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Pocket PC 2002 Upgrades
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2001, All Rights Reserved.

Revised 10/4/2001

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The following OEMs have announced the ability for their Pocket PCs to upgrade to the next generation of Pocket PC 2002, code name Merlin. 

Applications not included in flash upgrade:

Application/Feature Available?
Spell checker for Word or Inbox No
MSN Messenger Yes - ram install
Microsoft Reader Yes - ram install
Windows Media Player 8.0 Yes - ram install
WAP Support Yes - ram install
Transcriber Yes - ram install
Terminal Server Client Yes - ram install

Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC 3100 and 3600 series - Notes on the upgrade.  Compaq has only released a 16 mb flash upgrade for the iPAQ.  It is $29.95 to purchase it.  It is free for customers that purchase their device between 9/6/01 and 10/4/01.  There is no support for a 32 mb flash image even though some devices have a 32 mb flash.  This is to treat all customers the same.  Futher some applications are not included in flash.  So far this includes spell checking in Word,  Reader, Windows Media Player, WAP support.

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Other Pocket PC Upgrades

There are no upgrades for the Casio Cassiopeia or Hewlett Packard Jornada Pocket PCs. The Pocket PC 2002 requires a StrongARM CPU and a flash rom.  The flash rom is required to support the upgrades.

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