Summary: I own both Ipaq and Dell Pocket PCs. This is a good one to have since it has a keyboard for input. I use it with pocket Excel to do quick estimating. The only minus with mine is it came with no charger...plug in or usb, but I have those that will work. Size is better than expected, about as large as the 3800 series.
Summary: The device turned out to be better than expected. The keyboard actually made the device much easier to use, especially when not using a stylus. The screen is nice and bright. The speed is adequate for my needs (read electronic books). For what the device can do, I bought it for a very decent price (under $20). It's definitely better than the iPaq H3850 it replaced (faster, better screen).
Summary: I like that it syncs well with both my home and office computers with little or no hassle, and that all programs are compatible with those on my desktops. I also really like that it was very inexpensive. I am not thrilled with the wifi functionality. I had a lot of trouble getting on line at home. I had no problem at Barnes and Noble. I still cannot get on at several restaurants that offer wifi.
Summary: I was in search of a pda and design and the price attracted me. seeing the product exceeded my expectations has a big screen Fully touch and a full keyboard easy to use. I like this product because it has WIFI an BLUETOOTH and is simple to connect and program like no other. the hadware has standar hed phones wifi, bluetooth, IR port memory slot charger has a sistem microsoft poket pc version 4.20.0 processor intel(R) PXA255 memory: 56.77 also has an expancion slot for...
Summary: wifi is a pain to setup with windows mobile 2003. the keyboard is situated at the very bottom of the pda so lying in bed trying to type on it can be difficult. the pda has a slightly light/cheap feel to it. all in all i prefer my other hpaq mobile media companion, but i bought this one for the keyboard.