by April 1, 2000 0 comments

This is a sleek-looking
digital diary with a large touch screen and a provision for PC connectivity.
It runs on two AAA-size batteries and weighs approximately 150 grams.

You can type in text using
the keyboard that pops up on the panel. The keyboard has many features like
auto complete to complete words for you, capitalizing the names and
beginnings of sentences, etc.

The Casio Pocket Viewer is
positioned for mobile people who need to retrieve information quickly and
easily, and need tools like calculator, world clock, and metric conversions
at their disposal. It can connect to a PC through a software called PC-Sync
for Windows. The diary comes with a cradle that connects to your PC’s
serial port. All you need to do is place the diary in its cradle and press a
button on it to synchronize data between the two.

The diary comes with two card
games. It’s available in 2 MB and 4 MB memory versions. However, the
documentation could have been better with a more extensive troubleshooting

Overall, the product is quite
user friendly and is well priced.

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