Summary: Yes you read right i am happy with my HP iPAD i started to use it to organsie my life and fill in lecture notes and its brill. can't get it to work the internet on it but thats not the reason why i purchase it, it multi tasks has a easy read front panel tells me who i meeting next with out opening pages, of course i have to write them in the night before, i cant get the activeSync to down load and recognize my computer and handheld ipad but the blue tooth works wonders...
Summary: I concur with Nick Ashby's comments regarding the Bluetooth problems. Before Christmas I bought a 2210 and initially thought it the dog's..... That was until I purchased a Bluetooth sat nav system. All seemed well to start with, then the 2210 would randomly drop the connection to the sat nav receiver. I tried the HP Rom update but no change. Seems it's a common glitch. It was definitely the 2210 as I tried the sat nav with a friend's different iPAQ and no problem.
Excerpt: "...great anticipation, I have a HP digital camera and HP printer that run without hassle so trusted this make. Within 3 weeks the main button on the front just fell off, without being moved, touched and never used! You don't need the button if you operate with the stylus, yet it still fell off - not happy! Anyway, now fixed and working fine. That PDA operates well, doing all my daily tasks. Very useful for lectures at Uni as I can record te lecturer ...
Summary: This is my 4th PDA and my first HP. I've been using it for 6 months. First impressions were favourable and the HP compares well with Palms for usability and functionality. The availability of third party software is growing, which is good as what there is at present isn't great. Major gripe; after 6 months the rubbery handgrips have bubbled and detached. For an item as expensive as this it just isn't acceptable. OK, doesn't stop it working but it still shouldn't happen.
C. Sculpher "Form should follow function.", Amazon
18 May 2004
Summary: A good midrange entry into the PocketPC stage - the iPAQ 2210 has a nice bright screen, reasonable sound, adequate memory and is fast enough for most users. Why didn't I like this one unreservedly? The nice squishy rubber grip bars. Oh yes - when you're holding it in use it gives you a splendid feeling of comfort and security. But what's that? They fall off! Never! Not from such a well thought out (and expensive) product!
Summary: Ik heb al zichtbare krasjes na 2 maanden veelvuldig gebruik op de touchscreen! Het is redelijk makkelijk in gebruik, op 'n papiertje schrijven gaat wel stuk sneller, maar dan heb je weer je bureau vol of je raakt 't kwijt.