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martinax85 Page Icon Posted 2009-03-20 3:34 AM
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I have been somewhat interested in buying one of these two CE 5.0 devices, but I cant find anything about software compatibility. I dont know wheter it is compatible with old CE apps (2.x/3.x) or if its 5.0-apps only (which I cant find any at all), or even if its even totally impossible to install anything on them ... Please, help me straighten this out and I'd be very very happy !

7" TFT LCD Screen Windows CE 5.0 UMPC Netbook Laptop (ARM926EJ-S 266MHz CPU) * EMS

- Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 operating system (English)
- 7-inch vibrant color TFT LCD screen
- 80MB RAM system memory (82340KB)
- Operating system stored in flashable ROM (does not occupy RAM storage)
- Ultra power efficient (total 15W max when turned on with battery charging)
- Weights only 683 grams (24oz) with battery installed
- Windows CE boots straight up within seconds (no need to even use sleep or hibernate features)
- ARM926EJ-S 266MHz 32-bit CPU allows super long usage time per charge (CPU only consumes power similar to that in a PDA cell phone)
- 3 x USB ports supporting mouse, track balls, keyboards, etc
- 1 x speaker/earphone 3.5mm stereo mini jack
- 1 x microphone 3.5mm stereo mini jack
- 1 x RJ45 ethernet network port
- 80-key keyboard
- SDHC SD/MMC memory card reader/writer slot built-in (supports up to 16GB)
- Wifi IEEE 802.11B/G wireless network adapter built-in
- WIFI supports both WEP and WPA security
- Natively supports playback of MP3/WMA/AAC/AAC+/CAT/WMV/AVI files and more
- Built-in auto-recharge backup battery prevents RAM data loss due to drained main battery
- Main battery power level displayed in precise percentage reading via applet in Control Panel
- Comes with heavy duty 4100mAh lithium ion rechargeable battery
- 100V~240V power adapter included
- English user's manual included



Mini Laptop 4.3inch UMPC - Bundle of Game/MP4 Player with WiFi Network/GPS

* Screen: 4.3" (16:9)TFT LCD touch screen,480 x 272 Pixel,shape Size:188(L) x 86(W) x 18(T)MM
* CPU:Samsung RM926 266Mhz, soft decode 400MHZ
* System: WINDOWS CE NET 5.0, built-in Keyboard (support handwriting input).
* Show Language: Chinese/English
* Memory: 2GB flash memory, SD/MMC card expand the max 4GB
* Game: Binding games by WinCE and Nintendo, Flash, 3D simulation game NES etc
* Expansion Card: SD/MMC card inset port
* Wireless Broadband: 802.11b/g wireless network access (Not support WPA-PSK Authentication working)
* Wired Network: Ethernet (RJ-45)
* Multi-media 5: WIFI wireless access internet/MSN/E-MAIL/SKYPE.
* GPS Global Navigation: Built-in GPS module, support user configured map.
* Camera: 1.3 mega AF motor automatic focus high definition and 1.3 mega video
* File Format: Support view of electronic book by format of WORD/PDF/TXT/PPT/XLS etc
* Picture Format: Jpg/jpeg/bmp/gif/TIF/PNG, support user-defined desktop
* Audio Format: MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC/MIDI/RMV/AMR
* Video Format: Wmv/ASF/AVI/MP4/DIVX/RMV/AMV, reach 30 frame/S
* Battery: Lithium-lon Rechargeable Battery 3.7V 2800 MAH, Up to 5 hours
* Battery Charging: Charge by 5 V DC
* USB Interface: Full Speed USB 2.0 , Support USB HOST:connecting U disk, keyboard, ,reader and others USB equipment.


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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2009-03-20 12:21 PM
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The first one is identical to the 3K RazorBook 400 CE, which is available for about $150 new from other sources. I have one, and I like its features, but I'm having troubles getting it to work properly.

As for backwards compatibility, most ARM versions of programs written for CE 4.x .net, CE 3.0, and even CE 2.11 should work. (I was able to run several CE 4.x .net and CE 3 programs on mine before it crashed. )
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martinax85 Page Icon Posted 2009-03-20 1:31 PM
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Nice, thank you ...

... But then it should be a whole different story on the second one !?

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Besides I cant understand why they have to do it so CPU-dependent !



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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2009-03-20 8:38 PM
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Because each processor executes processes very differently from one another.

I haven't heard from anyone who's used the second one, so I'm afraid I can't be much help there.
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cmonex Page Icon Posted 2009-03-21 7:35 PM
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Besides I cant understand why they have to do it so CPU-dependent !



that's how computers work, sorry :/

just buy one with ARM and you will have no issues

nobody uses the other CPU's anymore
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