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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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The handheld ultrasound scanners market has flourished during the last decade as number of the major medical devices companies are coming up with portable and handheld ultrasound devices.
'Chip has partnered with dozens of clients to develop technology solutions for field work applications,' says Handheld US President Jim Rimay.
The key players in the Global handheld Imagery Market include Zircon Corporation, Fluke Corporation, FLIR Systems, BAE Systems, Stanley Black and Decker, Defence and Security Equipment International, General Dynamics Corporation and so on.
The key was IC development and integration that allowed RF test equipment to be created in a handheld portable form-factor.
The MOEA plans to help the industry enhance key technologies for smart handhelds. With R&D (research and development), industry-school collaboration, and integration of software, hardware and application service, the government will promote the combination of cloud computing among private and governmental bodies to engage in advanced application services in the future.
DT Research's rugged handhelds provide a durable mobile computing platform at a very affordable cost.
Handheld scopes also pose a question of value versus cost: some benchtop scopes actually cost less than handheld scopes, but at the expense of bandwidth and sample rates.
"At Handheld, our goal is always to offer the best rugged products at the right price.
Palm remained the clear leader in the handheld market even though it has not launched a new model for over two years.
Handheld computers can increase student learning and collaboration and can be easily integrated into a library or curriculum setting to reduce budgets and increase literacy skills--and this resource, Handheld Computers in Schools and Media Centers, is the perfect way of making the introduction work smoothly.
Handheld RFID readers accounted for just 9.2% of RFID reader sales in 2005, according to analysts at Venture Development Corp.