Summary: If you were like me and your first phone or pda was a windows mobile device then the iPAQ 6925 is the perfect device for you. Besides being a GSM phone, it also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and built in GPS. With all this internal hardware you will be able to load tons and tons of pocket pc and windows mobile freeware and shareware.
Summary: As PDA phones go, this is/was one of the better ones. I have also used Blackberrys and the older Siemens units (SX55 and SX66) and this was probably the best overrall. The OS is now a little bit dated, but the core functionality is still very good. The unit is a near-perfect size for a PDA phone, with a screen that isn't too big or too small. It is not the fastest in terms of the Edge connections (slower than a 3G iPhone) but when using WiFi you should be fine.
Summary: I really do love my phone/gps/pda. I bought it so I would use my pda (i would never take it anywhere with my phone, I wanted one device). Super easy to use. Sometimes when many programs are running can be somewhat slow, only has Mobile 5.0, and HP GPS software only included trial version.
Summary: I've owned my new ipaq since 45 days for now,and I admit that it is a great device to use in day to day work,as an IT Manager for a large enterprise organization,I'm able now to not miss any Task or meeting and stay connected . The only problem that I've faced is that as a phone the response is slow,and sometimes you are forced to soft reset the machine. If you need to get more organized then get it.
Summary: The product arrived in good new order but one thing they did not say was the item was locked to cingularm this was very embarrasing as it was a gift, i eventually got a returns number from Tigerdirect, they would not refund my postage either direction. This was a very poor show by tiger direct, i will not buy from them again.
Summary: I did quite a bit of research before investing in my first handheld device and I had a very limited budget for it. I looked at the Palm devices, and the Nokia n800 series, as well as several Dell and HP pocket pc models. I decided that, at least for now, Windows Mobile appeared the best way to go in terms of ease of use and value and I'm very happy that I made that decision.