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PC

abbreviation for PRIVY COUNCIL, Privy Counsellor, police constable.
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But go a la carte if your PCs have two different kinds of card slots or you want a hub that integrates switch/router/firewall technology so you don't have to add more hardware to protect your broadband connection.
Each of the tablet PCs also runs Microsoft Windows XP Tablet Edition, which lets users "write" on the screen in several ways:
Like HP, Fujitsu, Acer, ViewSonic and NEC are manufacturing tablet PCs based on a special version of Windows XP.
ADSL provisioning is accomplished using external ADSL modems connected to PCs through either the Ethernet or USB cable.
The PC software sumo is also working with Intel to develop Bluetooth connectivity between PCs and cell phones.
"The 'Everyone's A Winner with Sprint PCS and HMS' sweepstakes campaign enabled Sprint PCS to introduce the features and benefits of our 100 percent digital, 100 percent PCS nationwide wireless network to this important audience."
Power-saving techniques are nothing new to computer manufacturers - they've always used them in laptop PCs to extend battery life to prolong the period portables operate on their own power.
In this configuration, either PCs or dumb workstations can be linked directly to a central processor (called a "host").
Unlike most well-equipped American police officers, the PCs carry only a short truncheon (nightstick), handcuffs, and a portable radio.
MOBILITY RADEON X300 and MOBILITY RADEON X600 drive a new standard for video performance on notebook PCs. With innovative video processing technologies such as VIDEO IMMERSION II and FULLSTREAM, users enjoy high-definition video quality combined with ultra-efficient power consumption.
This model works especially well for PCs, because the technology changes so fast that systems even a few months old must be discounted, owing to new chips constantly coming online.
Other companies, such as DirectWeb (www.directweb.com) and Gobi are giving PCs away in much the same manner as telephone companies offer free cell phones.