Popular HP Articles for 2005
Several pictures are now available of the iPAQ Mobile Messenger, HP's upcoming cellular-wireless Pocket PC.
This is primarily a review of the HP iPaq hx2750. It also covers the iPaq hx2755, which is identical to the hx2750 in all relevant details.
"What is the best thing about the rx1950 besides the palatable $299 price tag? Certainly it is going back to the curvy, sleek form factor that received so much praise[...]
The Audiovox SMT5600 (as sold in the U.S., it is also known as the Orange SPV C500, HTC Typhoon, Qtek 8010, Dopod 565 and i-mate Smarpthone 3 in other countries)[...]
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief recently had an opportunity to spend a bit of time with a highly-anticipated smartphone, the Motorola Q.
The HP iPAQ hw6515 Mobile Messenger isn't pushing the boundaries of any technology, but it's a solid device. It's very easy to use, with the thumbstick for one-handed operation. It[...]
iPaq 6320 & 6700 PocketPC communicators Software updates for Treo 650 Bluetooth, Sprint roaming Reported dates for iPaq 6500
False unlock codes for Treo 650 circulating Carly Fiorina removed as HP CEO MDA IV may be quad-band WiFi enabled Blackberry, sans cellular
As promised, HP is showing off its next cellular-wireless Pocket PC at the 3GSM World Congress. It has also revealed some new details on this device.
HP has just announced an upgrade program to Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 for some, but not all, recent iPAQ models.
HP's upcoming series of cellular-wireless handhelds won't be released in the U.S. as quickly as some hope, but it will be out sooner than some reports have indicated.
HP has posted the details of an unannounced series of cellular-wireless Pocket PCs on its European web site. These might be the first handhelds with built-in 802.11g support.
eXpansys is now offering in the United States the latest cellular-wireless iPAQ, but it is doing so without HP's permission.
HP has announced that the Windows Mobile 5.0 upgrade for its flagship handheld, the iPAQ hx4700, has been delayed by many months.
HP is now giving away Windows Mobile 5.0 upgrades to those who purchase a new iPAQ hx2000 series model.
At last week's Consumer Electronics Show, some HP representatives talked about their company's plans to update a pair of handhelds that were released over the summer.
Apparently someone at the FCC slipped up, because all the embargoed information on HP's upcoming cellular-wireless Pocket PC is now available on the agency's web site.
A Dell refresh of their PDA models has been announced by the Bluetooth SIG. They posted approval for the Dell Axim X51 and X51v on their website. HP meanwhile is[...]
Genuine iPaq 6500 photos surface PalmOne drops list price on Zire 31, Treo 600 Verizon ad for Treo 650 sighted Rumored release for Samsung i730
Some additional information has leaked out about the iPAQ hw6500. Also, there's the first word on the second model in this series.