Excerpt: Hello, i bought the iPAQ H5550 on E-bay for 200 Pounds.The first thing that attracted my attention on this particular model , is the fingerprint reader.The device works well,better than more i have tried before.The accuracy of the read is based on the speed of the sliding of your finger on it, but i...
Excerpt: There is so much i could say about this pocket pc. It is great it has built in WLAN, Bluetooth, Inferred. There is a whole lot of programs that can be installed onto it. We have used it as a sat nav with the TOM TOM software and the GPS antenna.
Excerpt: This is a techie's dream gadget, and an extremely useful piece of kit for anyone who needs to organise their life on the move. The sexiest aspect is, of course, the biometric fingerprint scanner. It's easy to use, and only occasionally refuses to take a scan.
Pros: Sexy, biometric fingerprint scan, good battery life, clear display
Cons: Wireless network reception is poor compared to desktop/laptop PC
Excerpt: I really wouldn't be without this PDA. It has survived being dropped. Keeps a charge for a good 4 hours continuous use on battery. Is a dream to connect to the pc and exchange files and data. Recently I installed adobe acrobat for mobiles and now my PDA is a whole library of PDF books.
Excerpt: I recently aquired one of these. It is the best PDA I have used and stands up well against the current models. The screen is sharp and responsive, it has plenty of memory and is expandable with SD cards. Wifi works well including in hotspots and bluetooth is also fine.
Pros: wifi, bluetooth, fast processor, large memory, sd slot, clear screen
Cons: bigger than latest PDAs, loudspeaker not that loud, battery life
Excerpt: I bought an HP iPAQ h5550 about a year and a half ago from eBay USA, costing me about £250. Back then, the h5550 cost about £500 in the shops, so this was a great discount. However, when I received the item, I was charged £70 duty tax which brought the cost up to about £330.
Pros: Excellent features, excellent expandability
Cons: Slightly big for a PDA, no other major disadvantages
Excerpt: With Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and 128MB of RAM, the H5550 is the Swiss Army knife of the mobile power user. Basic specs for HP iPAQ Pocket PC H5550 Weight-- 7.3 oz Data services-- WWW Battery installed ( max )-- 1 Lithium polymer Built-in devices-- Antenna, Display, Speaker, Microphone, Touch screen,...
Pros: Integrated Wi - Fi and Bluetooth; 128MB of RAM; USB charging; biometric security; some storage space in nonvolatile flash memory; strong software bundle .
Excerpt: The HP iPAQ 5550 is really a very great buy for those people who need a very flexible PDA; it runs at a 400 MHz Intel XScale PXA255 processor, which is very fast even for the most demanding applications out there.
Excerpt: The iPaq 5550 and 5555, are essentially the same unit, and differ only in software bundle, location of sale, internal tracking. It has an integrated Bluetooth and Wifi provide the necessary backbone of connectivity that is essential in the corporate and personal space.
Excerpt: Thanks for clicking! It's a review of my HP (Hewlett Packard) iPAQ h5550 (h-5-5-50?) PDA (Personal Digital Assistant), which I bought a few weeks ago. Call it what you like, a Pocket PC, palmtop, PDA, iPAQ, or whatever; it's basically a handheld computer.
Pros: Flexible, Lots of uses, Fast processor, Built - in Wifi, Bluetooth, Infrared
Cons: Expensive, can crash (stability), Only takes SD cards, Official accessories are expensive, battery life, battery life when using Wi - Fi, Difficult to start up if power's all gone even after charging, they don't make it anymore