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> Hitachi Flora-ie Mx1 For Sale, Pocket PC wm2003 6000sl clone
stuey
post Oct 25 2006, 06:59 AM
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Hitachi Flora-ie MX1 - 6000sl 'clone' has bluetooth and wifi for geeky bedtime surfing.

Yup its japanese WM2003se- but with the right front end GSFinder you'd never know.

Runs Opera ( licence not provided), TCPMP and Acrobat (use ForceHires to view tiny fonts). Its even got some client/server browsing stuff built in(?)

I've had 2 Zeds and for everday stuff I'm affaid the Flora wins- its great for watching movies,reading pdf, and talking book whilst on holiday.

Before anybody asks - I've never managed to get a ROM dump for dual booting.

It's in great condition, and will come with a UK powersupply and a USB dongle.

£120 inc p&p - or offers there abouts.

[can take paypal]
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post Oct 25 2006, 02:02 PM
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QUOTE(stuey @ Oct 25 2006, 04:59 PM)
Hitachi Flora-ie MX1 - 6000sl 'clone' has bluetooth and wifi for geeky bedtime surfing.

Yup its japanese WM2003se- but with the right front end GSFinder you'd never know.

Runs Opera ( licence not provided), TCPMP and Acrobat (use ForceHires to view tiny fonts). Its even got some client/server browsing stuff built in(?)

I've had 2 Zeds and for everday stuff I'm affaid the Flora wins- its great for watching movies,reading pdf, and talking book whilst on holiday.

Before anybody asks - I've never managed to get a ROM dump for dual booting.

It's in great condition, and will come with a UK powersupply and a USB dongle.

£120 inc p&p - or offers there abouts.

[can take paypal]
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what about the build in apps (PIM etc.) aren't they all Japanese too?

Do i remember right that WM2003 still had the problem of reconfigure/reinstall or restore all if battery runs empty? This was first solved with WM5?

The Opera version which runs is: Opera 8.0 for Windows Mobile, Smartphone (WM 2003)?
http://www.opera.com/products/mobile/products/winmobile/

A short german descrition of the Flora can be found here: http://www.pocketpc-salzburg.at/modules.ph...e=print&sid=590

Does WPA encryption work on the WLAN?

Thanks
Georg
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stuey
post Oct 25 2006, 02:46 PM
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Hi Georg
WM2003se does forget your settings if its internal back up battery goes flat - about 2 days after main battery loses its charge. I use the included back up utility or just keep my 'install files/ scripts in the Flora's flash memory- for permanent storage.

I used Opera 8 - I believe 8.6 for Pocket PC will run even better.

All the internal software is in Japanese - picture, word and excel are easy to get on with but I think the pims does things 'different alphabet' - this can be tweaked with a reg hack - I just use 3rd party UK software.

Does WPA work ?? - I've only used it on open networks - WEP DNS WINS IP & VNC all a peer in the network configuration settings. To get WPA (or) pure English language support - it would take some one who knows more about these things than my newbie self.

I have found 'hacks' on the web - but asking a Japanese student - is far easier ;-)
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post Nov 12 2006, 12:14 PM
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Bump - How about £90 posted to UK ?
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