Conclusion: The business-class HP iPAQ 910 offers a powerful array of features, well-thought-out hardware controls, and an excellent QWERTY keyboard. It's a near-perfect mobile office for corporate environments running Microsoft apps.
Pros: Good voice quality and reception. Includes Wi-Fi, GPS, and HSDPA radios. Useful selection of hardware controls. Superb QWERTY keyboard with built-in document editing.
Cons: A bit hefty. Mediocre camera despite its 3-megapixel sensor. Weak speakerphone.
Excerpt: As a business user, my needs for a Windows Mobile device tend to be very demanding. I am usually after the perfect combination of small and light, with a lot of the word “powerful”, and still ergonomic enough to make my mobile experience practical.
Summary: The Windows Mobile 6.1-based HP iPaq 910c Business Messenger offers an iPhone/BlackBerry alternative aimed at corporate users who are willing to pay top dollar for a high-end smartphone with advanced features.
Conclusion: The HP iPAQ 910c Business Messenger is, as its name implies, a very good business phone. Like the BlackBerry Curve , it proves that business phones can be attractive and we do like the looks and compact size.
Pros: Very compact for a Windows Mobile Pro phone. Great keyboard and nice looks. Relatively reasonable price for an unlocked WinMo Pro phone with all the trimmings. GPS works well, WiFi has good range and Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR offers fast transfer speeds and Bluetooth stereo. The iPAQ 910c is fast for a ...
Cons: Screen is small (a necessary evil when making a device this compact). Screen is the old-fashioned recessed type, making it hard to operate scroll bars with a finger rather than stylus. Speakerphone and ringer could be louder.