Casio and Siemens are teaming up to create a palm-sized wireless Windows CE based Internet terminal.
Casio is shifting its interests from G-shock watches, which rocketed its earnings last year, to computer and mobile phone devices.
The move will give Casio an open door into Europe and will give Siemens direct access to portable wireless technology, which could give it an edge over its competition.
The market for Web devices is expected to hit around 16 million units by 2003.
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