Summary: One : GSM/GPRS/EDGE Cell Phone. Two : Built in GPS, not through phone carrier, you only need maps. Three: Digital Camera to capture still images or short videos. Four : Pocket PC with Windows Mobile and Office Mobile. Five : Digital voice and sound recorder. Six : MP3 Player. Plus : Up to 4Gb Mini Secure Digital Card to store files, images or sounds. Plus : Bluetooth for wireless communications and networking.
Excerpt: I've used The Mogul, Wing, 8125, 8525, Treo 750, and a bevy of other smartphones, both Windows Mobile and non-Windows Mobile; yet the HP Ipaq 6915 is the best off all! Of course, no phone is perfect, but this is darn close! Cons: Battery life sucks, but then again, I do use many features, as well as my added on crap. The internet is kinda slow for the processor that it has (416 mhz). Whoever said that size matters was wrong! No Windows Mobile 6 upgrade will be available.
Excellent phone. Other reviewers didn't learn the phone.
alfranco584, Phone Scoop
18 February 2007
Excerpt: I purchased HP iPAQ hw6945. Most negative input from other reviewers is just plain wrong. They didn't dig into this feature intense PocketPC RINGER MYTH: MP3 files aren't supported RINGER FACT: You can use MP3 file as ringers STORAGE M:Not enough storage. STORAGE F: I bought 1GB mini-SD. It's working fine. I've saved a handful of MP3 songs to it, and several short videos.
Excerpt: I have had this phones for about 2 months now, and I am very impressed with the performance. Pro's -Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC Phone Edition -1.3MP Camera (Takes Good Pictures for a Phone) -416 Mhz Intel Xscale Processor very quick -GPS (Works Well) -WiFi(No Problems connecting in Networks) -QWERTY Keyboard easy to use -EarPiece Volume Loud and Clear -Bluetooth -Quad Band GSM with EDGE -MiniSD Memory -Good Battery Life (Average for a PDA Phone) -Touch Screen Con's...
Excerpt: I purchased an overseas phone because this one has everything that I need in a phone/pda device. Set up is straight forward and very easy to do (even though this is a UK model and I am in the US). Pros: WM5 (play movies and music) PDA GPS (a fantastic advantage) Phone quality above average Wi-Fi Cons: I have had some problems with headsets (blue tooth mainly) and this might be due to the person whose phone I was talking to, I am trying other wired headsets right now.
Pros: Quick response to requests Amazing accurate performance Clear, bright and colourful screen Easy synch options Sync cradle included (in some countries) Extensive software options Worldwide roaming Perfect travel companion
Summary: This is the best PDA i've tried so far. The GPS works fine and is quick to locate the satellites. The wifi is very handy but the browser is still an old version not compatible with newer websites. Still you can download a better one aswell as loads of other apps and games. So handy to have everything you need in one package.
Summary: Ipaq 6915 does almost everything I need in a mobile office, and most of the time i don't need to carry my laptop to meetings. Documents for meetings download to it. Gps with add-on maps for Western and Eastern Europe allow me to find my way across Europe. wifi lets me interogate email and access networks/internet. Phone is works, and with skype mobile uploaded foc, I can also use it as a skype phone.
Summary: Mobile phone, Wi-fi PDA and a GPS all in one. Just fantastic. The form factor is good - a little wider than I was used to but after a week I didn't notice. Voice quality is excellent. Being able to hit the road, knowing I have access to email and can update documents and spreadsheets without having to cart along a laptop - perfect. Battery life is great, although Wi-fi does tend to sap it somewhat.