UK handheld computer maker Psion continued to deny today that it will move to the Microsoft CE handheld standard.
A spokesperson said: ?Our white paper makes it clear that we think our platform is more suitable for handhelds than Microsoft.? But, he admitted, Psion was still evaluating other options to position it against Microsoft in the enterprise.
The company has so-called special projects ongoing, which involve its software division producing connectivity options, and it is true that the Acorn/Apple ARM chip is Psion?s first choice as a fast microprocessor to drive a handheld.
But that, said the representative, did not amount to it swallowing the whole CE argument whole. Psion finds itself arrayed against large vendors include LGI and a whole spate of mainstream vendors.
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