The primary touch input technology behind most devices were resistive touchscreens which often required a stylus for input.
Later devices used capacitive sensing which does not require a stylus.
Internet Connection Sharing, supported on compatible devices, allows the phone to share its Internet connection with computers via USB and Bluetooth.
It retained backwards compatibility with such Palm-Size PC applications.
Pocket PC 2000 was intended mainly for Pocket PC devices; however, several Palm-Size PC devices had the ability to be updated also.
Internet Explorer Mobile is the default web browser, and Windows Media Player is the default media player used for playing digital media.
The mobile version of Microsoft Office, is the default office suite.
This allows OEMs to integrate a variety of modems into their equipment.