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: 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: 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.
Misses the mark! What good is a phone you can't hear?
Real Vision, Amazon
2 January 2009
Summary: I have owned and used the folowing to compare this to: 8525/Hermes, t-mobile Dash, Ipaq Ultimate 8502, Samsung Blackjack, T-mobile Curve 8310, and 8320, Treo 680, AT&T Tilt, Motorola q9h (my current favorite), Audiovox SMT5600, and a couple others I don't recall all the model names on some of the rest, but you get the idea. I have quite a bit of experience with smartphones, primarily Windows Mobile.
Summary: I like this phone mainly because It is the only phone I know of that allows you to edit and read office 2007 files. I like the touch screen. The handwriting function works well. The voice quality sounds good to me. The volume is not as loud as other phones, but I never have trouble hearing, even in noisy environments (I keep the volume turned all the way up). When it's working properly, it's a great phone.
Summary: I purchased the HP iPAQ 910c Business Messenger about 2 months ago. At the time it seemed a very excellent phone. Here are my thoughts. NOTE: I am reviewing the product as a PDA, as I have no phone service in this phone yet. When I get service I will update the review. ***THE PHONE*** The phone itself is very sturdy, despite being made of plastic. It feels good in the hand, and the keyboard is good for typing out emails and text messages.
Summary: I was excited to get this phone and all the features seemed promising. Like many others however I found the battery life to be unbelievably short. I am a heavy user and after all, why get such a phone if you are not intending to take advantage of all the features. Just using it for the occasional phone call and push email would barely get me through the day, try to download any data, browse the web or IM and you won't last the day at all (unless you constantly have it...
Summary: I tried the phone for 2 days and I am having to return it. Too many problems like low ringtone/text/email notification volume. Sometimes the phone would not even make a sound when I received a new email or text. Also the battery would overheat and Windows Mobile would say "Battery Temperature High" and the phone would stop charging if it was plugged in. Just too many problems. Finally speakerphone volume and mp3 volume was miserably low.
Summary: Well, I have been waiting for this device to come out for some time now. I have been using Dell X51V PDA, great unit, with so many features but lacking the internet. I have been wating for a powerful smartphone, and this was suppose to be the one. Ok, this is a great phone if you are a big fan of blackberry but need Windows platform, however after using iphone and X51V the screen on this 910c is very very small.