Sharpening The PDA Possibilities
- Pocket sized communicator. Hawcroft, Sam // Asian Business Review;Jul96, p22
Reports on Sharp's release of two hand-held computers to facilitate mobile data communication. Sharp Zaurus ZR-5700; Sharp Zaurus ZR-5800; Features and capabilities.
- From the Japan Electronics show. // Advertising Age's Business Marketing;Nov93, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p17
Reports on Sharp Electronics Corp.'s launching of its computer-based pen organizer named `Zaurus' at the October 1993 Japan Electronics Show.
- Sharp's Zaurus: A very small, very versatile PDA. McLaughlin, Laurianne // PC World;Apr95, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p76
Presents the Sharp Zaurus, a personal digital assistant from Sharp Electronics Corp. Variety of applets in Zaurus' Windows-like operating system; Communication equipment; Cost.
- Quick bytes. Kaliczak, Anne // InfoWorld;06/23/97, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p130
Reviews the personal digital assistant Zaurus ZR-3500X from Sharp Electronics Corp.
- Sharp's Zaurus is pricey but promising. Marshall, Tom // InfoWorld;6/5/95, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p91
Reviews Zaurus ZR-5000FX, a key-board enhanced personal digital assistant (PDA) from Sharp Electronics Corp. Type II PC Card (PCMCIA) slot; Infrared port; Optional pop-on modem; Versatile keyboard/touchscreen combination; Mixed-mode capabilities; Type sizes and styles; Price; Contact information.
- 3-way access, from Sharp. // Electronic News;11/02/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2242, p62
Reports on Sharp's introduction of the Mobilon Tripad, a computing device that integrates a 9.4-inch color touchscreen and keyboard into an appliance with different operating positions. Weight; Design features; Components; Available software.
- Sharp US unveils Windows CE handheld PCs. // Computing Japan;Dec97, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p9
Reports that Sharp Electronics Corp. has announced in October 1997 that the company will release a line of handheld personal computers (PCs) using Microsoft Windows CE version 2.0. Schedule for the availability of the product; Models included in the handheld PC Mobilon line; Features of the...
- Sharp Wizard modem works with the stroke of a pen. // PC Week;8/29/94, Vol. 11 Issue 34, p45
Reports on the shipment of Sharp Electronics Corp.'s CE-FM4 data/fax modem, accompanying the OZ-9520FX Wizard Pocket Communicator. Advantages of the Wizard's pen-based touch screen; List price for the modem; Contact information.
- Sharp adds keyboard to Zaurus prototype PDA device. Williams, Martyn // InfoWorld;10/23/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 43, p73B
Introduces the e-Zaurus, a handheld computer from Sharp. Keyboard added to e-Zaurus; Other features of the handheld computer.