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A two-page advertisement of Windows CE from Wired 7/98.

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Is it possible to fit Windows in the palm of your hand?

Now there’s a new way to carry your most vital information with you anywhere – with Palm-size PCs powered by the Microsoft© Windows© CE operating system. While designed from the ground up to be the easiest and most intuitive palm-size device, Palm-size PCs maintain the power and familiarity of Windows.

You’ll like the way Palm-size PCs keep you effortlessly up-to-date. Because of Microsoft ActiveSync™ technology, your Palm-size PC files stay continuously and automatically in synch with your desktop PC. Just connect a Palm-size PC to your computer, and it does the rest, updating your contacts, calendar, tasks, e-mail and notes. You can even download Web pages for convenient offline viewing.

If you know Windows, you can use a Palm-size PC immediately. And entering data is a cinch, whether you handwrite notes, or use the voice recorder or on-screen keyboard.

Whether your Windows-based world includes a network, a desktop PC, or a laptop, you’ll want the palm-size unit that best connects with it all. Look for the logo that says “Powered by Microsoft Windows CE” to ensure secure access to every Windows-based device.

Palm-size PCs powered by Windows CE are available today from multiple hardware vendors. For a reseller near you or for more information about the companies that provide Palm-size PCs, go to

Where do you want to go today?®

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

Variants of this ad: With Windows 98 Upgrade · Regular
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