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Encyclopedia > Handheld

A handheld is most often used to refer to:

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Classroom Solutions - K12 Handhelds (2280 words)
If students are directed to purchase their own handhelds, it is important for the school to issue purchasing guidelines that include information such as requirements for the operating system, minimum memory, expansion, and software.
If handhelds are going to be transported frequently, used in outdoor environments, or otherwise used in a potentially rough manner, cases are recommended.
Since each handheld comes with a cradle or cable, you aren't likely to be short of them, and may even want to check them out to students for home use.
Handheld game console - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4075 words)
Nintendo has dominated the handheld market since the release of the Game Boy in 1989, and is often credited as popularizing the handheld console concept.
The first handheld game console to use interchangeable game cartridges was the Microvision, designed by Smith Engineering, and distributed and sold by Milton-Bradley in 1979.
It came after SNK's original Neo Geo Pocket monochrome handheld, which debuted in 1998 in Japan (and was released in the USA in 1999).
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