Summary: A very successful device with multimedia features. With the Samsung processor, has a longer battery life. It is compact and portable. Successful use it as a remote control. Price performance deserves a 4 star.
Few generations old PDA, but may be useful to you modders out there.
10 September 2011
Summary: This is an older device, definitely getting a little long in the teeth. The main reason I bought it was nostalgia. I had one of these as a kid (middle school age) and it died back then. When I searched them up, I found a few for dirt cheap so I jumped on it. Couple of things to point out. 1. Windows Mobile 2003. This is OLD. REALLY old. You can still find apps for it, but they're getting rarer and rarer.
Nice device for basic stuff. A loyal personal assistant
26 March 2011
Summary: Pros: If you are looking for an electronic personal assistant, this is the device that you are looking for. It helps you keep track of your future tasks and calendars, it syncs greatly with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. It comes with a great program called Nevo that it allows you to use the the IR (infrared) to control your TV (LCD HD, etc.), DVD player, Cable provider device, projectors, and pretty much anything that has a IR (if you have the code to connect it too).
Excerpt: My review is based on the HP Ipaq RX3118 Deciding to buy A couple of years ago, I decided that I needed a PDA to help me organise things and also wanted to buy a satnav but at the time the "TomToms" were quite expensive. I decided the rough specification that I wanted out of the PDA and that I needed WIFI and Bluetooth, as well as it being Windows based. After much searching through the internet I stumbled across the HP IPAQ RX3115 on the handtec website.
Pros: Very small and compact, huge amount of software available
Cons: Might be too small for people with big fingers