The Palm-Size PC (a.k.a. Palm PC) was Microsoft's first handheld computer. Its original name was Palm PC, but this provoked a lawsuit from Palm Inc., so it was changed to Palm-Size PC. The Palm-Size PC was phased out in 2000, the new product line was called Pocket PC.
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Blake's Nino Info Page
Information on the Philips Nino. No longer updated, and Blake has upgraded to the Visor, a PDA based on the Palm OS. The resources on this site are still useful for Win CE users.
Philips Nino compared with Palm Pilot
Review from an experienced PDA user. It looks at what a PDA should try to do, and what it should not. It compares pen-based PDAs with keyboard PDAs, and then compares the Philips Nino with the Palm Pilot.
Philips Pulls the Plug on Nino Handheld
News article on Philip's decision to end the Nino line from C/NET News.com.
Windows CE 2.0 Palm-size PC Comparison
Table overview of just about every CE Palm-size PC. It is frequently updated.
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