It's been talked about for weeks, and now we bring you the first picture of Compaq's Windows CE-based handheld PC.
The Compaq PC Companion, launched at Comdex last week along with CE devices from the likes of NEC and Philips, incorporates the Windows 95 interface.
It allows users to perform common office tasks such as synchronising calendars, checking Email, working with Microsoft Word and Excel files, plus accessing the Internet.
But despite the hype surrounding CE devices, those on show at Comdex didn't appear to look that much different from the Psion Organizer or Apple's Newton. Given the disappointing sales of the Newton, let's hope for the sake of Compaq et al that this is not the case.
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