It's possible to run WinCE (which is the underlying pocket PC OS) on intel x86 hardware however the navigation software will not work simply because it is usually compiled for ARM.Originally Posted by alphaforcex
The pocketPC emulators (such as the one built into Visual Studio) doesn't support adding real devices, as far as I know... Also I don't know if it runs a virtual ARM processor.
Anyway seeing as this topic has been covered a million times... I'll bring something new to the equation that hasn't been covered before.
http://www.iyonix.com/ or http://www.iyonix.com/iyonix/news/diy.shtml
Wow this might be a blast from the past... 'Acorn' hardware.. Well it's also available as an ARM software development motherboard, with USB and VGA and Windows CE might run on it... who knows? The lilliput/xenarc drivers will probably work as ARM version are available:
And the motherboard support ATX by the looks of it so an Opus would work: