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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

This shock- and water-spill-proof business tool features a 3.7-inch VGA display of the CG Silicon type. Running Windows Mobile 5.0, the HandyBrain uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to connect to PC.

The machine runs on a Marvell PXA270 CPU with 128 MB RAM and has an SD expansion slot. It weighs 249 gr.

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

HandyBrain is Sharp's business-targeted mobile device/barcode scanner series. The HandyBrain is designed for all sorts of business-related operations, runs on Windows CE (special pro edition) and offers multiple connectivity and synchronization options.

The RZ-N155S runs Windows CE.NET4.2, has a 4-inch VGA CG-Silicon display,...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

In January 2001, Sharp released the last of the Telios series, the HC-7000. It has a Toshiba TMPR3922U processor (same as on previous models) at 148 MHz, and still comes with 32 MiB of RAM and ROM. The screen is once again 7.1 inches (800 x 480 px). All other specs remain unchanged, but for the close-back display option that was first introduced in the Telios HC-VJ2C....

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The new V-series Telios was released just a month after the HC-AJ3, in December 2000. With a screen smaller than that of the A-series, 7.1 inch with 800 x 480 pixels resolution, the VJ2C weighs 860 grams and is equipped with the same camera that its predecessor, the HC-VJ1C has (720 x 480 pixel for photos and 320 x 240 pixel for video).

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The Telios HC-AJ3 appeared in November 2000, now running the new Windows CE 3.0. It comes with the familiar Toshiba TMPR3922U processor at 148 MHz, has 32 MiB of RAM and 32 MiB of ROM. The display is 8.4 inches with a resolution of 800 x 600 px color transflective TFT display 65K colours. Other specifications are the same as in preceding models.

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The new Telios HC-VJ1C made its appearance in March 2000. The familiar Toshiba processor, the TMPR3922U, was used, with the same amount of RAM/ROM (32 Mib/24 Mib). The mobile computer has a 7.1 inch touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixels, a 79-key QWERTY keyboard and weighs 860 grams.

Improvements from previous models include stereo loudspeakers and a built-in CMOS...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The new Telios, the HC-AJ2 came out in November 1999. It still uses the Toshiba TMPR3922U processor running at 129 MHz, but now has 32 MiB of RAM and 24 MiB ROM. The display size has been increased to 8.4 inches at 800 x 600 px. The HC-AJ2 weighs 810 grams and has both USB 1.1 and IrDA connectivity.

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

In March 1999, the new Telios series of mobile computers by Sharp was launched. Equipped with the same 129 MHz Toshiba processor of the Mobilon line (TMPR3922U), the first of the Telios came with 16 MB of RAM and ROM. The machine boasts a 7.1-inch 800 x 600 px touchscreen with an industry-first color transflective TFT display with 65536 colours.

The Telios also...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

Released in November 1998, the Mobilon Pro portable computer has a 129 MHz Toshiba TMPR3912U processor, 16 MiB of SDRAM memory (expandable to 32 Mib), and 16 MiB ROM size. The touch screen is 8.2 inches with a resolution of 640 x 480 px and now has 4096 colours, and a 65-key QWERTY keyboard. All other features are the same as on the older Mobilons, including the traditional...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

In October 1998, Sharp released a new mobile computer having a new form factor, the Mobilon TriPad PV-6000. Running Windows CE 2.11, the device relies on a 84 MHz NEC VR4111 processor, but like the previous Mobilons still has 16 MiB of RAM and ROM.

The TriPad, however, has a 9.4-inch 640 x 480 px touchscreen rotatable display, and a 63-key QWERTY keyboard with...

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