Pros: I have had this phone for over 2 years and loved this phone never had issues and has everything to my needs.
Cons: The charger port is broke, and I spoke to HP direct and they cannot and will not repair it, I was even going to pay for it to be fixed and they say they do not have the parts and do not fix it anymore. I paid 500.00 and out a cell phone.
Summary: Not my favorite, I not planning to buy another HP product EVER... HP has bad support, their QC is not good, and almost every HP product I had failed. Sound quality is bad, you can fairly hear a conversation because the sound is too low... the speakers are also low, the voice commands worked very bad.
Cons: Volume sucks (Headset ringer vol can blow your ear drum, call vol no good, spkr phone volume not great and neither is the handset vol) Screen small that the touch function is pretty much useless (unlike Ipaq 6945) Not as fast as one would expect.
Summary: I have had my IPAC 910 for one year. Thank goodness I got the extended warranty; as mine started to freeze up and I could not make phone calls either. I have a new one but it has always been difficult to hear unless you use the ear buds. It is very inconvenient to use as a phone if you like using the stylus, and the reception is terrible(try to get any bars!). I still use it for my medical program software, but put the sim card back in my old phone.
Summary: I replaced an iPAQ 6900 series with the 900c and regrets it. The phone has good qualities but i find that the keys are very close so that when i want to answer the phone the calender becomes activated because of the closeness of the keys. Another issue is the activation of a note after or during a phone call. Some of the keys have to be depressed very hard for activation and the stylus does not work well.
Summary: I was so excited when buying this phone but now I'm most disappointed. I am an avid HP fan but they have let me down big time. The device is crap! And here twelve of the sins of HP with this device that I have found: 1. After a while the keys stop responding at the first press - so darn annoying and makes me want to throw $450 into a wall sometimes. Also, they are not soft enough. 2. The device accesses applications sometimes independent of user input. e.g.
All the best cramed in to one phone, redundancy times 3
Samuel C. Trujillo "Sammy T", Amazon
1 December 2009
Summary: I bought this phone in October 2008. Thought it had nice features and would work well for work. When I received it I thought it was great. Touch screen a plus, windows os I liked it was a good improvement over the T-Mobile dash window mobile 5. after a couple of days with it. I noticed it looked like was kind of like they just took differt features that's were good on other phones and crammed it in to one. To many redundant functions.