Digit-Life reviews the NECMobilePro 200E PDA. THe MobilePro is trying to get the low end market like the Dell Axim.
"A potential owner of the NEC Mobile Pro 200E has to tradeoff its
performance for the sake of its design. On one hand, the device is
pretty slim and doesn't tend to slip out of your hand. The panels are
made of aluminum - the material which is not that easy to scratch
compared to plastic. On the other hand, the low performance of the
200E won't let you play video (maybe for demonstration only), and the
interface works pretty slowly as well. In general, the NEC Mobile Pro
200E is a typical budget Pocket PC 2002 based PDA that is so close to
the Mitac Mio 338 that it makes me think it's another solution of this
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