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Can Arduino IDE be installed on platforms like these:

http://www.ebay.in/itm/7-NETBOOK-LAPTOP-WITH-WINCE-6-0-300MHZ-2GB-WIFI-OFFICE-APP-/390533849340?pt=IN_PC_Laptops&hash=item5aeda1a0fc

http://www.ebay.in/itm/Datawind-Ubisurfer-9-Netbook-Mfg-By-Aakash-Tablet-/281067377894?pt=IN_PC_Laptops&hash=item4170ebd4e6

http://www.ebay.in/itm/UNIQUE-VESPRO-7INCH-NETBOOK-LAPTOP-WIFI-USB-MRP-14000-MUST-FOR-PROGRESS-/261166485952?pt=IN_PC_Laptops&hash=item3ccebc51c0

with mostly windows CE mobile OS.

Can I even install Windows XP in 'em, to make it all work?
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Can I even install Windows XP in 'em, to make it all work?

No, can't tell, and no.

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Can Arduino IDE be installed on platforms like these:

Maybe.  You will need a Java run-time and a GCC toolset for Windows CE and the processor (VT8505, VT8650; both appear to be ARM processors).  You may also have to rebuild the Arduino IDE for the platform.
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Can Arduino IDE be installed on platforms like these
Looking at their RAM I would simply say no. And even if you could find a way to run the IDE, install the drivers to have the Arduino recognized by the operating system, and run the AVR toolchain to compile and upload your sketches, as soon as you encounter any problems you are on your own.
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