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Cassiopeia E-125 getting it charged

I ordered a Casio Casiopeia E-125 from Ebay. I noticed after I bought it that it said it needed a new battery. I ordered one. Then I took out the holder for it and noticed the cord on it. Is this a USB port? How do I charge the unit? Do I plug it into something on my main computer and if so what?

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