HP iPaq Pocket PC H2210 Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID fa103a#abu / HP iPAQ Pocket PC h2210 - Windows Mobile 2003 - PXA255 400 MHz - RAM: 64 MB 3.5" TFT ( 240 x 320 ) - Bluetooth / The hp ... more
HP iPaq Pocket PC H2210 ... iPAQ Pocket PC h2210 has the optimal combination of features, performance, and expandability to meet your handheld computing needs. The sleek design includes dual slot expansion for flexibility and storage. With integrated Bluetooth, connect wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices. Plus, wireless-ready capabilities allow you to access the Internet, email, and corporate data at home, at work or on the go.
A broad range of features, Bluetooth, expansion capabilities, and multimedia make the hp iPAQ Pocket PC h2210 essential for you to communicate, access, and manage information when you want.
Newest Review: ... which this PDA performs excellently. The PDA has 64mb of SDRAM, which isn't loads, but the storage capability can be extended ... more
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Customer HP iPaq Pocket PC H2210 Reviews (7)
by - written on 03/12/04, updated on 08/12/04 (Very useful, 372 readings)
The hp 2210 pocket PC comes with stacks of software already loaded including pocket versions of Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, Appointment manager, contacts list, notepad, calculator, Active Sync, backup, Image viewer, messenger, Microsoft reader, Windows media player, Bluetooth manager and Nevo (universal remote control), Solitaire and Jawbreaker. If the software application that you require is not already loaded onto your Pocket PC, I am sure that you can find a suitable program on the many supporting web sites. I have found Diet Plan software, Cricket and Golf scoring applications, Password managers, Navigation Software and even a travel mileage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/08, updated on 19/10/08 (Very useful, 90 readings)
The HP iPaq Pocket PC H2210 has served me well, i must say. with a 400MHz processor it has ample processing speed for most applications, but tends to lag if you are browsing an intensive site, or have several programs open at once. I mainly use mine for surfing the internet, and for writing in, both of which this PDA performs excellently. The PDA has 64mb of SDRAM, which isn't loads, but the storage capability can be extended via Sdcard, or compact flash. The device doesn't have built in wireless, but i have mine set up with a Wifi compact flash card, and a 4GB SD card. The device does tend to crash frequently, but this could just be due to my heavy usage of it. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/05, updated on 04/02/05 (Very useful, 231 readings)
I scrimped and saved for my Ipaq 2210, and have enjoyed every momet we are together. Principally I use it as a media player, making full use of Media Player 9 for PPC. I have a bluetooth wireless connection to my pc, so am able to stream content to the Ipaq from the media player site. I also watch video's on it. I have a 1 gb CF memory card, and watch films when on the treain for long journeys. The PPC also has lots of other features, inlcuding... 400Mhz processor, faster than some desktops! 64mb RAM CF and SD Slot Solitaire!!!! Word and Excel Email program NEVO (Explain later) The main feature of this machine is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/03, updated on 28/10/03 (Useful, 1158 readings)
I have owned a string of PDAs (Casio, Palm...), but this is the most outstanding of them all. Check the specification out: 400MHz CPU, 64 MB RAM, dazzling colour TFT screen, integrated Infra-Red and Bluetooth connectivity, Universal Remote Control (yes, you can even control your TV, video and DVD player with it!), all operating on Microsoft's Mobile 2003 OS so you get good audio and video capabilities too. Integration/Synchronization with (and backup to) the PC is easy, thanks to MS ActiveSync. It is one of the few PDAs to offer both Compact Flash and Secure Digital expansion slots, and there is a wide range of accessories - everything from a Wireless ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/05, updated on 08/02/05 (Somewhat useful, 65 readings)
Well I've had my Ipaq for 4 months.. It was bought for me as a present so in terms of value (i don't know how much was paid) but in my reckoning too much. I have used it very little since getting it, as my mobile phone or computer cover all its functionality and generally better. I see the only advantage when adding GPS too it, however I am awaiting its falling prices as its just too much for what it is. Its good for messing about wasting time etc.. but I'd personally hold off from buying one, as I'm sure a completely intergrated phone/PDA/laptop system is on the way (although I'd wait for the price to be right). oh for thoughs how have one ..for ... Read the complete review
Technical Details for HP iPaq Pocket PC H2210
|Product Description||HP iPAQ Pocket PC h2210 - handheld - Windows Mobile 2003 - 3.5"|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003|
|Display||3.5" colour TFT - 240 x 320|
|Processor||Intel XScale PXA255|
|Processor Clock Speed||400 MHz|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||CompactFlash (type II), SD Memory Card|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 12 hours|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||7.6 cm x 1.5 cm x 11.5 cm|
|Localisation||English / United Kingdom|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year warranty|