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Was there an SH3 H/PC 2000 device?

CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2010-08-01 7:44 AM
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Everyone says no - but I came across this while poking around the Rothberger site:

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/hardware/controlsynergy_mig.shtml

Did this actually hit the market? (They do list the Data Evolution Clio NXT too - as do we - but of course that one never materialized.)
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2010-08-01 12:49 PM
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If Hitachi didn't make one themselves, I doubt there ever was one....
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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2010-08-04 4:15 AM
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eVC3 didn't come with an sh3 directory -- arm, mips, x86 are all I found in my install (Windows CE Tools\wce300\hpc2000\lib).
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Jacobi Page Icon Posted 2010-08-04 7:19 PM
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Was there an SH3 H/PC 2000 device?
This rang a bell so I looked up an old PDA I had bought used a few years ago.


HP 548 Pocket PC
Closest OS I guess?

Product specifications. Processor. 133 MHz 32-bit Hitachi SH3 processor. Memory. 32 MB RAM (HP Jornada 548). 16 MB ROM. Display. 240 x 320 pixels LCD ...

HP Customer Care - details:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=bpia2208&lc=en&...

possibly HP 568 as well? (no time to check on that one)
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2010-08-04 9:28 PM
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There were several SH3 pocketpcs using CE3 around the same time...but none with HPC2000 on them.
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btrimmer Page Icon Posted 2010-08-05 6:09 AM
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Jacobi - 2010-08-04 7:19 PM

possibly HP 568 as well? (no time to check on that one)


Only the 520 and 540 series Jornada PPC's were based on Hitachi SH3. The 560 series all had ARM processors.

I doubt there ever was an HPC 2000 device based on the SH3. I know I bought a Jornada 525 and external keyboard years ago because it was the closest thing I could get to an HPC that would run all the software I had for my Cassiopeia A-10 (which was also SH3 based).
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