Popular Microsoft 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 --[...]
Dell continues to raise the value bar by bringing us the first Wi-Fi enabled Pocket PC under $400.
Microsoft today unveiled Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC, the latest version of its software for handheld computers.
The iPAQ h2210 runs Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC on a 400 MHz Intel XScale processor. It offers 64 MB of RAM and built-in Bluetooth wireless networking. Posted:[...]
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[...]
HP's latest high-end Pocket PC is an excellent device for accessing the Internet from anywhere while being easy to carry everywhere.
The new Toshiba e405 Pocket PC sports a new design but retains the thinnest and cutting-edge technology found in its e300 series predecessors.
Updated Hewlett Packard intends to release a new series of Pocket PC handhelds, at least one of which will have integrated Bluetooth.
The Toshiba e805 / e800 Pocket PC is the latest high-end PDA release from Toshiba. This PDA is packed with great features. It's a highly recommended buy, but[...]
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief predicts there will be a good number of handhelds introduced next year with 640-by-480 pixel screens, which will include both Pocket PC and Palm OS models. However, this[...]
The ultra-thin e355 runs Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC on a 300MHz Intel XScale processor and comes with 64MB of RAM.
The Toshiba e400 /e405 is the latest mid-range PDA release from Toshiba. This PDA line replaces the e300 line of Toshiba handhelds, and thankfully the refreshing midnight blue redesign[...]
Last week, Microsoft gave developers an overview of the next version of one of its mobile operating systems. Users should not expect big changes.
The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has reviewed the HP iPaq 1930, HP iPaq 1940 series, and HP iPaq 2200 Pocket PC devices and placed the user manuals and pictures on[...]
Possibly bringing to a close the controversy over the resolution of the upcoming e805 from Toshiba, an Asian web site has leaked some pictures that show this Pocket PC will[...]
Recently, there have been some disturbing signs that Microsoft's commitment to Pocket PC may be waning as the company shifts its attention to other mobile devices. Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief takes a[...]
As handheld enthusiasts await the release of the iPAQ h2200 Pocket PC, we wonder if it's the "perfect PDA"
Microsoft unveils Pocket PC 2003, renamed Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC.
A document posted on the FCC’s website gives a strong indication of when HP’s next model and Microsoft’s next OS will be released.