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HP Veer

HP Veer The HP Veer is a smartphone that runs on HP webOS Read more

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Review: HP Veer webOS phone

3 May 2012
  • Excerpt: Guest review by John Jarin Here's a quick rundown of the HP Veer's specs: it comes with 8 GB of storage only, and it comes in white and b
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HP Veer 4G Review (AT&T)

Chip Chick
12 December 2011
  • Excerpt: Available exclusively from AT&T, the HP Veer is the first 4G phone to run webOS. It’s also one of the first webOS phones to come out since HP ...
  • Pros: Adorable compact design, solid build quality, webOS is easy and fun to use, 4G, good keyboard, good battery life, keyboard is comfy to type on despite being cramped
  • Cons: Display is rather small, performance isn’t so great, camera is mediocre, no built-in headphone jack, No HD video recording
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HP Veer 4G Video Review Part 1

12 December 2011

HP Veer 4G Video Review Part 2

7 December 2011
Overall 5

HP Veer

7 December 2011
  • Summary: The HP Veer 4G looks cute and packs in a good amount of features for the price and size, but ultimately the smartphone's compact design hinders usability and limits its appeal.
  • Pros: The HP Veer 4G has a cute, compact design. WebOS continues to shine in areas such as multitasking and universal search.
  • Cons: The Veer 4G's tiny screen makes even the simplest tasks difficult. The smartphone uses a proprietary connector and requires a separate adapter if you want to use headphones. AT&T's "4G" data speeds are slow.
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Overall 5

HP Veer (AT&T)

PC Magazine
30 October 2011
  • Conclusion: The tiny HP Veer for AT&T can't revive the fortunes of HP's webOS smartphone line.
  • Pros: Beautiful design. Very easy to use. Excellent voice quality.
  • Cons: Tiny screen. Physical keyboard may be too small for some. Few apps. Not actually 4G. Dismal magnetic headphone jack. Some Bluetooth bugs.
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Overall 4
Features 4
Performance 6

HP Veer Reviewed: A Tiny WebOS Smartphone

Bright Hub
27 July 2011
  • Excerpt: If there's one word to describe the HP Veer, it's cute. Coming in at a surprisingly small size, the HP Veer is a cute, tiny smartphone -- a miniaturized Palm Pre. However, does the small size help or hurt the Veer in this competitive smartphone...
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Overall 7

HP Veer 4G Review

19 July 2011
  • Conclusion: It’s great to see that the phone market is finally beginning to welcome odd-looking phones again. HP is brave to try something new, and we applaud the company’s courage, but the Veer is not a phone for everybody. Its tiny screen and keyboard will make it difficult to operate for those with large hands.
  • Pros: Small size is welcomed in a market of huge phones, Refreshing webOS interface, QWERTY keyboard is quite usable, Screen is more responsive than any Android device
  • Cons: Screen is too small for many users, Proprietary charge port, Audio jack requires a dongle, Poor camera with no autofocus, No microSD storage slot, Screen whittles down webOS app selection, Not a true 4G device
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HP Veer 4G

Palm Infocenter
17 June 2011
  • Conclusion: The Veer is a fascinating little proof-of-concept device and quite a marvelous example of what modern engineering prowess can cram into such a small form factor. It also an assuring sign that WebOS 2.x is finally moving forward after the stagnation seen throughout 2010. The problem with the Veer, however, is two-fold and ultimately more endemic with problems within HP/Palm and the WebOS ecosystem in general than it is the Veer's hardware shortcomings.
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PHOTOVIEW: HP Veer webOS 2.1 Smartphone

16 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Announced back in February and recently launched in the U.S., the HP Veer /P160UNA smartphone will hit Europe anytime soon as well. At a size of a credit card and no thicker than a deck of cards, the Veer is the smallest HP webOS phone to date. Running HP's latest webOS 2.1 , the Veer is powered by a Qualcomm CPU at 800 MHz and supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as triband UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA at 900/1900/2100 MHz, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, aGPS as well as the...
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