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sub·note·book

 (sŭb′nōt′bo͝ok′)
n.
A portable computer that is smaller than a notebook computer.

sub•note•book

(ˈsʌbˌnoʊt bʊk)
n.
a laptop computer smaller and lighter than a notebook, typically weighing less than 5 pounds (2.3 kg).
[1990–95, Amer.]
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HQ: Tokyo, President and CEO: Kenji Hamashima), today announced that the company will start offering the super-affordable, palm-top photo absorption sensor (PAS), PiCOEXPLORER[TM], manufactured by Ushio Inc.
JANUARY 10--The X PRIZE Foundation and Qualcomm Foundation announce the launch of the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder X PRIZE, a global innovation competition with the goal to revolutionize healthcare by giving consumers palm-top access to information about their own health.
Embassy officials then allegedly downloaded classified data from the transmitter using palm-top computers.
Other items stolen include batons, a can of CS gas, a riot shield, a pounds 300 palm-top computer and a BlackBerry device.
Major product categories in the 2010 shipments include MP3 players, portable multimedia players (PMPs), digital cameras, palm-top game consoles etc.
Since iPhone users are already familiar with the mix of internet accessibility and palm-top access, the leap to using the tap-to-download list and user-friendly network access screens are quite intuitive.
The keys to the vehicle were taken and their car stolen together with personal items including a lap-top and palm-top computer.
A palm-top computer, only slightly bigger than a new mobile phone, which holds everything from mugshots to crime scene descriptions is being tested in north Liverpool.
AS well as being a palm-top organiser this stainless steel handset is a satellite navigation system too.
In addition, Sony Corp intends to introduce a palm-top computer with touch screen and built-in keyboard in Japan on 27 May, and later in the US, working on Microsoft's Windows XP operating system, for around JPY170,000.
Visitors to Ruthin will soon be able to access information about the town on a PDA - a palm-top computer.
THE LAST people most farmers would like controlling European agricultural policy are glib public relations experts, armed with palm-top digital personal organisers and a sheaf of focus group studies.