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New BE-300 Cassiopeia Pocket Manager

This 32K color, personal digital assistant (PDA) with an open development framework based on Windows CE 3.0 has revolutionized the Windows CE environment. The Casio BE300 Pocket Manager boasts superior expandability, user-friendly controls, and a great price! A powerful and versatile device offers a robust line of business accessories, software and expandability features for both business professionals and students alike.

The BE300 runs Windows CE 3.0 as it’s operating system and features a unique user interface that emphasizes the user, while also offering superior connectivity with Windows PCs. All this at prices that allow for widespread adoption.

The BE300 Pocket Manager uses a new 166MHz, 280 MIPS CPU and an optimized operating system and software. The BE300 is equipped with a Type II CompactFlash (CF) card slot, enabling it to use memory cards, wireless network cards, LAN cards and Bluetooth cards, among others, via the drivers, which Casio expects to make available at a later date. Furthermore, Casio is also offering an expansion PC card slot to insert in the CF card slot as an option, giving superior expandability.

The BE300 Pocket Manager fulfills the requirements of active businesspeople who travel extensively in the course of their work. Users can not only use PIMs or business applications, they can also connect to networks with ease wherever they may be, for sending and receiving e-mail and viewing Web content.

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