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Carrying handle

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #5480248.

A carrying handle includes an opening section provided in the vicinity for electronic equipment of a front face nearly at a central part, in a width-wise direction, of the bottom of a body casing of the equipment. A rib wall extends from the rear side of an open edge of the opening section towards the back side of the keyboard in the body casing, and extends towards the front of the body casing, to cover the opening. A partition wall protrudes from the bottom of the lower cover in the body casing, to enclose a part before the rib wall. A handle section within the front side of the open edge of the opening extends as a circular arc in cross-section into the body. Preferably, these components are molded of a plastic material in one body.

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