List of Pocket PC Devices

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This is a list of Pocket PC devices, and companies that make, or have made, them. (See also List of Windows Mobile devices.)

Acer[edit]

Acer F Series[edit]

  • f900

Acer C500 Series(integrated GPS)[edit]

  • c510
  • c530
  • c531
  • Ferrari Racing

Acer N Series[edit]

  • n10
  • n30
  • n50
  • n35 (integrated GPS)
  • n300
  • n310
  • n311
  • n320

ASUS[edit]

Audiovox (Now UTStarcom)[edit]

Binatone[edit]

Binatone Carrera (GPS)[edit]

Casio[edit]

Cassiopeia[edit]

Only the Casio E-115, E-125 and EM-500 were Pocket PCs. All others were using the older "Palm-sized PC" operating system except for the BE-300, which ran a stripped down version of Windows CE 3.0 and would not run any Pocket PC software and many applications written for Windows CE itself.

Compaq[edit]

Cowon[edit]

E-TEN[edit]

Dell[edit]

Dell Axim[edit]

Dopod[edit]

Dopod Site [14]

Fisher Scientific[edit]

  • Accumet XL60 pH/mV/DO/ISE/Conductivity/Resistivity/Temperature Meter
  • Accumet XL50 pH/mV/ISE/Conductivity/Resistivity/Temperature Meter
  • Accumet XL25 pH/mV/ISE/ Meter
  • Accumet XL20 pH/mV/Conductivity/Resistivity/Salinity/Temperature Meter meter
  • Accumet XL15 pH/mV/Temperature meter

Fujitsu[edit]

Fujitsu-Siemens Computers[edit]

Garmin[edit]

Hewlett Packard[edit]

Jornada[edit]

Note that the 600, 700 and 800 series were Handheld PCs that came before the Pocket PC platform was launched.

HP/Compaq iPAQ[edit]

Hitachi[edit]

HTC[edit]

i-mate[edit]

  • Momento Digital Photo Frame
  • Pocket PC
  • Ultimate 8150
  • Ultimate 8502
  • Ultimate 9502

IBM[edit]

JVC[edit]

Jointech[edit]

Kopin Corporation[edit]

LG[edit]

Linksys[edit]

Magellan Navigation[edit]

Meizu[edit]

Mobile Crossing[edit]

Motorola[edit]

MWg[edit]

NAVIGON (Personal Navigation Assistant)[edit]

  • 7100
  • 5100
  • 2100

NEC[edit]

NTT DoCoMo[edit]

O2[edit]

Opticon[edit]

Palm[edit]

Philips[edit]

None of the Philips devices were Pocket PCs. The Nino was a Palm-Sized PC that preceded the Pocket PC platform and the Velo was the older still Handheld PC platform.

Qtek[edit]

  • Qtek 1010
  • Qtek 2020
  • Qtek 2020i

Samsung[edit]

  • Samsung I700
  • Samsung I710
  • Samsung I730
  • Samsung I740
  • Samsung I760
  • Samsung I780
  • Samsung I900

Sega[edit]

  • Sega Dreamcast (Windows CE Compatible)

Silvercrest[edit]

Siemens[edit]

Snap-on Tools[edit]

Sophia Mobile[edit]

Takara[edit]

ThinCCo[edit]

Trium[edit]

Toshiba[edit]

Unitech[edit]

UTStarcom[edit]

Vadem[edit]

Vadem devices were not Pocket PCs but were the older Handheld PC platform.

Viewsonic[edit]

Vivax (available only in Ex-Yu markets)[edit]

Yakumo[edit]

Emulators[edit]

See also[edit]