Tiqit Handheld Computer

Due to ship in Q2 2004, the Tiqit is a handheld computer that runs a regular desktop operating system such as Windows (XP, 2000, NT, 98), Linux, or UNIX. It features a 4-inch color screen and a QWERTY keyboard, is x86 compatible, and supports any wireless communication option (WiFi, CDMA, Bluetooth, Infrared, etc.).

The Tiqit handheld computer
The Tiqit handheld computer

Tiqit features a 15GB hard drive, 256MB of SDRAM and a 300MHz Pentium-class CPU. Other features include:

  • 4.0? 640 x 480 TFT (16-bit color) VGA LCD with backlight
  • Stereo headphone/mic jack
  • Internal speaker
  • USB 1.1 port
  • Cardbus (32-bit PCMCIA)
  • Type II (5 mm) slot
  • Secure Digital slot
  • Infrared port
  • 56-Key QWERTY keyboard
  • Touch screen
  • Micro joystick & left/right mouse buttons
    Operating System

Dimensions/Weight/Power:

  • 5.9? x 4.0? x 1.2?
  • 0 ounces (including battery)
  • Power adapter port
  • Internal lithium-ion rechargeable battery; 4 hours under normal usage

Docking Station

  • Hi-res VGA port for external monitors or projectors –  1280 x 1024
  • Serial/RS232 port
  • Additional USB port
  • Audio line in/out jack
  • Battery charging
The Tiqit handheld computer.

For more information on the Tiqit handheld computer, visit Tiqit’s Website.

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