Rockville, MD (February 20, 2009) – InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in small size, low-power embedded systems for OEMs of mobile devices, today announces participation in RTC Group’s Real-Time Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC). The regional shows, which began with the first on January 29 in Santa Clara, take place all over the United States from January to November, 2009 – with a total of 14 shows. InHand will participate in each one-day show to increase consumer interaction, eliminating customers’ cost of travel, while showcasing new technology, such as InHand’s FireFly, based on the ground-breaking, new Intel Atom processor.

As the smallest full-function Atom-based board, FireFly offers OEMs of ultra-mobile devices more peripheral options with a quicker time-to-market. At RTECC, InHand will personally showcase the technology while answering any attendees’ questions. Attendee information can be found on the RTECC website and a full list of all InHand events may be found on InHand’s website.

“Participation in the Real-Time Embedded Computing Conferences will broaden our reach and increase our personal interaction with the public,” stated Dan Rowland, VP of Marketing at InHand. “InHand offers advanced power-saving technologies, and with the promise of the Intel Atom-based FireFly, we want to give potential customers the full-advantage of seeing and understanding our expertise and quality products first-hand.”

InHand’s next RTECC shows will take place next week in Huntsville, AL, on February 24 and in Melbourne, FL, on February 26. For more information, visit www.rtecc.com.

InHand Electronics, Inc. is a leading provider of low-power, small form factor, embedded systems to OEMs needing a high performance, low-power solution for mobile devices. InHand provides its patented BatterySmart power management suite to developers of handheld and wireless devices, such as PDAs, UMPCs, MIDs, wearable computers, industrial computers and smart sensors. InHand’s products utilize Windows Embedded CE, Windows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded Standard, Windows Mobile and Linux operating systems running on Intel’s Atom and Marvell’s Intel XScale processors. The company’s headquarters are located along the I-270 Technology Corridor in Rockville, Maryland. For more information please visit www.inhand.com.