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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2021-02-10 12:56 PM
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I've checked the Outlook Inbox app.

It seems very much the same as my Pocket PC 2000 Cassiopeia E-700WE.

I noticed that on my Jornada 720, there is OmniSolve. Is that installed by default in other countries too?

There is also an application called HP Viewer.





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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-02-10 3:24 PM
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lol, no, I meant app that come "in box" i.e. are pre-loaded on the device. Not specifically Pocket Outlook

Yes, OmniSolve is on the EN version.

Umm... Why have you got a tiny little pay phone?
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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2021-02-10 3:57 PM
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In Japanese version, Pocket Outlook Inbox is the Inbox. I couldn’t find a “Inbox” application for some reason. It’s under Pocket Outlook menu from Start menu in Japanese Jornada 720.

The tiny pay phone is a capsule toy available here in Japan. It is the type you put coins and something comes out. (don't ask me why Hello Kitty has something to do with pay phones.)

I got 3 types of pay phones by this. lol
I want to create a mod so you can use the tiny pay phone as a LTE / 3G modem... haha

I’ve noticed an application called HP Security, but I bet that’s in English version too?

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-02-11 7:44 AM
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Yes, that is there too
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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2021-02-16 11:31 PM
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I benchmarked using PiCalc v1.01 the following 3 devices.

The Results:

Jornada 720 (Windows CE 3.0 @ 206MHz (StrongARM)):
Decimal Places: 300
No. of Terms: 494
Time(ms): 87

Sigmarion 1 (Windows CE 2.11 @ 168MHz (MIPS VR4121)):
Decimal Places: 300
No. of Terms: 494
Time(ms) 87

Sigmarion 3 (Windows CE .NET 4.1 @ 400MHz (XScale PXA255)):
Decimal Places: 300
No. of Terms: 494
Time(ms): 75

I copied PiCalc to the internal storage on all devices when running the application.

PiCalc on HPCFactor:
https://www.hpcfactor.com/scl/98/Fong_Chee_Keat/PiCalc/version_1.01

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-02-17 9:40 AM
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Are there any other benchmark tools? I can't remember. That's a fairly synthetic FPU test, so doesn't give the full picture.
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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2021-02-17 11:10 AM
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Agreed.

I made one simple benchmark application long ago, LoopyBench, I think. I have it in a CD-R of my old source codes (eVB) somewhere... lol

There are a couple of benchmark applications here on HPC Factor, so I will try to give them a test when I have time.
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