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PPC 2002: The new Casio Cassiopeia E-200 Pocket PC
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 19.10.01 - 21:00:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9498x
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Casio Electronics Co. Ltd. announced today its latest Pocket PC – the Cassiopeia E-200 – designed to meet the growing need among business and corporate users for a high performing mobile device geared to enterprise applications. Featuring enhanced expandability, Cassiopeia E-200, which operates using Microsoft’s Pocket PC 2002 software, allows users to connect to a variety of wireless network products and accessories to create a complete mobile office solution.

Cassiopeia E-200

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The Cassiopeia E-200 supports a number of expansion cards including PC, CF and SD cards allowing users to store more information whilst on the move (PC Card optional). Another key feature is the USB Connectivity available through an attached cradle and optional PC card unit/host converter. This supports devices such as keyboards and a mouse.

“As a pioneer in mobile devices, Casio is committed to building a family of products that serve consumers and corporate users alike. The Cassiopeia E-200 is exciting because it meets the pressing need of enterprises for a high-performing mobile device that offers wireless communications and seamless server access, and therefore a more complete office environment”. - Yozo Suzuki, managing director of Casio Computer Co., Ltd.

Microsoft’s Pocket PC 2002 Software features powerful network connectivity that allows users to access files stored in servers via a virtual private network (VPN). This software is enabled for network connectivity through IEEE 802.11b, Bluetooth, CDPD (cellular digital packet data) and GSM (global system for mobile communications).

Expand the E-200 with
many devices incl. USB!

Cassiopeia E-200

  • Cassiopeia E-200 is fitted with two slots for CF (Type II) or SD cards, and an optional PC card unit for wireless communications to provide wide area network connectivity (through CDPD, GSM and CDMA), local area network connectivity (through IEEE 802.11b) and personal area network connectivity (through Bluetooth). Users can access any of these networks while they are on the move to refer to, or update databases in their office, send and receive e-mail, and browse the Internet. By adding a barcode reader or a GPS card, the Cassiopeia E-200 can be used for FFA applications such as shipment and inspection of goods.
  • Cassiopeia E-200 is now powered by Intel Corporation’s Intel® StrongARM SA-1110 processor and uses Intel StrataFlash® memory. The combination of Intel StrongARM processors and the innovative Intel StrataFlash memory enables Cassiopeia E-200 users to take advantage of the full benefits of Microsoft’s Pocket PC 2002 OS and other multimedia applications.
  • Casio is also committed to providing business solutions and web services to enterprises and mobile professionals. In 2000, it formed a strategic alliance with iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., the mobile and wireless subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., to develop mobile business solutions for enterprises. Currently, the company provides mobile data solutions to financial, healthcare, SFA and FFA markets. Last July, Casio strengthened its ties with iAnywhere Solutions, taking a direct stake in the company. Jointly, the two intend to develop and offer next-generation solutions for mobile and wireless users.

The most expandable and wirelessly enabled Pocket PC

  • Standard CF type II and SD card slots for internal expansion
  • PC-card now optional

Extending hardware capabilities for the enterprise

  • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Software
  • Powerful and slim
  • Brilliant TFT screen with 65,536 colors
  • Removable, rechargeable batteries
  • Fastest available processor – 206 MHz
  • 32-pin serial connector (USB client/USB Host/RS232C)

See below for the full technical and software specifications.

Cheers ~ Arne

E-200 Technical Specifications

Dimensions (H x D x W): 130 x 82 x 17.5mm
Weight 190 grams, including battery
Processor 206 MHz Intel Strong ARM 32-bit Processor
Display 240x320 Reflective TFT 3.5” color LCD
Number of Colors 65,536
Touch Screen Yes
Resolution (width x height) 240 x 320
RAM 64 MB (D-RAM)
ROM 32 MB (Flash ROM)
Input Method Handwriting recognition, soft keyboard, voice recorder, inking
Communications Port IrDA 1.2 (SIR)
32-pin serial connector (USB client/USB Host/RS232C)
Internal Expansion Slot CompactFlash Card (TYPE II) slot
MMC/SD memory slot
Infrared Port IrDA standard, 115 Kb per second
Audio Speaker, microphone, Stereo Headphone jack
Battery Li-ion rechargeable replaceable battery (Battery life-10hours)
AC Power AC Adapter
Operating System Microsoft Pocket PC Software 2002
Desktop Device Manager Microsoft ActiveSync 3.5
Bundle USB cradle with USB host, soft case
Option 32pin to 20pin USB host converter unit
PC card expansion unit -replaceable battery included

E-200 Software

Windows CE applications
(on Device)
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Tasks
  • Voice Recorder
  • Notes
  • Pocket Word (with Spellchecker)
  • Pocket Excel
  • Pocket Internet Explorer
  • Windows Media Player 8 (MP3, audio and video streaming)
  • Calculator
  • Solitaire
  • Inbox (with Spell Checker)
  • Microsoft Reader (eBooks)
  • File Explorer
  • MSN Messenger
  • Terminal Services Client
  • VPN Client
  • Server Sync client
  • Infrared Beaming
Additional Software from Microsoft
(on CD-ROM)
  • Microsoft ActiveSync 3.5 (Desktop device manager)
  • Connection Wizard
  • Microsoft Money for Pocket PC
  • Pocket Streets
  • Outlook 2002
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 (for desktop)
  • Windows Media Player 8.0 for Pocket PC and 7.1 for desktop
  • Microsoft Reader (for the PC)
  • Microsoft Reader Activation Pack (for free content)
  • Microsoft Reader eBooks
  • AvantGo
  • MSN Mobile


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