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Alan Urban, Francis J Canova, Amy A Han, E Michael Lunsford, Madeleine L Francavilla, Jan Musich: Encasement for a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, July 24, 2001: US06266240 (81 worldwide citation)

An encasement for a handheld computer is provided. The encasement includes a spine that is slideably engageable with an accessory slot of a handheld computer; and an encasement portion joined to the spine. The encasement portion is dimensioned to encase the handheld computer when the spine is engage ...


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Francis J Canova, Madeleine L Francavilla, Neal A Osborn, David C Stowers, Alan Urban: Detachable securement of an accessory device to a handheld computer. Palm, Van Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Mahamedi, September 5, 2000: US06115248 (74 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of this invention provide for coupling an accessory device to a back face of a handheld computer while electrically connecting to the handheld computer through a communications or output port. In one embodiment, the accessory device "piggy-backs" on the handheld computer so that the acce ...


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Francis J Canova, Madeleine L Francavilla, Amy A Han, Traci A Neist, Robert G Twiss, Dennis J Boyle: Dual style connector for handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, September 4, 2001: US06283777 (24 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of this invention provide for a versatile connector that is capable of receiving any one of two types of connectors. The connector is preferably positioned on a bottom edge of a handheld computer to receive either pogo style or wiping style connectors. As a result, the connector enables ...


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Francis J Canova, Madeleine L Francavilla, Neal A Osborn, David C Stowers, Alan Urban: Detachable securement of an accessory device to a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, August 28, 2001: US06282088 (8 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of this invention provide for coupling an accessory device to a back face of a handheld computer while electrically connecting to the handheld computer through a communications or output port. In one embodiment, the accessory device “piggy-backs” on the handheld computer so that the acce ...


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Alan Urban, Francis J Canova, Amy A Han, E Michael Lunsford, Madeleine L Francavilla, Jan Musich: Encasement for a handheld computer. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, November 8, 2001: US20010038525-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An encasement for a handheld computer is provided. The encasement includes a spine that is slideably engageable with an accessory slot of a handheld computer; and an encasement portion joined to the spine. The encasement portion is dimensioned to encase the handheld computer when the spine is engage ...


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