Popular Handhelds Articles for 2003
The new iPAQ Pocket PC h4100 series is intended to bring to market an affordable integrated wireless PDA in a slim design.
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 --[...]
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,[...]
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[...]
Microsoft today unveiled Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC, the latest version of its software for handheld computers.
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[...]
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[...]
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's Editor-in-Chief finds a lot to like in Sony's latest high-end handheld... but a lot to dislike as well.
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[...]
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[...]
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’s Editor-in-Chief shares his experiences using Bluetooth to connect various handhelds to the Internet.
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
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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.