(Personal Digital Assistant) This
can be any handheld device. PDA doesn't not define a certain OS nor weather the
device has a keyboard or not (though generally, PDA's don't have keyboards).
(Pocket PC) A Windows CE 3.0 PDA that does not have a keyboard.
A Window CE based PDA
that does not have a keyboard.
(Palm Sized PC) A Windows CE based PDA
that does not have a keyboard. (Plam Sized PC) A PDA that does not have a keyboard.
(Handheld PC) A Windows CE based
device that has a keyboard (built in / non-digital).
expansion that can be memory or other connectivity based hardware.
(MultiMedia Card) A memory
expansion that is much smaller then a CF Card. The card is the
same size as an SD card, though
interface between the user and the device. Windows CE and Palm OS are the two most
(Smart Media) Often mixed up with
These super thin memory cards are currently not used on PDA's.
(Memory Stick) Sony's memory solution. This is a memory only card that is the
size of a stick of gum. Only seen on Sony (Palm OS) devices.
Edition). Comes from
"Windows CE", Microsoft's handheld/PDA OS.
for device connectivity. Note, 802.11b is mainly used for LAN
connections and not direct wireless Internet.
(Secure Digital) Small media type (same as
MMC) that has extra connections to secure data.
(Secure Digital Input/Output) Secure Digital
card slots that will accept not only memory but expansion hardware
will support SDIO
A short range wireless standard. Used for
cross-communication between many different types of mobile (and