Truly personal computers

Gruman, Galen
August 1996
Macworld;Aug1996, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p46
Reports on Diba's release of the Interactive Digital Appliance, a personal digital assistant that will include a device that connects to the Internet and can handle both phone and electronic mail. Device's absence of a keyboard; Use of an infrared remote sensor to control it; Price; Contact information.


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