Re: [nbos] NBOS: What's next?
"Mike Oliver"
Sat Aug 25th, 2007
That's a pity. My Mobile Pro is a brilliant little notebook-style
computer but very light and compact. It has a full keyboard with
laptop-type keys, a USB port, touch-sensitive screen and modem usable in
USA, UK and Europe, plus IR connectivity - and it takes smart cards for
additional storage. It's over 7 years old and cost around $400 new. I
got it for 70 GBP on eBay about four years ago and it's still going
strong.

Trouble is, I can't get any software for it. I did manage to find an
office suite from a company called Softmaker which gives far more scope
than the standard CE office but the latest upgrade is incompatible with
CE.

I have CE development discs but can't work out how to use them or I'd
try to write some software myself. If I ever work it out, maybe we could
collaborate an something and both derive the benefit!

Cheers,

Mike
www.cartography-services.co.uk

-----Original Message-----
From: nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com
[mailto:nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com] On Behalf Of NBOS Support
Sent: 24 August 2007 08:09
To: nbossoftware-at-nbos.com
Subject: Re: [nbos] NBOS: What's next?

At 10:30 AM 8/23/2007, you wrote:
>I have an NEC Mobile Pro 880 hand-held. It runs Windows CE (V3.01) an
>has a MIPS 4000 family CPU. Would any of the software you have
produced
>or plan to produce run on that?

Probably not, unfortunately. The windows mobile world has moved solely
over to Intel processors (ARM based XScale cpu's), and I cant compile
any
existing code for anything other than those processors.

I'm in the same boat. I also have a pair of CE devices - a mobilon
tri-pad
tablet (which was a great GM'ing machine) and an HP Jornada 540.
Neither
are XScale processors, so I cant do much with them.


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