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torch Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 10:36 AM
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Hello Everyone,

Besides the Jornada, what are other good HPC 2000 devices...

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Joseph
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iamjoe Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 2:35 PM
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tenjeangosi - 2005-10-21 10:36 PM

Hello Everyone,

Besides the Jornada, what are other good HPC 2000 devices...

Thanks,

Joseph


I would recommend NEC/Celux 300HC to you, if you could find a way to buy one.

It has Intel PXA250 300Mhz and this guarantees the number of compatible software; besides, 300HC has a full-sized usb host port and does not any clumsy adpater wire. I have found a working USB mass storage driver for it. You can connect to usb thumb drive, usb hdd and even usb gps with 300HC and this driver.

My thoughts on 300HC.

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/reviews/zx_celux300hc_english.shtml


Sigmarion II (S2, not S3) is also a good candidate. It has 200Mhz CPU and an independent video card. It is very fast and even faster than 300HC with 300Mhz CPu in some operations. It also has usb host capacities.

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/reviews/zx_sig2_english.shtml
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Yoldering Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 4:54 PM
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NEC MobilePro 790 is the most affordable way to go. They are great!
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torch Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 5:41 PM
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Yoldering - 2005-10-21 2:54 PM

NEC MobilePro 790 is the most affordable way to go. They are great!


Thanks to iamjoe and Yoldering.

Does the MobilePro 790 have USB sync?

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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 5:52 PM
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There's no USB port, no. Only the 800 and 880 had those. I like my 790 as well, but the only problem is that more H/PC 2000 software is available for ARM devices (like the J720) than for MIPS devices like the MP790.
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cmonex Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 6:35 PM
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tenjeangosi - 2005-10-21 10:36 PM

Hello Everyone,

Besides the Jornada, what are other good HPC 2000 devices...

Thanks,

Joseph


I would recommend NEC/Celux 300HC to you, if you could find a way to buy one.

It has Intel PXA250 300Mhz and this guarantees the number of compatible software; besides, 300HC has a full-sized usb host port and does not any clumsy adpater wire. I have found a working USB mass storage driver for it. You can connect to usb thumb drive, usb hdd and even usb gps with 300HC and this driver.

My thoughts on 300HC.

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/reviews/zx_celux300hc_english.shtml


Sigmarion II (S2, not S3) is also a good candidate. It has 200Mhz CPU and an independent video card. It is very fast and even faster than 300HC with 300Mhz CPu in some operations. It also has usb host capacities.

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/reviews/zx_sig2_english.shtml[/QUOT...

iamjoe:

these machines are *great* even if they're in japanese! the problem is japanese for english users the biggest problem is that how we can get them...

btw i've sent you a PM about this (english OS files on japanese HC300..). please check it thanks.

tenjeangosi: these two machines are great but if you can't get them or don't want japanese:
J72x, NEC 790, 900, intermec 6651 are the best. the best value for the money is the 790, yeah..
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torch Page Icon Posted 2005-10-21 6:50 PM
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cmonex - 2005-10-21 4:35 PM

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tenjeangosi - 2005-10-21 10:36 PM

Hello Everyone,

Besides the Jornada, what are other good HPC 2000 devices...

Thanks,

Joseph


I would recommend NEC/Celux 300HC to you, if you could find a way to buy one.

It has Intel PXA250 300Mhz and this guarantees the number of compatible software; besides, 300HC has a full-sized usb host port and does not any clumsy adpater wire. I have found a working USB mass storage driver for it. You can connect to usb thumb drive, usb hdd and even usb gps with 300HC and this driver.

My thoughts on 300HC.

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/reviews/zx_celux300hc_english.shtml


Sigmarion II (S2, not S3) is also a good candidate. It has 200Mhz CPU and an independent video card. It is very fast and even faster than 300HC with 300Mhz CPu in some operations. It also has usb host capacities.

http://www.rothberger.net/pages/reviews/zx_sig2_english.shtml[/QUOT...

iamjoe:

these machines are *great* even if they're in japanese! the problem is japanese for english users the biggest problem is that how we can get them...

btw i've sent you a PM about this (english OS files on japanese HC300..). please check it thanks.

tenjeangosi: these two machines are great but if you can't get them or don't want japanese:
J72x, NEC 790, 900, intermec 6651 are the best. the best value for the money is the 790, yeah..


Ok, well I want to get a device that offers USB Syncing. I do not know why, but I just do...

Joseph
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tenjeangosi - 2005-10-22 12:50 AM

Ok, well I want to get a device that offers USB Syncing. I do not know why, but I just do...


all of them offer that. except the 790.. but you can sync via lan or wlan, much easier and faster.
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cmonex,

With LAN, would sync speeds be either 10 MBPS and/or 100 MBPS. If yes, then I will get the 790. I guess USB is not exactly a necessitiy (I probably spelt it wrong ).

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tenjeangosi - 2005-10-22 1:43 AM

cmonex,

With LAN, would sync speeds be either 10 MBPS and/or 100 MBPS. If yes, then I will get the 790. I guess USB is not exactly a necessitiy (I probably spelt it wrong ).

Joseph


it is MUCH faster than usb sync.
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Thanks, cmonex, I am really excited, my mind is thinking: MobilePro 790! MobilePro 790! MobilePro 790!, and so on...

Joseph
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i am gonna toss my $.02 in on this. i've an NEC 780 that was upgraded to a 790. i use this baby in class (Nursing student here) i have had more people say & i quote "what is that? thats so cool!! where'd you get it? whats it do? its not a laptop? WOW!! i gotta get me one of them!!!"

i use the 790 MORE than i use my desktop pc!!!

i have been running round the net and you would not beleive the programs that are out there for this even though it is a MIPS processor. for my chem class, i found a periodic table of elements program!! i have to say the only thing better than my NEC? would be if i could get ahold of an NEC 900 and that only because the processor is faster think it's an ARM processor for the 900. and there are way more apps for the ARM than the MIPS.

there you have my priases of the 790. my kids keep teasing me about it, i named my 790 "MY PRECIOUS"!! as they have seen the Lord of the Ring movies, everytime i synq the 790 to my pc, an they walk behind me ( look at my desktop monitor) they giggle hystericly.

CIAO!!
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Great choice!
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tenjeangosi - 2005-10-22 3:23 AM

Thanks, cmonex, I am really excited, my mind is thinking: MobilePro 790! MobilePro 790! MobilePro 790!, and so on...

Joseph


ok if you like the size of it (portability or comfortability?), go for it! NEC stuff is really great.

if you're unsure you might want to see comparison pics of a NEC MP900(C) and J728, visit my site (izemize.fw.hu/hpc.php)

it really depends how and what you use the hpc for.
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Scarlet~Witch - 2005-10-21 7:27 PM

Hiya!
i am gonna toss my $.02 in on this. i've an NEC 780 that was upgraded to a 790. i use this baby in class (Nursing student here) i have had more people say & i quote "what is that? thats so cool!! where'd you get it? whats it do? its not a laptop? WOW!! i gotta get me one of them!!!"

i use the 790 MORE than i use my desktop pc!!!

i have been running round the net and you would not beleive the programs that are out there for this even though it is a MIPS processor. for my chem class, i found a periodic table of elements program!! i have to say the only thing better than my NEC? would be if i could get ahold of an NEC 900 and that only because the processor is faster think it's an ARM processor for the 900. and there are way more apps for the ARM than the MIPS.

there you have my priases of the 790. my kids keep teasing me about it, i named my 790 "MY PRECIOUS"!! as they have seen the Lord of the Ring movies, everytime i synq the 790 to my pc, an they walk behind me ( look at my desktop monitor) they giggle hystericly.

CIAO!!
Scarlet



Lol, Scarlet.

I cannot wait until I could get a 790...

Joseph
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