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Casio Cassiopeia E-125 G
Casio Computer Co., Ltd., 2000
CPU: NEC VR4122 MIPS @ 150 MHz
Memory: RAM 32 MB and ROM 16 MB
Operating system: Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 PocketPC edition
Size: 81.2 mm x 132 mm x 20.1 mm: 256 g
Display: HAST LCD, 240 x 320 Pixel, 65536 colors
Interface: Serial/USB and IrDA (ver. 1.2)
Expansion slots: CompactFlash Type I and II
Battery: Li-Ion rechargeable, up to 6 hours of running time; CR2032 for memory protection
Input: Touch Screen, Microphone, 3 user-configurable buttons, a control pad
Casio Cassiopeia was the brand name of a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) manufactured by Casio. Casio was one of the first manufacturers of PDAs, developing at the beginning small pocket-sized computers with keyboards and later moving to smaller units in response to customer demand.The E-125 is designed as the mobile business professional. Casio It lets users carry essential business data by downloading through a PC data located on office PCs and servers. Moreover E-125 ment to maximize the merits of a Microsoft Windows Powered pocket PC such as: superior connectivity to PCs and a variety of devices in addition to pre-installed practical business applications.