You can find the price of PocketDOS by following the "Ordering" link on the PocketDOS website. There are no Windows CE devices which use 64bit processors so it is hard to understand what your question relates to. If you are asking whether PocketDOS emulates a x64 processor, then the answer is no (although you could build a version of the Bochs CPU plugin that does this if you really wanted to).
The best way to discover whether PocketDOS suits your particular needs is to install the demo version (available from our website).
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> There are no Windows CE devices which use 64bit processors
You are developing software for Windows CE devices and don't know anything about them? The Casio Cassiopeia and IBM Z50 both use a MIPS VR4121 or VR4122 64 bit CPU. The MIPS CPU is very common.
The VR4121/VR4122 is not a 64bit CPU in any meaningful sense. It does not use a 64bit instruction set, nor does it use 64bit addressing, so these processors can be thought of as 32bit in every practical sense of the word. In any case, the MIPS version of PocketDOS is built for the MIPS-II instruction set, which is supported on all MIPS processors than run Windows CE.
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