OK, extreme oldie.
I bought one at Overstock.com and would be happy to return it if they would give me my money back. I am not sure how they can sell this thing because an ordinary buyer can't get past the login screen. It is also odd to read in the ePods One Handbook that, "Your ePodsOne has an infrared port so you can connect to other infrared-enabled devices without cables. This feature is currently unavailable."
Anyway, Windows CE seems pretty limited from what I have read and from what I see installed in the files of the ePods.
I have "hacked" it to the point I am ready to try installing ePods1XPApps Full Application Version 3.51 but the procedure isn't entirely clear to me at this time.
It also isn't clear that I can connect to Earthlink, my ISP, once I get a browser via ePods1XPApps.
But the main reason I bought it is to give me something to fiddle with so in that respect it is OK.
I am a retired USN Aviation Electronics Tech, first class no less, MSEE, 30 yrs with the US National Bureau of Standards as an electrical engineer...I have plenty of time to fiddle.
By the way, I have only been getting up to speed on this thing for a few days and certainly do not know all about it.