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Posted byAnonymous (
Posted on01/10/02 10:29 AM

> The Casio Cassiopeia does and always has supported multiple keypresses/pad use
> etc. I have an E-115 that works well with mameCE. It also has a better screen
> than the Ipaq.
> I believe the latest Cassiopeia also uses the same CPU as the Ipaq too (206 Mhz
> strongARM) so performance should be comparable.
> Neil.
> Neil
I too have a casio e-115 and the processor is MIPS at 150Mhz, I think the casio models have the best screens out there, but the processors aren't as fast as some... The Cassiopeia's button layout is very similar to a gameboy, so this is an advantge in my opinion. It has a directional pad on the left and buttons on the right. Most Ipaq models have a D-pad in the middle and buttons on either side of it, and in my opinion is not the ideal layout. The jornada models (at least all of the ones I have seen) look like they don't even have a directional button or if there is one, it's only up and down, with no left or right. (somebody please correct me if I'm wrong) If money is no object, there's a new model of cassiopeia coming out (e-200 I think) that looks promising. Although the button layout is similar to the ipaq models. I hope this was helpful.

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....Re: Best Handheld for Mame?  Anonymous01/10/02 10:29 AM