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World of Handhelds v1.0

Author:Hann-Ti Tan [Send Author Email]

May 07, 2003
January 06, 2009
Description:Ever wondered which was the first 1MB handheld, or the predecessor of the Pocket PC? Well, you can now find out all these and much more, with the World of Handhelds v1.0! From the Newton right up to the Dell Axim, you can get all that you want about all handheld computers right here!
Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:No
Sorting:All fields!
Comments:UPDATED! (05/06/03) Another 24 handhelds added! These include the early models of Handspring Visor, HP Jornada, Palm's m-series, HandEra 330 & TRGpro as well as the new Palm Tungsten W, Sony Clie NZ90, and Handspring Treo 90. More will be coming soon!
Version:HanDBase v.3.x or greater
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