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How Handhelds Help At The Racetrack

Putting the Suspension Assistant application on a handheld device,
creates a product that can be taken to the racetrack for on the spot  
suspension tuning and troubleshooting.  Handhelds are perfect for
racetrack use because they are

  • Light
  • Durable
  • Fit easily into a pocket or toolbox
  • Run on batteries for extended periods of time


Handhelds are perfect for hosting the
Suspension Assistant
application because of their

  • Size: The most important aspect of any handheld is its
    physical size. A handheld is light and small enough to fit into
    your pocket giving you the freedom to take it anywhere. Placing
    the Suspension Assistant application on a handheld creates a
    product that can be taken to the racetrack for on the spot
    suspension assistance.

  • Capabilities: Handhelds run on batteries so there is no need
    for power outlets. A handheld is light and small giving you the
    ability to carry it anywhere. Handhelds are great for the
    outdoors because they come with screens that are usable in
    outdoor lighting.

  • Price: The handhelds selected by ResultOne to host the
    Suspension Assistant application allow us to keep the product
    price at an affordable level.  Handhelds are inexpensive
    compared to laptops so if you destroy your handheld at the
    track it’s not as expensive as destroying your laptop.


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