The Motorola Envoy Personal Wireless Communicator was a personal digital assistant released by Motorola in summer 1994. It was built to run General Magic's Magic CAP operating system, and it combined wireless, telephone, and infrared modems in a single PDA package.
It is also a UHF tone and vibrate paging receiver produced in the mid-1980s that responded to two-tone sequential encoding, including GE type 99, Quick Call II & 1+1, REACH* and 5-Tone Sequential. Motorola reused the name for multiple products.
- "Motorola's Envoy First to Run Magic Cap." Byte.com fetched 21 July 2008
- "THE PDA MAY NOT BE DOA AFTER ALL". Businessweek. 1994-06-13. Retrieved 2010-02-22.
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