Pocket PC’s were a Personal Data Assistant group which used Windows CE operating system. These were a precursor to SmartPhones that are common now. Orionrobots would sooner recommend using a Raspberry Pi or Smartphone than using one of these obsolete devices.
The rest of this information is for reference only and originates from about 2005.
Some models may be re-flashed with a Linux operating system, making them more usable in robotics applications.
Their small size and low power consumption had promise for robot control devices, while the touch screen gives a suitable method of Human-Computer Interaction with a robot.
Orion has owned the HP1910 and the Dell Axim x30 pocket PC devices.
When buying a PocketPC, it was vital that they had an SDIO or CF slot, and take note of BlueTooth or WiFi systems it had. If you are going to use a device like this for robot applications - then consider the weight and power consumption.
Time to build your own robot! Using a Raspberry Pi with parts and some time, you can use my book to learn how to make and program a robot with automatic behaviours.