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HPC:Factor and UsedHandhelds team up

Handheld PC News

Posted 14 years ago | News | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

HPC:Factor is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Handheld PC standard bearer UsedHandhelds.com in an effort to broaden the exposure of the Handheld PC and its diverse functionality to the wider mobile device market at large.

Owned and operated by the illustrious and renowned Thaddeus Computing, the company behind Pocket PC magazine. UsedHandhelds is along with HPC:Factor one of the most influential resources which exists today. Selling Handheld PC device and accessories to the corporate and consumer market by people who truly know the virtues of the platform.

The new association between HPC:Factor and UsedHandhelds.com will allow us to provide critical additional support to the developer community, allowing us to further aid new development projects orientated at the H/PC user base, focus on providing a wider and more diverse community resource for new software and driver development, as well as improve our documented reviews content for both new and legacy devices.

UsedHandhelds are the largest on-line supplier of refurbished and second hand Handheld PC and H/PC accessories. Holding extensive international acclaim and a reputation for providing reassurance and quality of service with purchases. HPC:Factor looks forward to being able to work with UsedHandhelds.com as we strive to raise the profile of the venerable H/PC.
We would like to thank UsedHandhelds.com for their generosity and for providing devices for testing and development and for assist us in supporting the H/PC community.

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Posted on 25 May 2005 at 10:00

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