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Microsoft announced the newest addition to its mobile OS list known as Windows Embedded Handheld. The first version of Windows Embedded Handheld is tailored for what are known as “enterprise handheld mobile devices” — i.e., ruggedized computers that are for custom line-of-business applications, like bar-code scanning, RFID reading, etc. Here, it's powering the new Motorola’ES400. For the latest on Microsoft's mobile operating systems, read Mary Jo Foley's blog.
This gallery takes a look at some of the latest devices Microsoft plans to run on its versions of Windows Embedded.??
ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC 10 is built on Windows Embedded Compact 7.