Summary: I purchased and received my iPAQ hx2795 pocket PC nearly two weeks ago and have been happy with it so far. My Palm Treo, although it served me well for several years, died on me and I was looking to upgrade to a device that didn't include a cell phone.
Summary: I bought mine almost 1 year ago, trying to improve my old (but good) Dell Axim X5, and after using the warranty 4 times, (because the one I bought was overheating when it was Off) first they replaced the battery, then the equipment (twice) and the IPaQs continue overheating, with no technical...
Summary: I have used other handheld ppcs and PDAs and this product is several steps ahead since it combines the best features that other products offer singly (limited, or at the expense of other functions).
A user can maximize its utility as an electronic notebook with a bluetooth keyboard.
Summary: I have used other handheld ppcs and PDAs and this product is several steps ahead since it combines the best features that other products offer singly (limited, or at the expense of other functions). A user can maximize its utility as an electronic notebook with a bluetooth keyboard.
Summary: This is my second iPAQ, the first was the iPAQ 3950. That one never missed a beat, so I figured when I wanted to upgrade to wireless, stick with a solid performer. That turned out to be a good decision. Did check the reviews and saw the comments regarding the BIOS and battery run down with SD Card.
Summary: So far this thing has been worthwile getting. I use it for epocrates online as well as to log patient encounters and for random notes when I don't have paper handy. I'm hoping to get more software for it in the future, since I can get network access from the hospital wi-fi nicely, but right now...
Summary: So far this is a great product and I give Amazon kudos for price and delivery. HP on the other hand gets a zero rating for customer and tech support. I love the fingerprint security feature but can't use it because with it activated the HX2795 turns itself on without me doing a thing.
Summary: I had an Axim before I bought this iPaq. Unfortunately it was stolen and they don't make them anymore, so I bought this as a replacement. The main feature of the iPAQ I use is the fingerprint security. Basically if it gets stolen, I can be sure my info will not be retrieved without my fingerprint.
Summary: I've had this for a few weeks now after i've been fed up with Palm's crappy PDA's, and I've never had any problems with it freezing or anything like that, even while running WMP, IE and AIM at once. The battery life on it is very high, even when watching videos, and it's easy to carry around.
Summary: I had a palm tungsten t3 prior to my new hp and I really liked it. The hp is good, but its windows ce os takes up a lot of space and doesn't allow me to do everything I could do before. I've become used to the limitations however, and so far things are working out well.