Popular HP Articles for 2002
Updated HP's upcoming iPAQ Pocket PC h5400 Series combines a fast processor, fabulous color screen, built-in Bluetooth and 802.11b, and biometric security. What more could you ask for?
The HP iPaq 1910 is all about being small and having good form, while at the same time being very functional. My goal in this review is to help[...]
We all know that saying about life and money, you get what you pay for, although usually it s used in a negative sense it can still apply[...]
Today I got my hands on the HP iPaq 1910, one of the two new iPaq devices from HP, and am able to put forth some initial thoughts on this[...]
I'm not one to say that any particular Pocket PC device has a huge advantage over any other, but my initial reaction to the Toshiba e740 is that it has[...]
The entry-level Pocket PC market is moving into the hot and heavy stage as a handful of manufacturers prep PDA's for November/December releases. HP will not be denied, bringing to[...]
HP has officially dumped the Jornada. Now the only question that remains is, what's next for the iPAQ? We just may have a few answers.
In a surprising twist, details have been leaked onto our discussion baords regarding these new iPAQ devices. This rumor comes only weeks after HP shelved almost all of their announced[...]
Hewlett Packard developed a prototype handheld that includes an integrated folding keyboard.
We have obtained more details on the high-end HP device. Thanks to a few emails and pictures from the FCC, we have a very good idea what the new HP[...]
Dell and HP launch new Pocket PCs; PalmSource announces a new Palm OS licensee; and much more
Pictures of rumored upcoming iPAQ models are just beginning to surface. Here's what we know so far.
As previously reported, HP has been working on two new PDA's. One to meet the competitive entry-level and one to meet the needs of power users. They have now confirmed[...]
HP is set to release a new mid-range model, the iPAQ h1900, though little is known about the device at this time.
HP plans to release two iPAQs before the holiday season: a thin and light mid-range model and a high-end one with 802.11 and Bluetooth.
The Toshiba e740, released to the world last month, is one of two XScale processor featured PDAs on the market (the HP iPaq 3900 series being the other PDA enhanced[...]
We've added two new HP iPAQ's to the system, the iPAQ 3950 and the iPAQ 3970. The main difference is a bit more memory in the 3970 and integrated Bluetooth[...]
HP has released it's first iPaq following the merger with Compaq. The design is exactly the same, but you will get the XScale processor, a better screen and a[...]
Somehow the guys over at Canada Pocket PC have managed to get their hands on an iPAQ h1910. They've posted a pretty good review that you should definitely check out[...]
CNet has a great video featuring the new iPAQ h5450 and h1910. Cindy Box, director of marketing, Hewlett-Packard, demos the units including the biometric scanner.