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Personal Digital Assistant
Personal Digital Assistants ( PDAs) are handheld devices that were originally designed as personal organizers, but became much more versatile over the years. A basic PDA usually includes a clock, date book, address book, task list, memo pad and a simple calculator. One major advantage of using PDAs is their ability to synchronize data with desktop, notebook and desknote computers.
personal digital assistant was coined on 7 January 1992 by John Sculley at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, referring to the Apple Newton.
The currently major PDA operating systems are:
PalmSource's Palm OS,
Pocket PC ( Windows CE) from Microsoft,
Research In Motion
Symbian OS (formerly EPOC)
According to a Gartner market study, the overall market has shrunk by 5% in Q1 The usually cited reason for this decline are the growing capabilities of communicators —
2004 compared to Q1 2003, and the shares are:
mobile phones with PDA-like communication functions.
Some examples of PDAs:
You can download Wikipedia to your PDA: Wikipedia:TomeRaider_database
ebook, laptop, personal area network, smartphone, sub-notebook, wearable computer, Toothing
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