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      19.03.2001 22:39
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      As someone responsible for testing mobile new mobile phones and PDA’S, I have had the pleasure of Testing one of the earlier models of Cassiopeia, the E-10. In my attempt to discover the complete hand-held Personal Digital Assistant, I managed to come across a sexy looking palm-sized PDA. Although this particular product is not entirely new, it did prove useful as a portable organisation and information devise. Before I attempt to inform the Dooyoo family of the pros and cons of this product, I have to stress that my Experience with Cassiopeia’s is fairly negative. Therefore, I started my testing with a fairly negative view of the product. I must however stress that I was pleased with the services available. Using the Cassiopeia E-10, I was able to make use of the pen-based navigation system to navigate the screen and access information. I could also to enter direct information such as record schedules in my calendar. A long battery life also allowed me to travel with my E-10 without the need to constantly recharge. It's the perfect tool for remote connectivity and contact management. A useful facility, and probably its best feature is, the option of integration with Windows 95/NT®. This allowed me to make use of the Windows –based applications that I use on my PC. Handling of the E-10: After several months of using this devise, I find it proved extremely proficient, compared with others I have used. Great portability, functionality and simplicity. If you are familiar with Windows 95 you will be at home with Windows CE. The Cassiopeia has great bonus software provided companies. It also has also 4MB of RAM to run those programs and store plenty of data. With the additional option of a Compact-Flash slot so you can add more memory if you like. And if all that wasn’t enough, Casio has built-in versatility by adding a serial port, speaker
      , earphone jack, microphone and IrDA. I was also able to make use of a stylus, base with serial cable and carrying case and a modem adapter Which I use as a soft modem by plugging into my mobile phone for dialling out to the Internet. Built-in Features: Bright back-lit display with auto off Large 240 x 320 easy to read display 4MB built in memory CompactFlash slot for unlimited storage Infrared (IrDA 1.0) for wireless exchange of data Cradle for quick connection to serial port and AC with optional AC adapter Built-in microphone, speaker and earphone jack Touch Screen with stylus Flashing alarm indicator Inbox: Send and receive e-mail messages (optional modem adapter required). Synchronisation and file exchange Auto PC Synchronisation: Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks, All Files created on the E-10, Inbox (e-mail) and Channel Information E-10 Note Taker files are converted to .doc files on your PC Microsoft Word(r) files are converted to Note Taker files on the E-10 Voice Recorder files remain .wav files on your PC My experience with this devise was all-positive. Although far from the newest or best product in the market. Its compact, lightweight size and large bright back-lit display make the E-10the perfect tool for information on-the-go (modem required-sold separately)

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