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Philips Nino 200 Series

The Philips Nino was a Palm-size PC, a predecessor to the Pocket PC platform. It was a PDA-style device with a stylus-operated touch screen. The Nino 200 and Nino 300 models had a monochrome screen while the Nino 500 had a colour display. The Nino featured a Voice Control Software and Tegic T9.

Manufacturer: Philips
Date: 1999



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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH36113. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Philips Nino 200 Series


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