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Written on: 25/03/2008
The IPAQ 2210 is the middle of the road PDA which incorporates some of the features from 5500 and the 1900 series. I bought this device second hand and was pleasantly surprised by what I could do with it. The 2210 comes bundled with Tom Tom software which can turn it into a fully operational Sat Nav, bluetooth which allows you to communicate with any Bluetooth device. I have a few niggles which include the speaker volume which compared to previous Pdas that I've owned is not a good, although it… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2008 by cappuchino (1 review written)
The hp ipaq h2210 is ok but I have seen a lot better. This pda is ok for a child to mess about with but I wouldn't even class it for home use for an adult, in my opinion. Basically, the standard of it is a child's pda but give it to your child for Christmas and they'd appreciate it a lot more than you would as far as I am concerned. Windows mobile for pocket pc 2003 premium is ok but not upgradable to even windows mobile 2003 se so come on, I don't buy a pda with windows mobile 2003 at all, I… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2005 by ibentall (1 review written)
The HP iPAQ H2210 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… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2005 by Artisan (8 reviews written)
I've now had the HP Ipaq 2210 for 7 months, the initial reason for buying it was to use as a satellite navigator (sat nav) using Tom Tom 3. Since then I've found it to be indispensable for many other things, MP3 player, Blue tooth, note taking and keeping track of contacts using outlook. The great thing about this little PDA is that you get a CF slot and an SD slot so you can fit cameras etc into the CF slot or alternatively use a CF sat nav unit like the Rikaline X6 or one of the sleeve… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2005 by borgthemagician (1 review written)
Before buying the HP iPAQ H2210 I had previously owned a windows CE device and a Psion 5MX. A friend was given a 2210 through his work together with GPS software. He didn't think the system was capable of much more than running the GPS and playing a few games.
I saw the system in use and was immediately impressed. First impressions was that the PDA platform had come a long way since I'd first used them. I've previously used my CE system as a programming platform allowing me to work without… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2004 by aj451uk (6 reviews written)
Having previously owned Palm's I was a bit hesitant about making the jump to the windows platform. I needn't have worried, I only wish I had done it sooner. The iPAQ H2210 is probably the most useful gadget I have ever owned. The screen quality is amazing, photos look great on it. It has REVO which is a built-in remote control device for all your infra-red devices, TV's, CD players etc - you'll have fun with that. Windows media is great for MP3 playback and to be honest puts other stand-alone… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/08/2004 by booges (4 reviews written)
I first purchased my HP iPAQ H2210 as it was on sale with the TOM TOM Navigator software and to be honest it was the software I was after. The hardware could have been anything as long as I stopped getting lost.. BUT. the iPAQ has become indispensable. I don't know how I ever lived without it. The unit is compact, powerful, flexible and is really fast. I have used palm tops in the past and the lack of speed and usability has always put me off. Expandable memory is handy and the inbuilt voice… Read Full Review
" I had my first Psion 3 in 1992, a 5 in 1997, and a 5mx in 2001; it ... " Read More
Written by RichardCC
" I have been buying dells for years - i have five - all broken - i k... " Read More
" I purchased for £400 in 2005. PDA tend to freeze freq and u d... " Read More
Written by brownmrbrown
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" Superb ! HP iPaq does everything my old PDA did, but comes with WiF... " Read More