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The Win a Recon contest ended July 31, 2005. Congratulations to Gerald Griffith, of Osyka, Mississippi, who won the contest.

But we'd still love to hear your thoughts on handheld computing. Please use the below form to give us your input and, if you'd like, sign up for the Recon newsletter. Items with a * are required items.

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How tough is the Recon? You can drop it and drop it again. It still works. The Recon was tested in 38 drops onto plywood over concrete from four feet up and survived them all.

Work in extreme temperatures? So does the Recon—in freezing temps down to -22 °F (-30 C) and blazing heat up to 140 °F (60 C).

Driving rain can't stop the Recon. You can even drop it in a puddle. The Recon is sealed from water, dust and dirt, so you won't lose any data.
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