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By Chris De Herrera 
Copyright 1998-2007
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Windows CE 2.0 Development Systems
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 1997, 1998
All Pictures By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 1997, 1998, 
All Rights Reserved

 Version 1.05   Revised 9/6/98

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Digital Equipment's Strong ARM SA-1100

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This system is a Strong ARM  SA-1100 running at 200mhz at 2 volts.  It also has 16mb of 60ns dram. DEC has no plans for direct sales of Windows CE systems.

Hitachi SH-3 7709

Hitachi's 7709 development system is running at 80mhz.  Casio, Ericsson, Hewlett Packard, Hitachi, and LG Electronics are using this chip.

Motorola Power PC 821

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(Lower Picture Courtesy of Motorola.)

This is a protoype of a Motorola 821 system with 16mb of EDO ram and built in flash.  It has Ethernet onboard but there are no drivers yet.  Motorola is offering the development kits for $0 cost to encourage development.

NEC Vr4101

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Philips PR37100 Systems

This is a prototype of a 640 x 480 screen.  No units have been announced with this screen size.

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Philips PR31700 and UCB1200 (Two Chip Pic) is running at 75mhz.  Philips Velo 500, Sharp, and Compaq are using this chipset.

All pictures were taken at Comdex, Fall 1997 , CES, Winter 1998 with a Casio QV-700 Digital Camera.

Other Developer Links:  These vendors provide software and hardware developers with assistance in creating Windows CE systems from the ground up.

Special Computing

Annasoft Systems

Cell Computing

Digital Equipment Corp.

Intrinsyc Software

Mips

Phoenix Technologies

RadiSys

bSquare Corp.

Motorola

Eclipse International

Philips Semiconductor

VenturCom

Applied Microsystems

Vadem

Microsoft Embedded Systems

Advanced Micro Devices

Hitachi

Microsoft Windows CE 2.1 Whitepapers


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