HPCs seen wireless lightning rod

Bournellis, Cynthia
December 1996
Electronic News;12/9/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2146, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the expectations for Windows CE-based handheld personal computers (HPCs) to create a major impact in the wireless communications industry. Estimated number of HPC shipments by the end of 1997; Personal Computer and Communications Association's (PCCA) concern over wireless capabilities of HPCs; PCCA meeting on the challenges and opportunities presented by Windows CE operating system to the industry.


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