April 2003

New Pocket PC reviews online
The full reviews of the HP iPAQ h1910, HP iPAQ h5450, and Dell Axim X5 from the March 2003 issue of Pen Computing Magazine are now online. -- Posted Friday, April 18, 2003 by chb

New Casio Pocket PC Japan only?
A while ago, Casio Japan introduced the consumer-market Cassiopeia E-3000, powered by a 400MHz PXA255 XScale processor, and using both a SD/MMC and a CF card slot. The device is said to have a very long lasting battery and a semi-transflective display. Unlike the Wistron-built E-200 that was sold in the US, the E-3000 is OEM-ed by Asus (and bears a bit of a resemblance to their NEC P300). -- Posted Wednesday, April 2, 2003 by chb

NEC halts PDA sale in Japan
According to Digitimes, NEC decided to halt the sale of PDAs in Japan for the time being. This affects the MobilePro P300 made by Asustek as well as the Mitac-made MobilePro 200E and 300E. NEC will continue selling the 200/300E in markets outside of Japan. -- Posted Wednesday, April 2, 2003 by chb

Acer said to introduce new Pocket PC
Taiwanese Acer is unique in that the company sells both Palm OS and Windows Powered PDAs. The Palms include the S10, S50 and S60 whereas the Pocket PC side is covered with the n20 and the wireless n20w. Now Acer gears up to introduce the low cost n10, designed for younger consumers and using an Intel PXA255 processor. -- Posted Wednesday, April 2, 2003 by chb