Mobile computer is described as a computing device, larger than a PDA or palmtop but smaller and far lighter than a laptop, and offering around 10 hours of battery life.

Mobile computers offer "instant on" computing by having a compact operating system and applications (such as Windows CE or EPOC) permanently installed on an internal ROM chip

.Ref: 123360/2006-10-14

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