result in Codar supplying a ruggedized high capacity and transportable computer unit, ruggedized SPARC stations, ruggedized high resolution color monitors and ruggedized data storage subsystems.
Sales mix by product category for the fourth quarter of 1992 consisted predominantly of desktop products, with the balance consisting of transportable computer products and non-systems revenue.
In addition, the Air Defense Command and Control System (ADCCS) and AFATDS purchased Transportable Computer Units, Handheld Computer terminals and related peripherals totaling $6.
5 billion for GTE Government Systems ("GTE") to supply computer workstations, transportable computers, and hand-held computers to the Army.
As small, transportable computers get both lighter and more powerful, accountants are adding them to their professional toolbox.

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