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Description Put the power of a cell phone, PDA, computer, scanner and imager in the hands of your mobile workers with the MC70. Designed to withstand all-day everyday use in nearly any environment, this rugged co... more

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Description In one simple package combining data entry and bar code scanning capabilities, the rugged MC1000 handheld computer from Symbol Technologies meets the demands of your budget and your environment. Desig... more

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Description The retail, healthcare and government industries all face a similar challenge - how to cost-effectively enable the wide variety of applications that require the capture of different types of data. In ... more

Scanners

Description Streamline scan-intensive data applications with the MT2000 series. Combining the simplicity of a scanner with the intelligence of a mobile computer, these handheld mobile terminals provide advanced 1... more

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“Hyperbolic Symbolic”

published 14/02/2010

AdvantagesClassic Dan Brown; puzzles, chases and secrets galore.

DisadvantagesToo similar to previous efforts, erratic pace and weak ending.

...If you loved the Da Vinci Code, you'll enjoy this. Conversely, if you've found Dan Brown's work to be piles of bombastic tosh, you'll most likely feel much the same way about the Lost Symbol. Dan Brown is many things as an author - insert your choice of adjectives as appropriate. One quality he does possess amongst this array is reliability; if you appreciate fast-paced narratives that read...

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Super

AdvantagesFast paced

Disadvantageslast 50 or so pages

...'The Lost Symbol is the latest offering from Dan Brown featuring Harvard Symbologist Robert Langdon and like all avid readers of his work I was looking forward to reading the book. - At 6am on a Sunday morning Robert Langdon receives a message from his mentor and friend, prominent 33rd Degree Mason Peter Solomon, to conduct a lecture in Washington?s Capitol Building and not wanting to let...

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Good

AdvantagesReadable and Addictive

DisadvantagesPoor Character Choice, Gap Filled Story, Anticlimatic Ending

...Book Info: Name: The Lost Symbol Author: Dan Brown Released: September 2009 Series: Robert Langdon Stories Awards: N/A I think one of the best qualities I love so much in books is their unique ability to diversify into so many genres, so many avenues to flow through, one being a hilarious family adventure, another being a steamy, albeit cheesy...

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