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BSQUARE releases source code and binary versions of its Windows CE 2.1 development kits.

The Windows CE market just got a boost from BSQUARE Corp., which released CE Xpress Kits for Windows CE 2.1. The kits are designed for embedded systems designers who want to incorporate Windows CE into their target devices quickly.You can choose from source code versions (called Adaptation Kits) and a less-expensive Binary Version. Platforms supported include those based on the AMD Elan SC400, Intel SA-1100, Cyrix MediaGXm 5520/5530,and the Motorola Power PC 821/860. Prices range from $495 for individual Binary Kit licenses to $19,995 for an Adaptation Kit site license.

BSQUARE Corp., 888-820-4500, www.bsquare.com.

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