allNetDevices: IBM Stops Production of Windows CE DeviceMar 29, 2000, 14:46 (1 Talkback[s])
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"IBM has stopped producing its Windows CE-based handheld but will continue selling devices built on the Palm OS, the company has confirmed."
"Specifically, the company has quietly stopped producing its z50 keyboard-based device, a spokesman confirmed. The so-called Jupiter-class device, which was released last May, was similar to, but somewhat smaller than, a small laptop computer and cost less than $1,000. It was the only Windows CE device the company produced."
"The spokesman said the company would examine Pocket PC for possible future products but acknowledged that, "I haven't heard any plans to use it.""
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