Summary: I really like my travel companion. however, when I got it there was no manuel, but did find it at @hp. I like the idea of having on line capabilities, GPS ,games, calendar and daily features all in one unit. It's a great size. It's just hard to get the alarms set for my appointments.
Summary: I bought a used HP rx59+10 as an inexpensive aviation gps for a backup when I go flying. It does the job very well and is half the cost of some gps. you do need to subscribe to the gps software ,but is fairly inexpensive.
Summary: The HP RX5910 Travel Companion is everything I was looking for and more. I wasn't sure if I was getting a travel companion or PDA....I got both in one. It does everything...voice notes, hand written notes, converts hand to text, has microsoft mobile and GPS. Excellent hand held.
Summary: As a PPC it's a fun little gadget. Running Windows Mobile 5 means there are a lot more advanced pieces of software to run (Google Maps, for instance). Skype runs, too, but not well. At lease not the versions I've tried so far. As for the GPS, while the newest (free) map update is three years old, we had no trouble navigating to Chattanooga from Ohio for a conference.It seems to take forever for the unit to grab enough satellite signal to be of use, but once it does it is...