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- Able to be put in one's pocket
2007 October 11, John Biggs, “With a Keyboard and a Pop-Up Screen, Is This a Computer or a Cellphone?”, in New York Times:
- While some people will probably always carry around a laptop, devices like the Tilt are breaking down the wall between luggable and pocketable.
Particularly used of computers and cameras.