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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2006)

Programming The Pocket PC

By Walter O. Krawec    View In Digital Edition  

A typical Pocket PC sports a 200 MHz CPU along with 64 MB of RAM and a 65,000 color LCD — all within a case designed to fit in the palm of your hand. Additionally, these devices usually run a version of Windows CE as their operating system, making it easy for us to develop applications for them, given the right tools...


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