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About this product
- Product LineCasio Cassiopeia
- RAM32 MB
- Installed Memory16 MB - ROM
- Processor TypeNEC VR4121 131 MHz
- Operating System ProvidedMicrosoft Windows CE 3.0
- Operating System RequiredMicrosoft Windows 95/98,Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
- Input MethodStylus,touch-screen
- Display Colors16-bit (64K colors)
- Display Resolution240 x 320
- Display TechnologyColor TFT - 240 x 320
- Battery TypeLithium ion
- Audio InputMicrophone
- Audio OutputSpeaker(s)
- Connectivity Interfaces1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm,1 x serial - RS-232C - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9)
- Software IncludedAOL Dialer,AOL Mail,AudibleManager,CFBackup,Channels,Menu,Microsoft Expedia Pocket Streets,Microsoft Money for Pocket PC,Mobile Camera,Mobile Video Converter,Mobile Video Player,Palm Data Converter,ZIO Golf Demo 3D
- Wireless ConnectivityIrDA
- Dimensions (WxDxH)3.26 in. x 0.75 in. x 5.11 in.
- Weight255 g
- Depth1.9 cm
Most relevant reviews
- smallgovernment...Mar 23, 2008by
A good PDA must have a REPLACEABLE battery, be very low priced (in case you lose or break it) and be able to synch with some version of outlook. The best PDA ever made was the Casio PV400 plus (monochrome screen, AAA batteries that would last almost a year). But if you HAVE to have color, the Casio e115 is a good comprimize. The newer e125 doesn't add enough features to make it much better. But don't get the older e100 or e105 as they don't have word, excel, and money. All the e series are too big and heavy for small people. But it's fine for me.
- resqspcJan 19, 2007by
Older and still useful
This is an older device (1998-99 vintage); thus, it lack many of the abilities of current-generation hard- and software. That said, for someone who has finally decided to experiment with a PDA, it's a great learning tool. The software is farly user-sympathetic, and the device is quite handy. I'll use it for quite a while!
- peter.rhys.jenk...Mar 10, 2007by
Great iPhone Simulator
The machine arrived in perfect condition. I added a WiFi card and have ben using the device as a handheld home controller using the IE interface to talk to a Web site I created. I have 96x96 icons for lights etc that I push with my finger - the screen is the same size as the iPhone so it makes a great simulator. The service from this seller was awesome. Peter.
- les812812Sep 12, 2009by
I was very disappointed in the Casio, the battery is dead and won't charge and the manual wasn't in the box.The only reason I haven't sent it back is the power back does work on my Compaq 1500 Aero and I only paid a small amount.I will try to get another battery for the casio to see if it works.