A personal digital assistant (PDA) platform launched by Microsoft and several partner hardware vendors in April 2000. Pocket PCs, which work with Microsoft's Windows CE operating system, represent a major initiative to gain a major share of the PDA market, once dominated by the Palm-compliant devices, which run the Palm OS operating system. See PDA, Windows CE and Palm.
a generic term for a handheld computer running the Windows CE operating system; see "Windows CE" for more information.
Handheld operating system developed by Microsoft – generic term for handheld devices which run Windows Mobile.
A handheld personal computer (also called palmtop PC).
The newest type of palm-size PDA. It runs the latest version of the Windows CE operating system: Windows for Pocket PC. In addition to using a unique OS, Pocket PCs differ from most other palm-size computers in that they're slightly larger, have color screens, and include more built-in storage capacity.
A Pocket PC is a Microsoft class of PC devices that has a quarter-sized VGA screen (320 by 240 pixels).
a computer in a handheld size that runs a variation of the operating system
a handheld computer that allows users to use various software similar to those used on a desktop or laptop computer
a handheld computer, which features many of the same capabilities as a modern PC
a handheld device that you interact with by using a stylus to point to things on a touch-sensitive screen
a handheld device with organizer and basic computing functions
a PDA powered by a small version of Windows dubbed Windows Mobile
a popular PDA or Birding Software Wildlife Computing
a popular PDA or Personal Digital Assistant that contains much of the power of the Windows desktop in a form factor the size of a small pocket book
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a portable handheld pc that can act as a client or remote for Xlobby and your HTPC
a scaled down version of the full sized computer you use in the home or office
a small handheld computer, about the size of a calculator
a small handheld computer with a vivid color screen that is used with a stylus to provide input
a small handheld computer you can use to manage your appointments, to create documents by using Microsoft Word or Excel, to look for the contact details of one of your customers, family or friends, and much more
a type of PDA ( Personal Digital Assistant ) that runs a customised, specific version of the Microsoft Windows CE operating system
a type of Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), and it is a handheld pocket computer
a variety of handheld computer that runs a version of Windows CE/Windows Mobile
a Windows computer - it runs the Windows CE operating system, a stripped down version of Windows compared to the versions on desktop and laptop computers
Handheld computer that runs the Windows CE/Windows Mobile operating system and compatible software. Devices usually have a colour screen and allow you to browse the Web, use email, play music, and more.
A computer that fits in the palm of your hand which runs the latest Windows CE Operating System 3.0. Includes Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks as well as other applications. For more information read Pocket PC Articles and the PC Companion Feature Comparison.
Pocket PC is a type of operating system (OS) for a PDA. Other operating systems include Palm OS and Microsoft Windows CE.
A device that runs on Microsoft's Windows CE operating system.
Microsoft's latest operating system for handheld or PDA devices. There are currently several hardware manufacturers selling devices that come with Pocket PC: Compaq (iPaq), HP (Jornada 545 & 548) and Casio (Cassiopeia E115). Pocket PCs come with Microsoft Reader pre-installed. For more see Pocket PC eBooks Watch - ceBooks.blogspot.com.
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A mobile device that stores and manages personal information and calendars and can act as a companion to a desktop PC by synchronizing and facilitating data and data transfer and data editing.
A Pocket PC can be considered a PDA, but has more computing power and capabilities than a conventional organizer. Pocket PCs run on the Windows CE 3.0 operating system.
A major line of PDA's that run a modified version of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It's like having a PC in your pocket - hence the clever name.
A handheld computer this is only compatible with the Windows operating system.
Term coined by Microsoft to describe the successor to their palm-size PC. These devices are compact, keyboard-less slates running the Windows CE operating system. The Pocket PC's primary functions are information access, light productivity, PIM, email, and reading offline Internet content.
The term adopted by Microsoft and its supporters to describe handheld computers employing Microsoft's Pocket PC operating system.
A handheld Windows-based computer that runs the Pocket PC operating system (formerly Windows CE). The Pocket PC operating system (Version 3.0 of Windows CE) adds a new interface along with greater stability, Pocket Office applications (Internet Explorer, Word and Excel), handwriting recognition, an e-book reader, wireless Internet and longer battery life. The Pocket PC was designed to compete more directly with the popular Palm devices.
Software for personal digital assistants (PDAs) and any PDA that uses that software.
A handheld computer that runs the Microsoft Pocket PCÂ® operating system or Microsoft Windows Mobileâ„¢ 2003 for the Pocket PC. Typically includes features such as word processing and spreadsheet applications, handwriting recognition and wireless Internet access. See Also: Windows Mobile
A class of PC devices that has a quarter VGA screen (320 by 240 pixels), or roughly, a device that can fit in your pocket. Pocket PC also refers to one of the Microsoft platforms that are based on the Windows CE operating system and used to develop mobile devices.
Mobile operating system developed by Microsoft®, which runs on third party devices.
a handheld Windows-based computer or PDA that runs the Pocket PC operating system (formerly Windows CE) by Microsoft. The Pocket PC operating system features Pocket Office applications (Internet Explorer, Word and Excel), handwriting recognition, an e-book reader, and wireless Internet capability. The main alternative to the Pocket PC is the Palm OS.
A PDA running the Windows operating system
an upgraded version of Windows CE that offers greater stability and a new interface. Features include mobile Internet capabilities, an e-book reader, and handwriting recognition.
A Microsoft operating system designed specifically for PDAs and other hand held devices.
A handheld computer that runs a Microsoftâ€(tm)s Pocket PCÂ® O/S or a Windows Mobile 2003 for the Pocket PC. The typical Pocket PC includes features such as word processing and spreadsheet applications, handwriting recognition and wireless Internet access. See also Windows Mobile.
general name for models of handheld computers manufactured by Casio, Hewlett Packard, and Compaq. Operating software is by Microsoft.
A Pocket PC, abbreviated P/PC or PPC, is a Microsoft trademark Pocket PC is a Trademark of Microsoft. specification for a handheld-sized computer (Personal digital assistant) that runs a specific version of the Windows CE operating system. It may have the capability to run an alternative operating system like Net BSD or Linux. It has many of the capabilities of modern desktop PCs.