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Casio Cassiopeia E-115 Color Pocket PC

by Casio

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  • Fast 131 MHz processor, 32 MB RAM, 65,536-color screen
  • Built-in microphone, speaker, infrared port
  • Plays stereo MP3, Audible.com spoken-word content, Microsoft audio, and video movies
  • Extensive Microsoft and Casio software suite
  • What's in the box: Cassiopeia E-115, Stylus, Docking Cradle, AC Adapter, Lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack, CR2032 lithium battery, Connector cable, User's Guide, Hardware Guide
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Product Description

Amazon.com

The Cassiopeia E-115 puts a lot of color in your pocket--it's the ultimate in mobile information management. With its big color display and powerful 131 MHz processor, the E-115 is a multimedia powerhouse that lets you view movies or surf the Internet in vivid color with rich stereo sound. And the E-115 delivers the comprehensive functionality and application support you've come to expect from the Pocket PC platform, making it the perfect tool for remote connectivity management.

The E-115 comes with a wealth of software, both for fun and productivity. Mail Setup Tool is an application that simplifies the otherwise troublesome settings you would need to make in order to send and receive e-mall on your Pocket PC. Mail Setup Tool makes the required settings to configure the E-115 for your Internet service provider. With Mail Setup Tool, you input the information you get from your ISP by just following the instructions that appear on the display of your Pocket PC.

Mobile Calendar is an easy-to-use calendar synchronization tool that works with Microsoft Outlook 2000 on your PC. Mobile Address Book synchronizes scheduling data with Microsoft Outlook 2000 on your PC. Palm Pilot Data Converter lets you to move your Palm Pilot contact and schedule information to the E-115.

Mobile Video Player for PC lets you play Cassiopeia original movie format (CMF) files on your computer. After installing this software, simply double-click a CMF file to play it. Mobile Video Converter converts popular PC-based video formats (MPEG-1, AVI, and QuickTime) into the CMF format that you can see, hear, and enjoy on your E-115.

The Audible application supports Audible.com, where you'll find thousands of spoken-word audio programs--from bestselling audiobooks to readings of top newspapers and magazines. Card Backup Tool lets you quickly and easily back up your E-115 memory data to a CompactFlash card. Casio Menu makes it possible to launch applications and open files by tapping a button on the screen. It even lets you assign the application or file you want to each button. (For a complete list of the E-115's extensive included software, see our FAQ).

Powerful, productive, connected, versatile, feature-rich, fast, easy to use, ergonomic, fun, value packed, and expandable--the Cassiopeia E-115 is the perfect Pocket PC companion for your busy lifestyle.

What's in the box

  • Cassiopeia E-115
  • Stylus
  • Docking Cradle
  • AC Adapter
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack
  • CR2032 lithium battery
  • Connector cable
  • Pocket PC User's Guide
  • Hardware Guide

Product Details

Product Manual [543kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 3.2 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SYVH
  • Item model number: E-115
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #693,639 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 1973

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Overall, great product and great performance.
Cliff Calhoun
I am not a big Microsoft fan - but if you are going to plunk down the money, might as well make is useful.
Bholu
Unlike other Pocket PC's, the Casio E-115 is very fast.
CDaniels

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111 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Rob on April 30, 2000
Note: This is actully a 4 1/2 stars
There are two types ofpeople, those who are organized and those who aren't. For thosepeople who aren't, one of the best solutions, at least to get your days activities in order, is to buy a PDA. But then there is the problem of which ones to choose. Right now there are two that top my list: The Cassiopia E-115 and the Palm Vx (that review will be up shortly after this one).
A Powerhouse in a rather small package: Sporting a very high 131 mhz processor and 32 Megs of ram, a fancy 16 bit screen as well as the new OS avidly named "Pocket PC", the Cassiopia E-115 has almost gotten to that fine line that's one step above a PDA and one step below a laptop. Not only does it have programs built into it like outlook, notepad, word, and internet explorer pocket, but it also allows you to play MP3's and movie files on it in full 16-bit glory. Also, unlike it's rival PDA, the palm Vx, it recognizes your style of writing, freeing you from having to learn the grafiti handwriting style programed in Palm Vx OS. And switching back and forth between programs has been made even easier by the addition of a navagation wheel that is located on the front of the Cassiopia. For instance, if you're using internet explorer pocket and you want to get back to word, simply press the button and the screen changes back to word (and Vice Versa).
Trouble in Paridise: Like it's previous models, the 100 and the 105, the 115 has a rather short battery life of only 6-8 hours, which means that after a full days use it has to be recharged. Also if you use it's modem (sold seperatly), mp3 player, or video player during the day, it will use up the energy in the battery even quicker. Another problem...
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Omar Halabi on April 23, 2000
This is the much improved Windows CE device and I have to say it is awsome. The cool 16-bit color display beats Palm IIIc's 8-bit and also has so many feautures. Unlike the Jornada 545 it has a Type II slot so you can add IBM's microdrive hard drive (340 MB) so you can add all the MP3 you desire. It may be heavier but it's worth it for all the added features and 32 MB RAM and includs things like pocket Word and Excel and MP3 player also and eBOOKS which are great. Also it has 8 hours continuous use until recharge! Some people say they have problems with Windows CE but with mine I've had no problems and is much better than any palm. All in all I say if you can afford it you sould purchase this product now!
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Bholu on May 22, 2000
I bought a Palm IIIc. I returned it after a week and bought a Cassiopeia E115. Best decision I made. For most people like me who use Windows NT at work and have a PC at home, it is just much more functional. All software comes built in (unlike Palm) - I have Word, Excel, Outlook and Money. For Palm I would have to shell out more money to buy a worksheet app or a word processor. The Pocket PC, when plugged in to the PC, appears as another folder on the Desktop. You can drag and drop files between the desktop PC and your pocket PC. Simple. With Avantgo channels (or your own custome channels)- you have all the dowloads you need to keep you occupied on an airport or in a plane. With a faster processor and a simpler OS, Pocket PC is now a serious threat to Palm. To all Palm FANATICS - the writing is on the wall. I am not a big Microsoft fan - but if you are going to plunk down the money, might as well make is useful. Fortunately or unfortunately, Windows CE based machines will take over the real palm computing arena. Palm will be beat in 24 months and will have the low end, organizer market.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 31, 2000
Well, I'm cheating a little here, because I'm still using my old Cassiopeia E-100. But I didn't see anyone else saying too much about the microphone, which has been an absolute life saver for me! I spend at least 2 hours in commute time each day, and I'm not free to use a stylus or a pen during that time. When that great idea hits me, I can use one hand and record my ideas, and still keep my eyes on the road. That feature alone made the Cassieopeia stand out among the crowd. And one of my best surprises was being able to record a bit of a song off the radio and take it to the store where the clerk could tell me the title. Much easier than me humming a few unrecognizable bars.
Overall the product is exemplary. Honestly the best money I've spent in years.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Susan McMackin Reynolds on July 25, 2000
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Not accustomed to products that I can use straight from the box, as I was unwrapping my Cassiopeia E-115 I was prepared for an ordeal, and lots of time consulting manuals & maybe even the 800 number techies. Much to my delight I found that from the moment I hit the ON button, I was actually USING my new pocket-PC rather than playing with it while struggling with a steep learning curve
In fact, the controls & menus of the E-115 are truly easy to use, making a book unnecessary. The Cassiopeia designers have put together an absolutely instinctive product, allowing me to quickly master what I had expected to be the intricacies of menus, not to mention handwriting recognition. Instead, within only a few minutes I was able to enter names into my contact list, add items to my "to do" list, and set appointments in my date book. Later, using auto-Sync to transfer documents and other material to & from my PC & laptop was effortless.
Out of the box the audio is high quality, the display crystal clear and the colors vivid, and an easy on-screen adjustment let me fiddle with the contrast settings until they were absolutely right for me. Among my favorite features are that the E-115 turns itself off (after an interval that I can adjust) and again turns itself ON to remind me of an appointment or task with an audible alarm as well as a flashing light. Add the "snooze" button, adjustable to re-remind in intervals from 5 minutes to a week, & the reminder function is an even more powerful feature, and one that is infinitely customizable!
I'm an independent contractor who works out of my home, often on the road & as such it's not unusual for me to be found doing paperwork at the table of a restaurant.
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