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An advertisement of Windows CE 1.0 from Wired 8/97.

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The size of the screen is misleading – this is not a laptop.

So exactly where does a palmtop end and a laptop begin?

Introducing the HP 320LX palmtop PC. With a 640 × 240 VGA screen, it’s the widest of any handheld PC. Six inches. And it’s the first palmtop with Microsoft® Windows® CE and a built-in CompactFlash card slot for removable memory storage. You can pull the 4MB HP 320LX palmtop PC from your pocket and instantly check and send e-mail, hop on the Internet, print with the infrared connection or consult your calendar – all without lugging around a laptop. An energy-saving backlit screen allows hours of operation, and the standard docking cradle lets you easily synchronize your Windows CE applications with their Windows 95 and Windows® NT counterparts. See more: Better products, better productivity.

HP 320LX Palmtop PC from $699*

Hewlett Packard®

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*Starting U.S. list price. ©1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT and the Windows logo are U.S. registered trademarks and the Windows CE logo is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. © 1997 Hewlett-Packard Company PPG451

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