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handheld

, hand-held (hand′held′)
To be held in the hand, esp. to be used while held in the hand.
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Hand-held technology emphasises on integrating learning across the curriculum.
Temperature-indicating, controlling, and recording instrumentation includes hand-held digital and analog pyrometers, infrared thermometers, themocouple sensors, scanners and controllers.
Although the vast majority of motorists believe that using a hand-held mobile while driving is dangerous, it is not seen as the paramount distraction to drivers.
Myers adds that some of the hand-held devices available in a one-piece design do not provide the flexibility for bench-top usage of software user-defined features.
The hand-held device that my former employer utilized was basically a PC running a stripped-down version of DOS.
Most hand-held computers weigh less than a pound and fit in a jacket pocket, if not a shirt pocket.
It generally produces better images than a hand-held device.
Omtool's delivery of AccuRoute for hand-held devices makes document accessibility that much greater for our mobile users.
Windows has become too big for hand-held computers because its latest version, Windows 95, requires 8 megabytes of main memory to run, 60 megabytes of hard drive space to store and works best with a 32-bit microprocessor, such as the Pentium chip of Intel Corp.
Injectiweld" system is a hand-held welding gun that continuously feeds and melts a rod of thermoplastic (HDPE, ABS, PP, PS) and extrudes it under pressure as a continuous bead in the weld zone.
These security technologies will be incorporated into Diamond I's WifiCasino GS wireless, hand-held gaming system, as well as the hand-held gaming unit to be employed by the Global Gaming Platform venture.
As for the improved navigation equipment, Kaminski said Friday that by the end of September, military pilots would be given hand-held instruments that use satellite data to pinpoint longitude, latitude and altitude to within 50 feet.

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