Excerpt: The HP iPAQ Pocket PC h1910 ($300 street) is slim and attractive. The 4.2-ounce unit, which measures 4.5 by 2.8 by 0.5 inches (HWD), is a pleasure to hold and operate. It has 64MB of RAM and, like the others, a Secure Digital/MultiMedia Card expansion slot, a microphone, a speaker, and a stereo headphone jack. We were blown away by the rich colors on the unit's 65,000-color TFT display.
Excerpt: On the assumption of some program unification of pocket computers, which is observed now in the market, the user, in result, can choose pocket computer, basically, being guided by design. Roughly speaking, he chooses the most suitable OS for his the requirements from two basic - Palm OS and Pocket PC, and then tries to understand what pocket PC will look better in his hand or, say, in pocket.
Excerpt: I’m currently writing this review while sitting at the Long Beach, CA airport and with me are a variety of devices laid out across my chair and lap. Aside from the IBM Thinkpad T21 laptop that I’m typing this review on, I have my trusty Apple iPod playing tunes into my ear and my new Hewlett-Packard iPAQ h1910 PDA. This was the first major trial of my h1910 and I must say that I was extremely pleased with this small device.
Excerpt: В новом КПК линейки iPaq серии 1910 компания Hewlett Packard сделала упор именно на дизайн, во-первых, чтобы привлечь пользователей и выделить новый КПК из серого ряда соседей, во-вторых, чтобы сохранить и укрепить репутацию марки iPaq.