To be classed as a Windows CE Handheld PC, the device must: Over time, these standards were routinely breached by manufacturers.
For instance, HP's first displays' widths were more than a third larger than that of Microsoft's specification. Examples of Handheld PC devices are the NEC Mobile Pro 900c, HP 320LX, HP Jornada 720, IBM Work Pad Z50, and Vadem Clio.
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The intent of Windows CE was to provide an environment for applications compatible with the Microsoft Windows operating system, on processors better suited to low-power operation in a portable device.
Originally announced in 1996, the Handheld PC is distinct from its more recent counterparts such as the Palm-Size PC, Pocket PC, or smartphone in that the specification provides for larger screen sizes as well as a keyboard.
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