Perfect transaction- 2nd chance on an important,dated,electronic device!
3 November 2011
Summary: I purchased a Casio in 1982.Loved it,all my passwords were on it(foolish move)and then it DIED. I purchased this Casio-it is in perfect condition. Included new charging cord, cradle & literature!! Pulled my info off my old one-changing my password ways-Thank you for a 2nd chance!!
Summary: The Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 was an innovative device in its time, though the reason lies below the surface. It was one of the first PDAs to feature a flash-type ROM (read-only memory) module on which the operating system is installed. This allows the user to install customized operating environments based on the Windows CE 3.0 kernel.
Summary: These units are light, smaller than most pocket units and very simple to operate. Casio hampered the units with a very simple menu system that works fine but do not think this is your basic windows unit. If you have time and a little know how you can search the web for add on menu systems that turn the BE into a system similar to windows start menu. With the add on it is a very nice unit.
Summary: its a perfect mp3 ,video , and camera iys no ipod but they are expense and i cant afford one ever and i hate itunes and mac's suck PC rules so its a good player only problem is i need a new battery thats it
Summary: This thing is so much fun! If you get one with BEE V2 or one of the other few OS's developed for it, that is. The standard Casio Operating system truly sucks, and doesn't come near exploiting the many capabilities of this versatile and smart little machine.
Summary: I've had mine since 2002 and still use it. Not the fanciest or geekest, but does the job. I bought a keyboard for mine, now I can type anything anywhere, modem and can connect to the net-dial up tho...-and went thru several batteries. The batteries are a different story. Laptops for less, no I don't work for them, sells them for a reasonable price, and they're easy to put in. Don't get sucked into sending it to Casio to replace the battery.
Summary: Don't be fooled by this one because of it's Windows Based OS. I've had it for about 3 or 4 yrs. and all it's good for is an address book and calendar. I bought it because it had a color LCD, it's price and it was Windows based. You can't really do anything with excel files except view them. I've realized I bought a unit that is only good for an address book and calendar and thats what it is used for.
Summary: Note: I have this unit for 4 years - so my review for 4 years of usage. The good: Stylish, even for a unit as outdated now as the BE-300.. a testiment of its design. This unit had massive numbers of programs when the unit comes with also was a plus - but since out classed by almost all modern PDA.