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Sharp Brain PW-A7000 + ceOpener

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Posted 7 months ago | Reviews | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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The Sharp Brain PW-A7000 is one of those obscure Japanese only Windows CE release that most in the West will never get to see. Designed for a very niche market, the Brain offered the Japanese business person on the fly access to a set of tools designed to help navigate Japanese social and business worlds.

As a compact companion device, the peppy little PW-A7000 looks the part, but does it really work for anything beyond its original dictionary use and is it of any value to a non-Japanese user?

In a two part review, Roy Chan firstly takes a look at the Sharp Brain PW-A7000 in detail before diving into the process of altering the device to make it a little more reminiscent of the Windows CE 6.0 that we are all used to.

View: [Part 1] Sharp Brain PW-A7000
View: [Part 2] The CeOpener Experience: Tapping into Sharp Brain's WinCE desktop

Read the review and let us know your thoughts here on the forums!

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Posted on 07 April 2020 at 18:51

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