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What is a Symbol PPT 2746?

What is a Symbol PPT 2746?

What is a Symbol PPT 2746?

Can anyone help me?  I have been given a Symbol PPT 2746-ZRIWOEUS as a PDA.  It really isn't a PDA...I don't have a pocket that big!  I have spent hours learning about them but am still confused on the difference between the PPT-2700s and the exact model thatI have. I would like to sell it but just haven't found an accurate description on exactly this unit and how it differs from other Symbol 2700 units.   

Thanks ahead of time to anyone who can help!

RE: What is a Symbol PPT 2746?

Have you thought of looking it up on google at all. I will leave that as an exercise for you.  How do you persuade people to give you a $2000 present? The Serial/charging cable with power supply & AC line cord (CBL2700-100U) at $90 seems a bit steep. Gosh, you could try the symbol web site!


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