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sargent

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I am looking to aquire a single board computer to take the place of a PDA. PDA's and I dont mix in the extreme enviroment in which I work. I am tending to think that something of the configeration as follows. 256mb ram, 1gb solid state hard drive, 520mhz, flash card memory, rs 232 con, 2 usb ports, ps2, 6.4 in colour touch screen, using win ce or similar. Where should I start looking and how is the best way to get to understand all the tech jargon?
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Quick Answer!!

Google: All your questions >>>You will spend your lifetime researching all the replies!!!

Example Google: "Computer jargon" . . .Results 1 - 10 of about 1,440,000 for computer jargon. (0.05 seconds


Just be careful what you ask for!!!!
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Such things are becoming a rare breed, everyone wants a pda or a tablet pc. The last time i saw a good one was in the hands of a military comm specialist. So you might try some of the more specialised suppliers, as far as know the way to get them is a custom built one they are used alot for field researchers and the like thats how they get them. I may be wrong there may be some online popular retailer that sells them i just havent seen it. A google search is probably a the best bet.
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