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Celebrate 1 year of Handheld Computing and win a HP RZ1710

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Posted 2 months ago | News | Chris Tilley3 comments

This week marks the first anniversary of the launch of the YouTube Channel Handheld Computing. Over the course of the last year the channel has exceeded the 500 YouTube subscribers mark. The approachable, friendly format is proving a hit with viewers while hitting the button on resonating the nostalgia bone for us in the legacy PDA community.

The channel covers the whole spectrum of legacy PDA an organisers from the early attempts at portability in the 1980’s to - of course - the H/PC itself and beyond.

Drop by the channel and show support from the HPC:Factor community by giving them a push of the subscribe button and once subscribed you can enter their Anniversary competition to win a HP RZ1710 plus accessories, software and other assorted goodies! To find out more about the competition and details on how to enter, be sure to watch the 'Anniversary and competition' video posted last night.

May the best HPC:Factor member win ;-)
Posted on 21 October 2021 at 10:00By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 11 November 2021 2:12:40 AM
Wait - talk there about H/PCs for a chance to win a Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC? :o
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 11 November 2021 9:02:41 PM
I don't make the rules, they need a little encouragement to find the correct path. Only the by steering into darkness can we truly see the light ;)
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 17 November 2021 1:59:42 PM
Congratulations to Azer Abdullaev for winning
https://youtu.be/wHFLIRBNdGE?t=780
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