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|[http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Tapwave/Zodiac Some]
 
|[http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Tapwave/Zodiac Some]
 
|A handheld released in 2003 that used an enhanced Palm OS. Ahead for its time, even receiving awards. However, the PSP and Nintendo DS killed it. [https://youtu.be/Mz3nNKQRnNQ LGR Review]
 
|A handheld released in 2003 that used an enhanced Palm OS. Ahead for its time, even receiving awards. However, the PSP and Nintendo DS killed it. [https://youtu.be/Mz3nNKQRnNQ LGR Review]
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|Teachermate Handheld Educational Computer
 
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|Released in 2008 by the non-profit company, Teachermate, This educational handheld console was only sold to schools and taught kids in a Kindergarten to Second Grade level,  It's unknown how many games were made for it, how many units sold or when it was discontinued. 
 
 
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|[[wikipedia:VideoNow XP|VideoNow XP]]
 
|[[wikipedia:VideoNow XP|VideoNow XP]]

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