Summary: The HP iPAQ Pocket pc rz1710 is a good buy for the first time pocket pc user. The built in applications are very usefull for managing your day to day activities. Furthermore its screen resolution is great for the price.
Summary: This PDA is designed for people who wish to use it for basic tasks that pda's are intended for such as editing documents taking notes, and organizing your life. It also has the ability to be an mp3 player and a video device with the addition of an sd memory card (inexpensive on ebay).
Summary: I bought this back in October. I had thought it would be like the others. First of all, this thing has no memory whatsoever. I had to buy a memory card just to do stuff. Second, it doesn't have built in wifi so I can't go on the Internet without it saying 'Memory to low, click a task to terminate'.
Excerpt: This award-winning PDA or Palm top computer has a solid combination of productivity and small form factor. Hosting a SDIO slot, it is capable supporting SD/MMC standard type memory cards meaning you can use the memory card to hold up to 2GB of data, more then enough for hundreds of documents.
Excerpt: I purchased the HP rz1710 because I wanted to have the functionality of PDA and the benefits of a GPS system. The product comes in two parts basically you get the rz1710 PDA and a stand alone GPS receiver that you can either stick to the window of your car or the dashboard.
Excerpt: Brought this navigator (very overpriced) from my catalouge (£500) From the day i got it, it has given me nothing but grief. For my important journeys (Scotland-Birmingham and Birmingham-London) it has failed to work, keeps freezing and keeps telling me 'unknown error' then shutting down.
Excerpt: It is a slim, elegant PDA, which is quite rigid for a firm grip around the sides. Its strongest plus point is its price and its thin and light design. Even because of its low spec., what makes RZ1710 stand firmly among the others is its simplicity. What has it got?
Pros: Smart, Cheap and ideal to run simple application
Excerpt: When I first bought this PDA I was a bit unhappy with the fact that it didn't have Bluetooth, but this was my fault because I thought it just came as standard. However after a while I decided to keep it. The main reasons was the ease of use, as with all HP PDA's it was so easy to use.