What is Personal Digital Assistants (or) Handheld PC

A handheld PC is a very small computer usually weighing less than a pound that you can hold comfortably in your hand or carry in a pocket. A handheld PC is also called a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA). Most of the people use a Personal Digital Assistant to store their schedules and check their e-mail while out of the office. PDAs function as a cellular phone, Web browser, fax, and personal organizer. They also provide handwriting recognition and voice recognition technologies.


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