Casio Cassiopeia E-105G Reviews
Product Type: Casio Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID E-105G / Casio Cassiopeia E-105G - Windows CE 2.11 - VR4121 131 MHz - RAM: 32 MB - ROM: 16 MB TFT / Put a lot of color in your pocket with the Cassiopeia E-105, the ultimate in mobile information management. With its big color display and powerful 131 MHz processor, ... more
Casio Cassiopeia E-105G ... the E-105 is a multimedia powerhouse that enables users to view movies or surf the Internet in vivid color with rich stereo sound. And the E-105 delivers the comprehensive functionality and application support you've come to expect from the Windows CE platform, making it the perfect tool for remote connectivity and contact management.
Microsoft Windows CE ensures tight integration with Windows 95/98/NT, and the E-105's small size, large 65, 536 color, 16-bit display, and ergonomically-placed controls are testimony to its portability, functionality and simplicity. An elegantly designed Action Wheel enables you to launch programs and folders and scroll through your contacts and files with one hand. Casio has also provided plenty of RAM to run those resource-intensive multimedia programs and store plenty of data, and Casio has included a CompactFlash slot so you can add more memory if you like. Casio has built versatility into the E-105 by adding a serial port, speaker, stereo headphone jack, microphone and IrDA.
Newest Review: ... that I did miss the superb keyboard from the Psion 5 (but I'm used to the Casio now). Imagine having a unit that allows ... more
Customer Casio Cassiopeia E-105G Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/09/00, updated on 06/09/00 (552 readings)
I purchased an 8Mb Psion 5 when they we're first released. After having enjoyed using the superb 3a machine, I was expecting something special. Suffice to say, I was some what disappionted. Various problems marred my enjoyment of the product. So, I eventually moved to a Cassiopeia by Casio. The unit is capble of all the functions that the Psion 5 could do, and then some. I have to admitt that I did miss the superb keyboard from the Psion 5 (but I'm used to the Casio now). Imagine having a unit that allows me to:- Orgainse my day Send emails Surf the net Play games Listen to music Make voice notes Act a TV/Video/DVD ... Read the complete review
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