Handhelds 2003 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Handhelds Articles for 2003

HP iPAQ h4150 Full Review

The new iPAQ Pocket PC h4100 series is intended to bring to market an affordable integrated wireless PDA in a slim design.

Brighthand Reviews the HP iPAQ h4155

They said it couldn't be done. That creating a pocketable, multimedia-capable handheld with a magnificent color screen, fast processor and, heaven forbid, two forms of wireless was an impossibility --[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Tungsten T3

Palm took its Tungsten T series back to the drawing board, and the result is a handheld that offers significant improvements, including a high-resolution screen, more memory, a faster processor,[...]

Are All Screen Protectors Created Equal?

You've decided to use a screen protector on your handheld computer's screen. Now the question is, which one? Brighthand evaluates seven popular screen protector products in an attempt to find[...]

An Overview of Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC

Microsoft today unveiled Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC, the latest version of its software for handheld computers.

Brighthand Reviews the SanDisk SD Wi-Fi Card

SanDisk's Wi-Fi Secure Digital card lets Pocket PC handhelds with an SDIO slot, such as the HP iPAQ h1940, connect to 802.11b wireless networks. Brighthand's founder Steve Bush took one[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Garmin iQue 3600

The Garmin iQue 3600 handheld is one of the most unique devices available, thanks to its built-in Global Positioning System (GPS) reciever. And it has a few other surprises as[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Tungsten C

Palm?s latest high-end handheld, the Tungsten C, is a breakthrough device for the platform, offering a 400 MHz processor, 64 MB of RAM, and built-in Wi-Fi wireless networking.

Brighthand Reviews the Sony PEG-UX50

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief finds a lot to like in Sony's latest high-end handheld... but a lot to dislike as well.

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Zire 21

Palm had a tough job when it set out to replace its very successful Zire. Amazingly, it was able to create a handheld with the same good looks and $99[...]

Wireless Networking at Home with Bluetooth

Brighthand’s Editor-in-Chief shares his experiences using Bluetooth to connect various handhelds to the Internet.

Brighthand Reviews the Samsung i500

Combining a cell phone and a PDA into a modern-day uber device is no simple task. The result is often either a clunky, oversized phone or a svelte handheld with[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Zire 71

Palm's newest mid-range handheld, the Zire 71, is all that and a bag of chips. Well, maybe not a bag of chips, but at the very least a darn good[...]

Brighthand Reviews the HP iPAQ h1940

The h1940 packs a 266MHz processor, 70MB of memory, an expansion slot, and wireless networking into one of the smallest and lightest handhelds around. Posted: August 4, 2003

G.Mate YOPY YP-3700 Linux PDA Review (Pics, Specs)

Ian Giblin is a senior contributing editor to bargainPDA for all things Linux. In this latest review Ian brings an in depth look at the YOPY YP-3700, Ian informs[...]

REVIEW: HP iPaq h1940 and iPaq h1945 Pocket PCs

The HP iPaq 1940 / iPaq 1945 PDA has been eagerly awaited almost since the release of the HP iPaq 1910 last year due to the fact the 1910 was[...]

REVIEW: HP iPaq h2215 (h2210) Review

This article serves as an HP iPaq 2210 and iPaq 2215 Review. The iPaq 2215 is the latest PDA offering from Hewlett Packard, it's a mid-range offering and targeted[...]

Hands on the Palm Wireless Keyboard

One of Palm's latest accessory offerings is a keyboard that uses infrared to communicate with a handheld, which means it can be used with almost any Palm OS model. Brighthand's[...]

In depth – Palm Tungsten T3

It never rains, but it pours. Hot on the heels of Sony's wireless clamshell, Palm appears to be planning the Holy Grail of Palm-powered PDAs: a single piece tablet with[...]

Bluetooth PDA Keyboards To Be Released in March 2004

We told you a few weeks back these were coming and today the announcement from Think Outside makes them real, Bluetooth PDA keyboards are almost here.