A jeejah is a small device, comparable to a smartphone, carried by persons extramuros which enable distant voice communication, media capture and playback, access to the reticulum, navigational aid and often other functions. The name is probably a pun on "geegaw", a distracting bauble.
Known optional features of jeejahs:
- Recording or playback of speelies
- Access to the reticulum
- Providing navigational aid
- Assisting with syntactic computations
- Displaying the current time
Jeejahs often play various, user-defined sounds or music clips to indicate incoming communications. While these signals are accepted extramuros, the avout find their longer-than-average attention spans challenged by the interruptions.