palmtop computer


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palmtop computer

(ˈpɑːmˌtɒp) or

palmtop

n
(Computer Science) a computer that has a small screen and compressed keyboard and is small enough to be held in the hand, often used as a personal organizer. Often shortened to: palmtop Compare laptop
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Amongst the items taken were two Sony laptops, an IBM laptop, an Olympus digital camera, a palm Zire palmtop computer and a Motorola mobile phone.
And all this is stuffed into a phone that it 2mm thinner than the Motorola RAZR and about as long as a standard palmtop computer.
Also, by enlisting volunteers to receive a palmtop computer rather than assigning residents to receive them, those with previous knowledge and interest in computers might have been self-selected.
Kauppalehti Online, the online service of Alma Media's business newspaper Kauppalehti, has launched two new AvantGo channels for palmtop computer users.
Psion Plc, the London-based palmtop computer maker and software developer, has produced a predictably dismal set of financial results as it shares the burden of building up the Symbian joint venture and struggles to avert the decline in sales of its palmtops and industry products.
It is being developed by Symbian, in which British palmtop computer group Psion has the major stake.
Finally, Hunkar will introduce a Machine Qualifier Kit, which includes Class-Meter module, sensors, software, and a palmtop computer that can communicate with the machine monitor via infrared without need for a network.
Psion has two new additions to its family of palmtop computers: the Series 3c palmtop computer and the Siena organizer.
The palmtop computer, second last year, didn't make the top 10:
Psion Plc, the London-based palmtop computer maker and operating system developer, will give investors an anxious time over the next twelve months.
It lets users capture expenses on a palmtop computer when and where they occur -- over lunch, in a cab, or in-flight.
Add a Hewlett Packard 200LX palmtop computer, which weighs about 19 ounces and costs around $500, and the physical requirements are met.