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A pocket-sized computing device Cell phone device, handheld device, or handheld computer Gives access to information anytime, anywhere
Multi-touch screen device Capable of being a great internet client & Portable Media Player Packed with many applications Great use for media and technology fans
Touch screen input technology Automatic rotation of screen display Wireless network system Handful of widgets Best media player in the market
No blue tooth access in earlier editions No Java or flash support Limited Storage device No FM radio No replaceable battery
A mini touch-screen compact operating system Convertible & Slate Great use for students & office workers
Advantages: Doesn’t require keyboard or mouse Use of digital ink Occupational uses Easy Portability Flexible format usage Disadvantages: High Cost Input speed Screen damage risk
Hand-held computer Functions as mobile phone, web browser & media player Used for organizer, GPS, “wireless-waitress” system, etc. Mainly for business use
Synchronization from PC to PDA Educational uses (digital note taking) Sporting uses (pre-flight planning) Can store spreadsheets & maps GPS system
Constant recharge Easily broken if dropped Scratched screen
Hand-held game device with Universal Media Disc 1 st Launched in 2004 51.6 million PSP sold (as of March 31, 2009) Best for gamers
Wireless multi playing X-cross Media Bar Web Browser Remote Play VOIP access (Skype) Expensive Expensive to fix if broken
Wireless communication device Countless number of brands –Nokia, LG, Samsung Suitable for every age
Provide voice communication, SMS & MMS 3G call Boredom eliminator Easy to carry around Useful functions (camera, calendar, alarm clocks etc.)
Radiation is bad to the human brain (cancer) Causes accidents Takes away personal life Burdens you financially Disturbs work & studies
No 3G or Video calling No GPS Slow Internet No E-money system No phone charger station
Positive: 4G Watch live TV Universal remote control PTT (Push to Talk) Longer Battery Life Negative: Detonate bombs Disguise as weapons Cost more $$$
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