Celio Pocket PCs Moncks Corner SC

Celio pocket PCs allow users to stay connected to the Internet wherever and whenever with the convenience of a small device with all the capabilities of a laptop. Read through the following articles to learn more about Celio pocket PCs and find local companies and providers who can help you find what you’re looking for.

Network Certified Professionals
(843) 329-0140
105 Eagle Rd
Goose Creek, SC
(843) 851-9145
300 Central Ave
Summerville, SC
B & C Management Systems Inc
(843) 572-5900
2235 Technical Pkwy Ste D
North Charleston, SC
(843) 764-2933
2070 Northbrook Blvd
North Charleston, SC
Geologics Corp
(843) 744-4005
1007 Bankton Cir
North Charleston, SC
Computer Network Enterprises Inc
(843) 821-4356
108 Monroe Dr
Ladson, SC
Shaklee Products Distributors
(843) 821-4242
121 Stratford Dr
Summerville, SC
Applied Systems Analysis & Proc
(843) 744-0923
1455 Remount Rd
North Charleston, SC
Technology Solutions of Charleston
(843) 745-0045
4995 Lacross Rd Ste 1300
North Charleston, SC
Atlas Technologies
(843) 554-6111
5416 Rivers Ave Ste 105
North Charleston, SC

The RedFly - Extending the Possibilities

The RedFly - Extending the Possibilities

So what is the RedFly?

Let me answer that by first saying that most of us have a laptop or a tablet that we use to store and work on a variety of business or personal tasks. I use both and I use them every day but truth be told, the ability to have instant on with a Pocket PC device for looking at, working on or sharing documents with a colleague is a huge advantage. A Pocket PC can have and several do have “laptop power” but their size does introduce huge limitations in what you want to accomplish. Celio Corporation has bridged that gap with the introduction of the RedFly, a device that can extend the possibilities of your handheld to have the most important features of a laptop, a keyboard, a usable screen and the ability to use a mouse. In addition, the RedFly has VGA output, access to a USB Flash drive and with its battery, it will charge your handheld via USB while you are using it.

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