Innovative Devices

September 1999
Wireless Week;09/20/99, Vol. 5 Issue 38, p97
Trade Publication
Introduces several innovative wireless communication products in 1999. Palm VII from 3Com Corp.; DM4000 cellular telephone from Audiovox Communications; R380 handset from Ericsson.


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