ZTERM for Windows CE
|Register ZTERM/CE on-line by clicking the Digital River icon||
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|Introduction to ZTERM CE|
|Product Status - find out about the current and upcoming releases|
|Install ZTERM - pretty simple really!|
|Platform Limitations - some things to watch out for on various HPCs|
ZTERM for Windows CE is a fully featured terminal emulator for Windows CE 2.11 and later. With over 20,000 copies installed on desktop Windows platforms, ZTERM for Windows CE is a stable and well tested program that's used every day to connect Windows machines to Unix and AMOS host computers, routers, switches and many other devices.
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ZTERM for Windows CE emulates the following terminals:
ZTERM for Windows CE can connect to the host via the following methods:
It also features accurate screen printing and a dot-matrix printer emulator that can produce 80x66 and 132x66 output on any printer supported by Windows CE. Host output can be printed to using printer pass through commands or via an LPR/LPD interface. ZTERM also supports redirection of printer output to a serial or parallel port.
ZTERM for Windows CE also includes Smart-Mouse technology, permitting navigation of most host menus using the mouse and has logging and file transfer capabilities via FTP
You can read more about ZTERM by looking at the main ZTERM page; most of the information there also applies to ZTERM for Windows CE.
Version 2.1 is the current version and runs on all HPC/Pro devices including 1/2 VGA displays.
Pricing has been set at $59.95 per copy. Online purchasing is available from our on-line sales partner, Digital River or for bulk purchases, contact one of our ZTERM distributors
To download the release of ZTERM for Windows CE, please visit our Download section. If you want to find the latest news about ZTERM/CE, you can read the release notes.
Installing ZTERM for Windows CE
If you're using the 2.1 beta version, there are no .cab files - you must transfer the setup utility to your desktop PC and then install ZTERM/CE via ActiveSync.
These problems are machine specific issues that we cannot work around. Please remember that in the Windows CE world, there is no standard hardware platform like there is in the desktop environment - as a result, there are subtle implementation differences in many devices and this can result in some odd operation.
Also please keep in mind power usage. If ZTERM has an open connection to any device, the HPC will not power off. This is a limitation on Windows CE when a socket (a telnet connection for example) is open. We force the same restriction in ZTERM for serial ports and modems to maintain the same operation as with telnet and also because powering off ZTERM when connected to a serial port or modem may cause some undesired behaviour when the device is powered back on.
|HP Jornada 820 (Strong ARM SA-1100)||
|Compaq Aero 8000 (Hitachi SH4)||
|1/2 VGA Displays||