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« on: March 22, 2004, 07:36:24 AM »

I have some questions about PC device that I should use in the below senario:

There is a sport competition consist of the main judge (using a laptop) together with nine

judges. Each of the judges has to give numeric points for each competition, and the numeric

result will be send directly to the main judge through a network.  If the main judge is not

satisfy with the result given by the judges, he has to send back the 'suggested' points to

the judges back.

The problem is what kind of PC devices that a judge can use to send this numeric result to

the main judge instead of using a laptop/palmtop/desktop?  I came to know that a PC

calculator (such as Canon, Casio, etc.) with USB link to PC can send numeric data to

computer but could not receive input from the PC.

Please advice.  Thank you.

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