Question about Casio Cassiopeia E-100 Pocket PC
I know these are questions that probably many will laugh at, but here goes: 1. What are the differences beteen Pocket PC, P/PC, H/PC, etc..? 2.What are the differences when downloading files between Mips, SH3, ARM, zip? Thanks for your help.
Posted by Anonymous on
I have a hp ipaq classic handheld add it for 12 mounths i want to start to use it again but i cant find the instructions and i am not sure how it works is there any body that can help me please.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
My pocket pc did no open please help whoi did i do to start thanks and God bless you
Posted on May 10, 2007
1. Pocket PC is the OS by MS, H/PC is the the old handheld PC, bigger than PDA, smaller than a laptop, Hp made some nice ones. P/PC I thought denoted the Pocket version or PDA instead of handheld. I do not think people use H/pc or P/pc anymore. 2. Back in the orginal days there were 3 processors, MIPS used by casio, SH3 I believe the original Jornadas had it or were they MIPS, ARM is by Intel and Samsung (I think makes it for the 1945 and is what most if not all PDAs use now.
Posted on Sep 06, 2005
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