What is the difference between CETerm and CE5250, CE3270, CEVT220?

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    CETerm is three terminal emulation clients and a Data Collection Web Browser in a single application package. You can simultaneously use any combination of terminal emulation and web browser sessions to connect up to four host applications using 3270, 5250, VT220 or VT100 and HTML (web) sessions.

     

    CE3270 is a single emulation product that only includes support for IBM 3270 terminal emulation and a data collection web browser. Use CE3270 if you have applications running on an IBM 3270 mainframe and need to access of these from a Windows CE / Windows Mobile handheld device, over a wireless 802.11x WLAN or WWAN network. CE3270 includes support for web browser sessions and is equivalent in all functionality to CETerm, except that it lacks 5250 and VT terminal emulations.

     

    CE5250 is our single emulation product, which includes support only for IBM 5250 terminal emulation and a data collection web browser. If you have applications running on an iSeries/ AS/400 host, you can access these from any Windows CE / Windows Mobile handheld device, over a wireless 802.11x WLAN or WWAN network using Naurtech CE5250. It includes support for a Web Browser as well. It is equivalent in functionality to CETerm, except that it lacks 3270 and VT terminal emulations.

     

    CEVT220 is our single emulation product, which includes support only for VT100 and VT220 terminal emulations. It also includes support for web browser sessions. With CEVT220 you can access your business applications running on UNIX, Linux, AIX, NT, Dec and VMS servers over telnet, using a Windows CE / Windows Mobile handheld device. CEVT220 includes support for a Web Browser as well. It is equivalent in functionality to CETerm, except that it lacks IBM 3270 and 5250 terminal emulations.