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This week at the INTERGEO Conference, Juniper Systems caused a stir of excitement with the announcement of their newest rugged handheld computer—the Allegro 2™. Logan,
LIDKÖPING, Sweden, September 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Handheld Group [http://www.handheldgroup.com ], a leading manufacturer of rugged mobile computers, today announced
New 4000mAh Mugen Battery doubles the life of Nokia XL, enables it to stay connected longer without recharges and make more with the smartphone than ever before. Hong
LIDKÖPING, Sweden, September 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Handheld Group [http://www.handheldgroup.com ], a leading manufacturer of rugged mobile computers and smartphones,
A new, hand-held dispensing device from METTLER TOLEDO has received a Red Dot award in recognition of high design quality, expressing innovation in form and function in an exemplary manner.
Supply chain hardware reseller Datex recently introduced the Motorola TC55 Touch Handheld Mobile Computer, ideal for field service workers and couriers. Clearwater,
Crystal clear communications and long battery life help businesses improve productivity LOS ANGELES, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Businesses can now communicate more effectively with the new
To celebrate Everybody Deserves a Massage Month, Emassagechair.com is giving away 5 handheld massagers. Las Vegaas, NV (PRWEB) July 04, 2014 Everybody
The Gizmondo is a handheld gaming console released on March 19, 2005 by Tiger Telematics. The original device was called Gametrac and first published on its website in October 2003 regarding a new device being developed. In January 2004 it debuted as a concept product; it was renamed the Gizmondo in August 2004. It was released in the United Kingdom on March 19, 2005. An estimated 4,500 units were expected to sell in the first hour of release but only 1,000 were purchased. In Sweden,...
The Sega Nomad is a handheld gaming console also known as the Sega Genesis Nomad. It was released by Sega on October 13, 1995 as a portable version of the home based unit the Sega Genesis. This unit is one of the few systems that can play most of the games from any region without an adapter. The system sold around one million units before it was discontinued in 1997. It was codenamed Project Venus during its development as Sega’s policy during that era was to name their systems after...
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.