MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Psion Teklogix, a global provider of solutions for mobile computing and wireless data collection, has released the NETBOOK PRO, a task-oriented mobile computing device.
The device bridges the gap between the small and large form factors, such as the PDA and laptop, eliminating the difficult trade-offs that enterprises have been forced to make in the past.
The new hand-held computer combines the qualities of a PDA, including a touch screen, with the features of a laptop, including a keyboard. Its full-colour SVGA screen allows web pages and other business applications to be viewed in the same format as a notebook or desktop PC. With its instant-on capability and a full keyboard, data can be entered quickly and with greater ease than touch-screen-only PDA devices. The device is about half the size of a typical laptop computer.
The NETBOOK PRO will be available in North America and Europe at the end of October, 2003 from Psion Teklogix’ sales offices, distributors and value-added resellers.
For more information, visit www.psionteklogix.com.
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