On the "desktop" you get a clock and date display, neither of which has any extra functions e.g. stopwatch, and big icons for Network, Amusement, My Device, Calculator, System, and Game, plus indicators for e.g. battery status, WiFi, etc.
Network gives you the CE version of Internet Explorer, which works OK, Skype, MS messenger (How the hell do you turn it off completely?), Mail (don't know the program, it's pretty basic) and an icon for returning to the main panel. A fairly tiny keyboard popup appears if you need to enter text, e.g. a URL, but it's way too small and fiddly.
Amusement goes to an image viewer, text viewer (not an editor), foxit reader, excel (or rather something called SpreadCE which should be excel compatible), Word viewer (for looking at word documents) and Wordpad for editing documents. There's also coreplayer for Youtube videos - it isn't integrated into the browser and I suspect it'll be a pain to use.
My device is the Windows CE desktop, which appears to be the only way to do multitasking and tweak the system.
Calculator is indeed a calculator app - reasonably good, and not tiny like the one I saw a few months back, though you really do need a stylus to use it.
System lets you set basic stuff like brightness, key and touchscreen noises,date and time, etc and an app for updating if you have the right files on an SD card
Finally, "game" gives you Freecell and Solitaire.
And that's it for the out of the box configuration.
Not incredibly impressive but usable. After lunch I'm going to try downloading a free package called Miopocket which is said to add a LOT of functionality.
later Forgot to say that it's supplied with a charger, mini-USB synch lead, and a USB to mini-usb adapter for plugging in keyboards and other accessories.
and even later Miopocket is so feature-packed I will be a long time getting to grips with it. VERY impressed.