Summary: After 3 years it is working faithfully. It is like having a micro PC fast enough to browse the Web write e-mails and more. The screen shows tiny images. This phone is recommended for young people with good eyes to see the small details.
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.
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.
Summary: This phone is probably the worst phone I've ever seen, and certainly the worst phone I've ever used. It is actually user-hostile. On several occasions I've needed to use it to listen to a long conference call, and after about 15 minutes, te phone gets too hot to hold comfortably against the face. On one occasion after an hour of use, the screen started flashing a message about overheating battery! Battery life is miserable.
Hp iPAQ 910 Business Messenger Unlocked Cell Phone
C. Acompanado "Kojak", Amazon
18 May 2009
Summary: Great phone! It took me a while to get used to but I think I got it down. If you don't like phones that are too advanced and confusing then this phone is not for you. Definitely an acquired taste!
Summary: Pros: -Good looking professional device -Fast GPS -Great processor speed -No bloatware from HP Cons: -Shared mini USB/headphone jack -Battery life not as long as one would anticipate from a 1940mAh battery Summary: Because the HP 910 doesn't have the sleekest looks or skinned interface, it is constantly dismissed as a heavyweight contender. But it stands head and shoulders above the Treo 750 series and most of the current QWERTY-bars.
Summary: It is a great work tool for me. It is a lot smaller than the old HW 6945 and it is definitely better-looking. As I'm never on one place, its mobility is great. Quick 3G internet, you can even run Skype on it while using the 3G network (low costs) I had an Iphone 3G but I prefer the HP Ipaq with its windows mobile 6.1 No hassle to put song, movies, pictures or other data on the phone and when needed just take out the memory card en put it in a computer or card reader.
Summary: I've been wrestling with my HP iPAQ 910 for weeks now. I'm synchronizing between Microsoft Outlook on 2 pc's and am continuously plagued by an Activesync error (86000107). Based on the forums I've followed, many users of handhelds using Windows Mobile 6.1 are experiencing the same problem. It seems to be tied to synchronizing more than 100 items between two pc's. The problem was identified over a year ago, but Microsoft doesn't seem to have addressed it yet.