by November 16, 2001 0 comments



This sleek Internet appliance running Windows CE has a host of applications for doing Internet related and regular productivity work. You can surf the Net, download and operate your e-mail, chat, or listen to MP3s from the Web. For regular productivity work, it has a built-in Word processor (Pocket Word), a Personal Information Manager, and an image viewer. What’s more interesting is its multilingual support for e-mail and Word.

The appliance connects to the Net over dial-up using its built-in 56K modem or broadband using its built-in Ethernet port. We really liked its simplicity. Plug-in a monitor, mouse, and keyboard; plug-in the power cable, push the power switch and the device is ready to roll. No lengthy boot-up or shutdown times. However, initial setup can be tedious because you have to reboot the machine after you have configured its Internet access settings. Here, even slight modifications require a reboot.

Being Windows CE, many applications are similar to their desktop Windows counterparts. For instance, Pocket Word is similar to MS Word, while the Web browser is a scaled down version of Internet Explorer 4.0. It supports HTML 4.0, so you won’t have problems while browsing any kind of Web page, be it with scripts, frames, or forms. 

Price: Rs 20,000 
Contact: I2IT. Tel: 02139-34190—2, Fax: 33441. P-14, Pune Infotech Park, Hinjawadi, Pune 411027. E-mail:
info@nicetop.net

Anil Chopra in Gurgaon

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