They're not for the average user (in that they're mainly meant for businesses), but Symbol has a couple of new ruggedized handhelds, the MC9000-S and the MC9000-K, which can run on either the Pocket PC operating system or Windows CE.Net and have built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, 400MHz processors, 3.8-inch screens, and optional GSM/GPRS or CDMA for making cellular connections. The main difference between the two is that the M9000-K sports a full keyboard in addition to a numeric keypad.
Symbol's new ruggedized handhelds
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