Summary: I've had this unit since it first came out and it is still going. I no longer use it because I have GPS in my phone but I give it to my drivers that have no since of direction for material drop offs and pick ups and they love it.
Summary: I don't understand how they could have made such a piece of trash or why anyone would ever buy one. Must be a lot fools out there with too much money. I got this one at Goodwill for about $15 and it's not even worth that much! The only thing that works on it is playing music with MP3's.
Summary: I have since been contacted bythis seller and he seems to have genuine concern as to the condition of the product I had purchased and has offered to refund me for the purchase I am not clear as to how to delete the comments I had left for him but will try to figure it out meanwhile I wouldlike to...
Summary: We bought this a while ago for our trip to Canada. TomTom didn't know a street was one-way, but besides that, the GPS was OK. Because the iPaq runs Windows Mobile, you can install applications, listen to media and movies, and play games. I wouldn't recommend the Office suite installed on it, though.
Summary: The HP iPAQ 5915 is a misbegotten hybrid of multiple bad systems. The ONLY place it shines is in the navigational software functionality. All else is garbage. HP's links to Windows and TomTom are not streamlined, meaning the device frequently conflicts with software provided by one or the other...
Summary: The main reason for purchasing this unit for me was GPS and internet access. Decent music and video playback capability adds value and makes it a true travel companion. Having said that, it's no longer available from HP and is certainly NOT worth paying more than $150 for it. WHY?
Summary: I have owned this product for almost two years now. It was a very wise investment. If you want a pda/gps/mp3 player all in one, this is the product for you. The only compliant I have is the need to do a soft restart in the midst of do something (notorious for Windows Mobile).