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Handheld launches blog at ruggedinformer.com
Handheld Group, a leading supplier of rugged mobile computers, announced the launch of its new blog, RUGGEDINFORMER.COM. RuggedInformer.com will serve as a resource for mobility professionals, field technicians, IT managers, and others who are engaged in workforce mobilization. It will be a resource to learn more about rugged computers and stay informed about mobility news and emerging rugged technologies. [See Handheld Group press release] -- Posted Friday, September 8, 2017 by chb

Datalogic reports record quarter and half-year
While Datalogic has been very quiet about its lineup of rugged handhelds, overall the Italian-based company seems to be doing very well. Revenues for their Q1 were €157.8 million (US$187 million) up 7.7% compared to Q1 last year, and revenues for the first half of 2017 rose to €299.3 million (US$355 million), up 6.2% compared to the first half of 2016. [See Datalogic press release] -- Posted Thursday, August 31, 2017 by chb

Handheld Group case study: Timber buyers increase accuracy, efficiency and profits with rugged handhelds
Technology has changed the way we do business today, but the overriding goal remains the same: be profitable. That's why smart people in the timber industry are always looking for an edge — technological or otherwise. Thanks to ultra-rugged portable handhelds, jobs that used to be time- and labor-intensive can now be done with drastically improved efficiency. And that translates to the bottom line. Dalton Smith, a buyer with Thomas Timber in Arkansas, USA, is using the Nautiz X8 rugged handheld data collector from Handheld Group, along with industry-specific software, to cruise timber plots faster and calculate bids more accurately. [Read "Timber buyers increase accuracy, efficiency and profits with rugged handhelds"] -- Posted Tuesday, August 29, 2017 by chb

Datalogic announces new Healthcare Memor X3 HC Mobile Computer
Datalogic, a global leader in automatic data capture and industrial automation markets, announces the availability of the Memor X3 HC mobile computer. This device is the direct result of Datalogic working closely with healthcare professional to assure their needs are met in demanding healthcare applications. The Memor X3 HC device is fabricated using tough chemical resistant materials that maintain the integrity of the housing even after repeated cleaning with the strong disinfectanting healthcare solutions. [See Datalogic press release and RuggedPCReview's description, analysis and specs of the Datalogic Memor X3 HC] -- Posted Thursday, August 3, 2017 by chb

Utah State University Engineers Without Borders students use Juniper Archer 2 to identify dangerous arsenic levels in Peru
Arsenic is a carcinogen, increasing cancer rates for those who ingest it. Found at high levels in the groundwater in a number of countries, a group of seven Utah State University engineering students left for the Puno region of Peru, just north of Lake Titicaca, to work toward eliminating the problem. After data collection training from members of the Juniper Systems team and extensive arsenic removal research prior to the trip, students worked to identify arsenic levels through sample mapping and removal exploration. [Read full blog post] -- Posted Monday, July 31, 2017 by chb

Four Seasons building products achieves greater supply chain efficiency with Janam rugged Mini-Tablets
Janam Technologies LLC, a leading provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, announced that Four Seasons Building Products, a division of Latium USA, one of the largest privately held remodeling groups, is using the Android-powered XT1 rugged mini-tablet from Janam to provide full visibility across its supply chain. [See Janam press release] -- Posted Thursday, July 20, 2017 by chb

Windows Phone 8.1 support ends, raising many questions
Windows Phone 8.1 support ended July 11, 2017, a bit more than three years after it was introduced. That comes after Windows Phone 7 users could not upgrade to Windows Phone 8, and Windows Mobile users were stranded when the original Windows Phone appeared. Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise is supposed to be the successor of Windows Embedded Handheld, but Windows 10 Mobile's marketshare is minuscule. It's hard to figure out where Microsoft is going in the mobile space, especially since developers don't seem thrilled with adapting Windows 10 "unified core" code to Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise. Most of today's handheld hardware is inherently powerful enough to fun full Windows, but that's often overkill for many mobile deployments. -- Posted Wednesday, July 12, 2017 by chb

Juniper’s “Mapping Blitz” helps Bear River Land Conservancy maintain important habitat
In its latest blog entry, Juniper Systems relates how Juniper staff worked with members of the Bear River Land Conservancy to aid in the conservation of important habitat along the Bear River. Using the Geode Sub-meter GPS Receiver, the Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet, and the Allegro 2, a handful of our rugged handheld enthusiasts mapped updates and information on important plants, large debris, fence lines, and more while getting additional hands-on experience using Juniper’s data collection solutions. [See Juniper’s “Mapping Blitz” Helps Bear River Land Conservancy Maintain Important Habitat] -- Posted Tuesday, July 11, 2017 by chb

Understanding the future of Juniper-offered operating systems
Gradual shifts in the mobile OS landscape over the past several years has been a growing concern, leaving many enterprise and vertical-market professionals wondering which avenue to take. Identifying the best OS for individual or corporate needs, while looking at its roadmap and plans for the future can be a difficult task. Understanding this issue, Juniper Systems collected information to help customers understand the roadmap of each OS used at company and what they need to know to make the most informed decision. [See Understanding the future of Juniper-offered operating systems] -- Posted Monday, June 26, 2017 by chb

9 Ways to Create and Maintain a Successful Business Partnership
Juniper Systems has one of the best and most active blogs in the rugged mobile computing market. In a new article, Juniper's marketing writer Sarah Keyes describes how building and maintaining business partnerships takes time, patience, and understanding. When maintained correctly, partnerships can act as one of the driving factors of success and revenue. The key is understanding how to keep the relationship healthy and flourishing, while implementing these understandings into day-to-day interactions. [See Juniper Systems' 9 Ways to Create and Maintain a Successful Business Partnership] -- Posted Friday, June 23, 2017 by chb

New screen coating makes reading in sunlight a lot easier
Screens on even the newest phones and tablets can be hard to read outside in bright sunlight. Inspired by the nanostructures found on moth eyes, researchers have developed a new antireflection film that could keep people from having to run to the shade to look at their mobile devices. The antireflection film exhibits a surface reflection of just .23 percent, much lower than the iPhone's surface reflection of 4.4 percent, for example. Reflection is the major reason it's difficult to read a phone screen in bright sunlight, as the strong light reflecting off the screen's surface washes out the display. [See press release and full article: "New Screen Coating Makes Reading in Sunlight a Lot Easier. The Secret? Moth Eyes -- Posted Friday, June 23, 2017 by chb

MyScript Launches Next-Generation MyScript Developer
MyScript, a pioneering market leader in accurate, high-performance handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology, announces the enhanced MyScript Developer portal. The completely redesigned platform better enables developers to build next-generation applications that leverage digital writing across all popular OS platforms. The enhanced developer program eliminates the cost of entry for developers and reduces application time-to-market. Developers experience no cost to gain access to MyScript’s digital writing technology and to test the applications prior to release. [See MyScript press release] -- Posted Tuesday, June 20, 2017 by chb

Added: Honeywell CN75 rugged handheld computer
There are still many jobs where a conventional legacy rugged handheld works best. And that's one reason why Honeywell gave the venerable Intermec (now part of Honeywell) CN70 handheld an upgrade. It's now the CN75 with more memory, a faster processor, an upgraded scanner and more. The other reason is the availability of Android 6 "Marshmallow" in addition to the legacy Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5. The display remains small but very sharp, and the device can still be ordered with different keypads, including larger versions in the CN70E versions that are about an inch longer. [See description, analysis and specs of the Honeywell CN75] -- Posted Thursday, June 15, 2017 by chb

Juniper Systems Founder Ron Campbell retires after 24 years of hard work and dedication
Following a long and successful career, Juniper Systems Founder and Chairman Ron Campbell retired from the company on May 31, 2017. With a retirement open house held on May 25 to celebrate his impactful career, his family, friends, coworkers, and colleagues gathered to wish him well and reminisce on the many memory-filled years together. All of us here at RuggedPCReview.com wish Mr. Campbell many fulfilled, happy years of retirement, and thank you, sir, for your great work in creating and deploying rugged computing technology in the field. [See Juniper Systems Founder Ron Campbell Retires After 24 Years of Hard Work and Dedication] -- Posted Tuesday, June 6, 2017 by chb

Janam teams with Technology Recovery Group to help enterprise customers maximize their mobility ROI
Janam Technologies LLC, a leading provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, announced today that it has partnered with Technology Recovery Group (TRG), a leading hardware solutions provider in the mobile computing and barcoding industry, to provide customers with the greatest return on their hardware investment. Together, Janam and TRG deliver highest quality rugged mobile computers, service and support to enable companies of all sizes to save money, reduce downtime and ultimately improve efficiency across their organization. [See Janam press release] -- Posted Wednesday, May 31, 2017 by chb

ESRI’s ArcNews: Taking GIS to the Field and Back
Juniper Systems reports that ESRI, a leader in mapping and spatial analytics software, has recently provided an article covering old vs. new methods of mapping on their ArcNews page. This article works to explain how ESRI’s software comes together to create a seamless mapping workflow from field to office. [See Juniper Systems blog entry and the article] -- Posted Wednesday, May 24, 2017 by chb

Added: Honeywell CK75 ultra-rugged, dual OS-capable data collection handheld
Earlier this year, Honeywell AIDC introduced the CK75 ultra-rugged data collection handheld geared towards increasing efficiency and productivity across supply chains. The CK75 is a flashlight-style data collection handheld available with either Windows Embedded Handheld or Android. The CK75 is a new version of the Intermec CK71 (Intermec became part of Honeywell in 2012). The new version comes with tech updates and the capability to run either legacy Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 or Android 6.x.x "marshmallow." [See RuggedPCReview's description, analysis and specs of the Honeywell CK75] -- Posted Thursday, May 18, 2017 by chb

VDC: Demand for legacy WIndows platforms rapidly waning in rugged handhelds while Android gains traction
VDC Research issued a new report that analyses the approximately US$5 billion global rugged handheld and rugged smartphone market. VDC states that although a majority of available rugged handheld devices are still Windows-based, demand is rapidly waning for legacy Windows platforms such as Windows Mobile/Embedded Handheld 6.5 and Windows CE. Google’s Android continues to gain traction among enterprise users looking to leverage Android’s active app development ecosystem. Rugged OEMs are responding to the need to bridge the performance and functionality gaps with consumer mobile technology. Many are taking this OS shift as an opportunity to upgrade their aging portfolios. [See Taking Stock of the Rugged Handheld and Rugged Smartphone Product Portfolio] -- Posted Tuesday, April 25, 2017 by chb

Zebra Technologies unveils SmartPack Trailer solution to optimize loading operations
Zebra Technologies Corporation announced SmartPack Trailer which provides the transportation and logistics industry with real-time operational visibility. SmartPack Trailer captures load density, trailer fullness, packages scanned and loaded per hour, and other relevant data and visuals, helping organizations achieve optimal performance and profitability. This is in line with Zebra’s Enterprise Asset Intelligence strategy of capturing operational data at the point of activity and then analyzing that data to derive actionable insights for personnel and dock managers. [See Zebra media release and SmartPack Trailer page] -- Posted Friday, April 14, 2017 by chb

Juniper Systems Geode sub-meter GNSS receiver
Using modern positioning technology to determine location on the planet within two or three meters is incredible. But sometimes it's not good and accurate enough. That's where sub-meter accuracy comes in. In a recent Juniper Systems blog post, John Florio discusses their Geode sub-meter GPS receiver, a powerful, easy-to-use, and affordable GPS solution that works with Windows, Windows Mobile and Android devices. Geode can be mounted on a pole, in a pack, or held in your hand. The systems offers all-day battery life, optional GLONASS capability, and connects either via Bluetooth or wire. The Geode is also compatible with Juniper Systems Aspect software, and many other mapping applications available such as Esri Collector for ArcGIS, ArcPad, and more. [See Let’s talk Geode Sub-meter GPS Receiver] -- Posted Monday, April 10, 2017 by chb

Handheld appoints new President of Its North American subsidiary
Handheld Group announced the appointment of Mike Zelman as President of its North American subsidiary, Handheld US. Mike Zelman has been on the Handheld US board since its inception and most recently served as Vice President of Business Development for Handheld Group. Prior to joining Handheld, he served as Vice President of Marketing for Merix, a leading global manufacturer of complex interconnect solutions. He has also held management positions within the mobile computing division at Trimble, the electrical component business at Flextronics, and the semiconductor group within Agilent Technologies. [See Handheld media release] -- Posted Thursday, March 16, 2017 by chb

RuggedPCReview blog: Are "mobile" sites really needed?
A few days ago I used one of the readily available website analysis tools to check RuggedPCReview.com. The resulting report gave me a stern "site not mobile-optimized" lecture. "Mobile-optimized," of course, refers to the fact that sites on the one-size-fits-all world wide web are being viewed on a very wide range of devices with a very wide range of screen sizes. And it is certainly true that viewing a webpage on a 27-inch display is a very different experience from viewing it on a 4.7-inch smartphone... [read blog article] -- Posted Friday, March 10, 2017 by chb

Zebra study: 7 in 10 retailers will invest in IoT technologies to revolutionize customer experience
Zebra Technologies published the results of their 2017 Retail Vision Study. The study revealed that nearly 70% of retail decision makers surveyed are ready to make changes to adopt the Internet of Things (IoT), and 65% plan to invest in automation technologies for inventory management and planogram compliance by 2021. This includes investment in mobile devices, kiosks and tablets to increase payment options, mobile point-of-sale, micro-locationing, big data predictive and software analytics for loss prevention and price optimization, and more. [See Zebra media release and one-page summary infographic] -- Posted Monday, March 6, 2017 by chb

Zebra announces Q4 and full year 2016 financials
Zebra Technologies announced net sales of $942 million in Q4 2016 compared to $951 million in Q4 2015. Net income for Q4 2016 was $17 million, compared with a net loss of $28 million for Q4 2015. Full year 2016 sales were $3.574 billion in Q4 2016 compared to $3.65 billion in 2015. Net loss for 2016 was $137 million, compared with a net loss of $158 million in 2015. Of 2016 net sales, 65.2% came from the Enterprise division (i.e. the former Motorola Solutions enterprise division) and 34.8% from Legacy Zebra. In 2015, the split was 64.9 to 35.1%. Zebra CEO Anders Gustafsson said, "Zebra entered 2017 with an unmatched portfolio of innovative solutions, a solid backlog, and a healthy pipeline of opportunities to drive profitable sales growth." [See Zebra Q4 2016 financials] -- Posted Thursday, February 23, 2017 by chb

HazLoc Primer
Despite of its crucial importance to the safety of equipment and personnel, the hazardous location (HazLoc) market is poorly understood outside the small circle of people who are directly involved with it. Even insiders often struggle with describing what "HazLoc" really means, what "intrinsic safety" is, and what all the various classifications pertaining to hazardous location safety mean. In general, it's assumed that "HazLoc" is something military or something with poisons and perhaps industrial waste. For a better understanding, see our new HazlLoc Primer, prepared with the help of BARTEC, a world leader in explosion protection. [See HazLoc Primer] -- Posted Friday, December 30, 2016 by chb

KARI selects Zebra Technologies to enhance retail supply chain operations
Zebra Technologies announced the deployment of 2,000 Zebra MC2100 mobile computers to cover all KARI shoe stores in Russia. The deal will enable KARI, one of the largest shoe retailers in Eastern Europe, to increase the quality of service and effectively manage inventory. The Zebra МС2100 is integrated into KARI’s internal stock-balance management system and its centralized database, allowing users to effectively control KARI`s supply chain in real time. [See Zebra media release] -- Posted Monday, December 19, 2016 by chb

Zebra launches updated TC70x ultra-rugged handheld with either Android or Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise
Now that Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise is finally here to replace the old Windows Mobile/Embedded Handheld, industry leaders are starting to offer rugged handheld hardware that supports both of the operating systems. The latest example is Zebra's updated TC70x ultra-rugged touch computer. Newly equipped with hexa-core Snapdragon processors and a slew of tech enhancements, the 4.7-inch handheld with integrated industrial-grade scanner is targeted at various enterprise deployments. [See description, analysis and specs of the Zebra TC70x] -- Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2016 by chb

Draeger's supermarkets increases profitability with Janam mobile computers
Janam Technologies announced that Draeger’s Supermarkets, an upscale grocery chain in one of the most tech-savvy cities in the United States, has deployed XG3 rugged mobile computers from Janam to improve inventory management in its grocery and housewares departments. Equipped with Zebra’s SE965 laser scan engine, Janam’s XG3 provides Draeger’s with rapid and accurate barcode scanning to drastically reduce the time needed to complete in-store tasks. Utilizing a custom Wavelink Terminal Emulation client designed especially for Janam’s XG3, Draeger’s provides mobile workers with access to applications residing on their host system, while ensuring productivity is optimized. [See Janam media release] -- Posted Thursday, December 1, 2016 by chb

Case study: Meat distribution company improves quality control in refrigerated storage facilities
Even small environmental changes can make an enormous difference when it comes to food preservation. For food distributors, a storage and transportation climate that's just one degree too warm or a few percentage points too dry can compromise the quality of deliverables — and impact revenue. Fridosa is Bolivia's largest meat-product exporter. Its offerings include cuts of meat, burgers, breaded meat, sausages and potato snacks. They chose the Handheld Group's Nautiz X3 to improve quality control in refrigerated storage facilities. [Read Turning a Cool Profit with Rugged Mobile Computers — A meat distribution company improves quality control in refrigerated storage facilities] -- Posted Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by chb

Quo Vadis, rugged handheld market?
Rugged handhelds are a roughly US$3 billion market that hasn't been growing as of late, initially because legacy Microsoft OS platforms were stranded, then because of uncertainty over Android, and now over uncertainty on whether to go with Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise (whew! what a name!) or Android. Microsoft's vision of universal apps hasn't taken off as of yet, and there's increasing competition from inexpensive and increasingly better sealed smartphones. VDC Research published a new report on overall market opportunity for rugged handheld devices that can shed some light on things, both challenges and opportunities. [See executive brief of VDC's The Global Market for Rugged Handheld Computers and Smartphones for Line-of-Business Application -- Posted Friday, November 4, 2016 by chb

Case study: Rugged technology helps GIS professionals calculate utility pole measurements for telecom companies
Utility poles are prime real estate for telecommunications companies. Businesses jockey for space on these poles, which hold not only electricity wiring, but also cellphone equipment, cable television and fiber optic cables and antennas, and more. The process of adding a specific company's equipment to a utility pole isn't easy, and it's highly regulated. Handheld Group's Nautiz X8 rugged computer helps improve efficiency, saving significant time, and increasing profits for GIS contractors and their clients. [See For Good Measure — Rugged technology helps GIS professionals calculate utility pole measurements for telecom companies] -- Posted Wednesday, October 26, 2016 by chb

Q2 rugged mobile market shows uneven YoY growth
VDC Research reports that the global rugged mobile market saw uneven growth between Q2 2015 and Q2 2016. Stabilized Q2 2016 markets allowed for year-over-year (YoY) revenue growth for rugged tablets and notebooks, while the handheld/PDA market experienced a weaker Q2 YoY compared with Q2 2015. Regionally, Asia-Pacific experienced YoY growth across rugged notebook, handheld, and tablet form factors, while only the tablet market grew in the Americas and the notebooks saw YoY growth in EMEA. [See Rugged Mobile Quarterly Shipments Q2 2016] -- Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 by chb

A good thing to peruse: Microsoft's support lifecycle for embedded systems
When it comes to operating systems, the end of what Microsoft calls mainstream and extended support doesn't necessarily mean people will stop using them. One in ten PC users is still on Windows XP, and nearly half are still on Windows 7. It's a bit different in industrial and enterprise applications where service and support can be big issues. So on the handheld systems side of things, mainstream for Windows Embedded CE 6.0 ended 4/9/2013 and extended support will end 4/10/2018. And for Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 mainstream support ended 1/13/2015, and extended support will end 1/14/2020. [See detailed list of Microsoft's embedded systems support lifecycles] -- Posted Friday, September 30, 2016 by chb

Full review: Janam XT2 ultra-rugged touch computer
There's an increasing global demand for smartphone-style handhelds with industrial durability and extensive data collection technology. These are devices that look and work like modern smartphones, but won't break in the field and on the job. RuggedPCReview tested Janam's XT2, a super-tough, IP67-sealed handheld with an excellent 5-inch multi-touch display, integrated GPS, NFC/RFID reading, industrial grade scanning, and optional mag stripe reading and mobile broadband. We reviewed the Android version of the Janam XT2, but the impressive device is also available with Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise. [See full review of the Janam XT2] -- Posted Tuesday, September 20, 2016 by chb

Comparison table
  • Rugged handhelds
  • Windows CE/Mobile History
  • 2014: Win Embedded 8.1 Handheld
  • 2013/06: Embedded Compact 2013
  • 2013/01: Embedded 8 Handheld
  • 2011/03: Embedded Compact 7
  • 2011/01: Embedded Handheld
  • 2010/02: Windows Phone 7
  • 2009/09: Embedded CE 6.0 R3
  • 2009/08: Windows Mobile 6.5
  • 2008/04: Windows Mobile 6.1
  • 2007/02: Windows Mobile 6
  • 2006/08: Embedded CE 6.0
  • 2004/03: Smartphone
  • 2003/07: Windows Mobile 2003
  • 2002/01: Windows CE .Net
  • 2001/09: Pocket PC 2002
  • 2000/04: Pocket PC intro
  • 1998/11: H/PC Pro intro
  • 1997/11: Windows CE 2.0
  • 1996/11: Windows CE debuts
  • Windows CE timeline
  • Windows Embedded page
  • Industrial CE devices
  • Unitech PA820
  • CipherLab 9700 Series
  • Trimble Nomad 1050
  • Janam XM2-RFID UHF
  • Janam XG3
  • Honeywell Dolphin 75e
  • Janam XM2-RFID for Rail
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X8

  • Janam XM5
  • Opticon H-32
  • Datalogic Falcon X3+
  • Juniper Allegro 2
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X8
  • Datalogic Memor X3
  • Advantech TREK-520
  • Trimble Juno T41 RFID
  • Handheld Nautiz X4
  • Juniper Systems Archer 2
  • AMREL Rocky DF6
  • Intermec CN51
  • Motorola Solutions MC9200
  • VT Miltope RPDA-1
  • Motorola PsionXT15f
  • Motorola MC9190-G
  • Motorola MC3190-Z
  • Opticon H22
  • Honeywell Dolphin 99GX
  • QSI QTERM-G58
  • Honeywell Dolphin 99EX
  • Catchwell CW20
  • Datalogic Skorpio X3
  • Catchwell CW31
  • Unitech PA968II
  • Honeywell Dolphin 70e Black
  • Datalogic Skorpio X3
  • Janam XT85
  • Motorola MC40
  • CipherLab CP50
  • Winmate C350T
  • CipherLab CP60
  • Motorola MC45 handheld
  • Datalogic Lynx PDA
  • Getac PS336
  • Intermec CK3R mobile computer
  • Intermec CK3X mobile computer
  • Motorola HC1 headset computer
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X1
  • Catchwell CW20
  • Opticon H22
  • Advantec-DLoG XMT 5/7
  • Socket SoMo 655
  • Trimble Juno 3B/3D
  • Intermec CV41
  • Bluebird Pidion BM-170
  • Bluebird Pidion BIP-7000
  • Bluebird Pidion BIP-6000
  • Bluebird Pidion BIP-5000
  • Winmate G570Z
  • Psion Omnii XT15
  • Janam XG105
  • DTResearch DT410
  • DTResearch DT415
  • Janam XG100
  • Janam XM60+ and XM66
  • ADLINK TIOT9000 (WinCE)
  • BAP Precision S-Series
  • Datalogic Rhino 10
  • Casio IT-300
  • Winmate 3.7" Rugged Handheld
  • Unitech PA690
  • Radix FW960
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X3
  • DAP M1000
  • Unitech PA550
  • Juniper Mesa Geo
  • Magellan eXplorist Pro 10
  • Psion EP10
  • Advantech TREK-510/303L
  • ACC Systems AT870
  • DAP Technologies M9010
  • Eurotech Zypad WL1500
  • LXE Tecton
  • Trimble Ranger 3
  • Datalogic Falcon X3
  • Intermec CN70
  • Intermec CN70e
  • Intermec CK70
  • Intermec CK71
  • DAP M4000 Series
  • Motorola MC55A0
  • Eurotech HRC-4200
  • Eurotech HRC-3100
  • 2T HANDGEAR
  • DAP M2000 Series
  • Casio IT-800
  • Aceeca PDA32
  • Psion Teklogix Omnii XT10
  • Intermec CS40
  • Motorola MC75A0-MC
  • Juniper Systems Mesa
  • Motorola ES400
  • Juniper Systems TK6000
  • Motorola MC75A
  • Datalogic Elf
  • Unitech HT680
  • Psion Teklogix WorkAbout 3
  • Motorola MC3090-Z
  • Juniper Systems TK6000
  • Casio DT-X30
  • Motorola MC3100
  • Handheld US Nautiz X7
  • Datalogic Memor
  • Motorola MC9500
  • Getac PS236
  • Handheld US Nautiz X5
  • LXE MX9
  • Juniper Archer Longbow
  • Two Technologies Hydrus
  • Unitech PA968
  • Unitech PA600 PE
  • Advantech PWS-8033M
  • Datalogic R Series
  • Datalogic New Memor
  • Juniper Archer/XF101 dGPS
  • GETAC PS535F
  • Unitech PA600 HF
  • Casio IT-3100
  • Intermec CN50
  • Intermec CN4e
  • Intermec CN4
  • Two Technologies Hydrus Luna
  • Socket Somo 650rx
  • Juniper Systems Allegro MX
  • Motorola MC55 EDA
  • Trimble Tablet
  • Trimble Yuma
  • DT Research WebDT 400
  • Handheld U.S. M3 Mobile
  • Psion Teklogix NEO
  • Intermec CK3
  • Two Technologies Hydrus
  • 2 Technologies Jett.eye
  • Advantech MARS-1030
  • Datalogic Kyman
  • LXE VX3XPlus
  • LXE MX3XPlus
  • Handheld US M3 Mobile
  • Trimble GeoExplorer 2008
  • NEXCOM 2100 Series
  • Unitech PA500
  • Unitech PA600
  • Unitech PA966
  • Unitech PA982
  • Unitech RH767
  • General Dynamics Sectera Edge
  • Juniper Systems Archer
  • Amrel ROCKY Patriot DA5-M
  • Juniper Systems Allegro
  • Casio DT-X7
  • Psion Teklogix ikon
  • Intermec CK61EX
  • Intermec CK32IS
  • Intermec CN3
  • LXE MX8
  • Symbol MC35
  • Trimble Nomad
  • Socket SoMo 650
  • 4P FDA600
  • 4P FDA300
  • HHP Dolphin 7850
  • LXE HX3
  • Datalogic Skorpio
  • Datalogic Pegaso
  • Datalogic Memor
  • Datalogic Jet
  • Trimble Juno ST
  • Symbol/Motorola MC35
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  • HP iPAQ 610
  • HP iPAQ 310
  • HP iPAQ 210
  • HP iPAQ 110
  • HP iPAQ hw6915
  • HP iPAQ hw6925
  • HP iPAQ 500 Series
  • Treo 700w software
  • Garmin iQue M5
  • iPAQ 1700/3000/4700
  • Asus A730/730W
  • Dell Axim X50/X50v
  • HP iPAQ h6315 PPC Phone
  • HP iPAQ 4000 Series
  • HP iPAQ 2215
  • HP iPAQ 5450
  • HP iPAQ 1900
  • Dell Axim X5
  • ViewSonic V35
  • New iPAQs
  • Toshiba e335
  • Toshiba e740
  • iPAQ 3900 Series
  • Older Reviews
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  • Toshiba e570
  • Casio E-200
  • HP Jornada 568
  • Casio IT-700
  • Casio BE-300
  • HP Jornada 525
  • Intermec Model 70
  • NEC MobilePro 790
  • @migo
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    Historic Spec Tables
  • Pocket PCs circa 2002
  • Handheld PCs (historic)
  • Industrial handhelds
  • Mighty H/PC Pros (2000)
  • Vintage WinCE Speed Parade 2001
    57.85 - Intermec 6651
    55.20 - PenCentra 200
    54.89 - Intermec 70
    54.55 - iPAQ 3670
    41.55 - MobilePro 780
    40.18 - Clio 1050
    40.03 - MobilePro 880
    39.56 - Hitachi ePlate
    39.48 - Casio E-125
    39.26 - Casio IT-700
    38.85 - Aero 8000
    37.79 - Casio EM-500