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A two-page advertisement of Windows CE from Wired 4/98.

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“Could you possibly have more of an advantage?”

Your secret? Having the essence of your PC at your fingertips. That’s the promise of devices powered by the Microsoft® Windows® CE 2.0 operating system. The latest Handheld PCs are available now, so you can stay in touch with clients via e-mail, research late breaking opportunities online, and calculate margins via Pocket Excel, all in less time than it takes the market to move 30 points.

It’s just like having the best of your PC with you all the time, with the Windows interface you know and pocket versions of the Microsoft Office applications you depend on. Hundreds of your favorite off-the-shelf programs, such as Symantec ACT!, pcANYWHERE and Microsoft Expedia™ Streets 98 are available to choose from. Don’t worry about being out of date; with Windows CE’s built-in ActiveSync™ technology, you get effortless synchronization with your desktop and server information, even files, e-mail, and meeting requests. If your data needs to be secure, Windows CE includes support for industry-standard security protocols.

And before the stock ticker turns? Review wireless updates, check your puts, review your calls, or send an e-mail to your broker. And see how much Windows CE 2.0 turns downtime into uptime, anytime.

To find out more about Handheld PCs powered by Microsoft Windows CE, go to
Where do you want to go today?®

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© 1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, ActiveSync, Expedia, PowerPoint, and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Variants of this ad: “More productive” · “More of an advantage”
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