While Microsoft pushes Windows CE as the operating system of choice for handheld computers, Intermec is offering full blow Windows 95 on its 28-ounce Penkey 6110.
The device, which will ship in the US next month and Europe in the summer, comes with a customised version of Windows 95, stripped down for the tiny device, which is targeted a mobile field workers who need to collect and send data.
Penkey comes with up to 32mbytes of memory and an optional hard drive, and data can be input using a pen or touchscreen. Other options include wireless data transmission, scanners and PC Card expansion slots.
The processor inside the device is a 99MHz AMD 486. Pricing is yet to be finalised but the company said it would be "competitive", to appeal to companies needing to equip large numbers of people with communications abilities.
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