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Acer n20w

Acer has entered the handheld market with two products. There’s nothing unusual about that -- most handheld manufacturers now have a range of devices aimed at different sections of the market. Where Acer is unique is that its first two products use different operating systems. This one, the n20w, uses Microsoft’s Pocket PC 2002; the company’s other handheld, the s60, runs the rival Palm OS.
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Topic: Mobility
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