Summary: Good Unit: I own this unit and after a lot of work I got it work well. But it was not easy because of the configuration. I had to move a lot of DLL files designed to run out of core memory space to an SD card. So it is not a simple unit to set up if you intend to run lots of applications. You cannot change the memory configuration so you must be inventive.
Summary: I have owned several PDA's ever since the first Palm Pilot hit the market back in the mid 90's (which, btw, still works fine). The OS on the HP locks up too much for me. I am not used to having my PDAs lock up. I can't say my Pilot or my current Palm Treo never lock up... but I can't remember the last time they did. The HP Wi-Fi and bluetooth work well, I give them that. However, the SD card slot broke just after the warrantee expired and now its useless.
Summary: Five years on, and with the 5.0 Mobile operating system, the rx1950 should be significantly better at handling Word and Excel docs than my old model, but it was actually less effective.
Pros: Compact size and snazzy display and colours, and Wi-Fi facility, although this was not the reason I bought it.
Cons: Slower to open Word documents than my H3800; a couple wouldn't open at all. And more often than not an Excel doc wouldn't open on the grounds of insufficient program memory, although no other programs were running.