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The versatile HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PC offers optimal configurations of performance, enhanced security, connectivity and expandability to suit your business and personal needs. Choice of configurations, manageability and common accessories provide a better total cost of ownership (TCO) for businesses. Several models with optimal configurations of processor, wireless radios, security solutions, memory size and battery size allow you to choose the right model for your needs and budget. iPAQ Backup safely backs up your applications and data. You can set up automated backups based on time or battery charge and store your backup in main memory, iPAQ File Store, or on an SD or CF memory card. Wireless capabilities so you stay connected in and out of the office.
Hewlett Packard IPAQ hx2415 Pocket PC
pros: Wireless, easy text entry, good graphics.
cons: Need more memory! Also Bluetooth unfriendly.
Great substitute for my laptop
I bought 2 of these almost a year ago, one for myself and one for my wife. Our uses are very differe... See Full Review
pros: Lightweight, good screen graphics, lots of features.
cons: Crashes regularly. Must reboot to use wireless function.
Be sure to fasten your seatbelt. The 2415 crashes.
Overall the hp IPAQ 2415 is a good pda. It has lots of features that I like. However, it crashes abo... See Full Review
pros: All the features you want - nothing lacking
cons: It is a PDA - watch out for that fragile screen
A great PDA - Superb character recognition, fast, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,customization
I cannot help but think that some people that wrote reviews on this unit either got a total lemon (i... See Full Review
pros: PRICE, WIFI, BLUETOOTH, DUAL MEMORY SD & CF
cons: WIFI SUCKS THE BATTEY DOWN
NOT BAD FOR $250.00
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT THE PDA MARKET NOW FOR ABOUT 2 YEARS. I NEVER REALLY PURCHASED ONE BECAUSE OF... See Full Review
pros: Color, wireless, Bluetooth, Word & Excel built in, MP3 player, SD & CompactFlash expansion slots
cons: MICROSOFT!!! - dumps info without warning, requires constant charging, too much crap, few add-ons available
Wanted to Love It, But Can't
I've had three Handspring PDA's in the past five years (upgraded once, then dropped it and destroyed... See Full Review
pros: Easy to use and great display
cons: Takes some work to understand loading programs.
I moved from a Palm 100 to this unit and the differences are absolutely amazing. Of course the opera... See Full Review
pros: Integrated Wireless & Bluetooth; SD & CF; Speed; Battery Life; Email; Word-Excel;
cons: ActiveSync w/ ACT inconsistent; Cases Hard-to-find; Possible delicate USB connector
Very good multifunction unit
Very good business PocketPC for those on the road that can utilize wireless access for email and web... See Full Review
pros: Wireless enabled. Extra security (not always reliable however)
cons: EXPENSIVE UNRELIABLE LACK OF MEMORY (CANNOT UPGRADE)
COMPLETE CRAP - EXCEPT FOR WIRELESS FEATURE
Unbelievable that HP can put out miserable crap like this. My 1945 worked much more reliably than th... See Full Review
|Processor||520 MHz Intel XScale PXA270|
|Family Line||Hewlett Packard IPAQ|
|Installed RAM||64 MB|
|Wireless Capabilities||WLAN 802.11b|
|Operating System||Microsoft Mobile Pocket PC 2003 2nd Edition|
|Screen Size||3.5 inch|
|PDA Special Features||Vertical And Horizontal Display|
|Processor Type||Intel XScale PXA270|
|Processor Speed||520 MHz|
|Expansion Slot||SDIO Slot|
|Screen Resolution||240 x 320|
|Display Technology||Transflective Color TFT|
|Color Depth||16-bit (64k colors)|
|Voice Recorder||With Voice Recorder|
|Audio Output||Built in Speaker|
|Built-in Digital Camera||Optional Digital Camera|
|Built-in Music Player||MP3 Player|
|Battery Type||Proprietary Lithium|
|Cradle type||USB Cradle|
|Included Accessories||USB Synchronization Cable|