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181. HP 230 PhotoSmart Printer
$74.99
182. HP Port Replicator ( HP F4811B
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183. HP PSC 2110 Multifunction
$730.95 list($2,516.00)
184. HP Color LaserJet 4600 Printer
185. Hewlett Packard Jornada 568 Pocket
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190. HP GB ADV PORT REPLICATOR 1.2

181. HP 230 PhotoSmart Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $235.00
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Asin: B00006LLJ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 11200
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 4,800 optimized dpi using premium photo papers
  • Prints directly from digital camera memory cards
  • LCD preview for selecting color, size, and format
  • Compact size, easily portable
  • Convenient USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars perfect little printer
I purchased an earlier version of this printer last year along with my first digital camera. It is identical to this with one less port for memory cards. My camera was a 2 megapixel Olympus D510 so I did not intend to enlarge my photos beyond 4x6. This printer offered small size and ease of use, which appealed to me at the time. The printer does not need to be connected to a computer to produce high quality 4x6 images - as close to photos from film as you can get with 2 megapixels. I now have a three megapixel camera and the prints are even better.

This printer is so easy to use. Just plug it in, add paper, insert the smartmedia, compact flash, or memory stick into the appropriate slot, select the number of the photo you want to print, press the print button and watch a beautiful photo emerge from the printer. It weighs only 3 pounds and can be easily transported anywhere. I take it on vacation with me (in a soft sided, padded lunch box) and surprise my friends with instant copies of photos.

The are only a few drawbacks for this printer. First, photo paper and ink cartridges cost a lot so your photos will not be cheaper than outside processing. I try to purchase in larger quantities to reduce the cost and I use cheaper paper for less important prints. The second drawback is the inability to view the photo on the printer prior to printing. You'll have to jot down the photo's number from your camera screen. And, of course you can't crop or modify your prints on this printer, but that's not really different from developing photos at the store.

As for durability, as I said, I've had this printer for almost a year, have taken it everywhere, printed hundreds of photos and never had the slightest problem. It's a great little printer!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great portable printer
I have been very happy with this printer and have used it often since purchasing it. The photos produced are sharp and clear, there is minimal set-up to begin using it right away, and no computer interface is needed, though there is software included if you like to do digital editing before printing. The photo preview screen makes printing without the computer practical and easy. The 230 stores in a bag roughly the size of the average camera bag which makes it easy to take to parties and family gatherings. For print quality, ease of use, and portablity, I haven't found a better 4 x 6 printer out there.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to tote and great quailty photos.
If you want to print a few high quality 4x6 photos on the spot without a PC, this is the printer for you. I recently attended a family reunion and before the punch bowl was empty everyone had a photo in their hand and a smile on their face. It is very easy to use. Just load any type memory chip and press print, or you can select the photo, adjust the contrast and crop the photo using the color screen. Get near photo lab results in a little over 2 minutes per photos.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad, bad, bad
I used this printer twice and kept getting "paper jam" although there was no paper in the printer. Had to send the product back. Wouldn't buy another.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good bargain, good pictures
Since I got my digital camera I'd just been saving everything to CD and not printing anything out because printing through a website gets so expensive! I'd rather just have my own little printer, as long as the prints are good. The prints from this are great, and although they smudge if you don't allow them enough time to dry, they are good quality. I can't speak to fading yet, because I've only had it a month, but so far so good! ... Read more


182. HP Port Replicator ( HP F4811B )

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Asin: B0000DGAN7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 38823
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Product Description

Add desktop functionality to your HP Pavilion, Presario notebook or HP Compaq Business Notebook with this Simple Port Replicator (SPR). Specially designed for your notebook PC the Simple Port Replicator with USB 2.0 plugs into your notebook to provide all the connectivity of a desktop PC. You can connect your monitor, keyboard, speakers, mouse and more. ... Read more


183. HP PSC 2110 Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $185.00
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Asin: B00006AMS3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6486
Average Customer Review: 3.13 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The HP PSC 2110 is a multifunction solution for users who need color printing, scanning, and copying functions in one machine. And it's easy to use--even novices will appreciate the unit's intuitive buttons for the most common tasks.

Prints are sharp, with up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi (using premium photo papers) and 1,200 x 1,200 input dpi when printing from a computer. Laser-quality black text prints at 14 pages per minute (ppm). The PSC 2110 can print borderless 4-by-6-inch photos, and its ink-backup printing mode completes the print job even if one cartridge runs out.

For scan and copy functions, the flatbed design accepts a wide variety of original documents, including books and 3-D objects. This model can copy at 14 copies per minute (cpm) in black and 10 cpm in color. Scanning with 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution, the PSC 2110 also features a one-touch front-panel scan button so users can easily share photos and documents by sending attachments directly through e-mail.

For users with demanding color needs, the PSC 2110 supports a six-ink color option, using the optional HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridge. The unit is backed by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Color printing, scanning, and copying in one compact product
  • 600 x 1,200 dpi scanning resolution
  • Up to 4,800-optimized dpi color printing on premium photo papers
  • Accepts 4-by-6-inch photo paper for borderless prints
  • Optional 6-color printing system

Reviews (47)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very satisfied with this sub $ multifunction
Bought this a few weeks ago to replace an HP DeskJet (still worked but slow). I have been very pleased with it so far. Installed it on an XP system without any problems. As with most USB devices, be sure to follow the directions when installing. We use it primarily as a printer and also make copies. Copy quality is good and you can easily select fast, normal or best quality and copy in black/white or color - all from the devices control panel. Note that the 2110 does not have a sheet feeder. Also, remember to get a USB cable since one isn't included in the box.

If you're doing a lot of scanning, I'd suggest getting separate products. I've experimented a little with the scanner but gave up and used my Epson Perfection 1640 Office (a great scanner) instead which is faster, has a legal size bed and has a sheet feeder. If you're doing much OCR, you'll want to get a program like TextBridge Pro (under $) or if you're really serious, OmniPage Pro (around $).

I've been very impressed with the print quality - particularly on photos. I also have an Epson C80 and this printer does a much better job when printing on premium glossy photo paper. I purchased an optional photo cartridge (replaces the black cartridge) and printed some photos in 6 color - excellent quality - the dark areas of the photos are more natural and skin tones are better.

Several reviews have said the printer is loud - I would disagree. It does periodically "adjust" itself but it's not noisy. Paper feed is reasonably quite (much quieter than my Epson C80). I would probably turn it off at night if it was in my bedroom though.

The reviewer who said you can't put a used cartridge back in the printer is wrong. I did it today when using the photo cartridge without a problem. Perhaps he didn't get the cartridges back in correctly.

Few suggestions for improvement:

Separate tanks for the color ink cartridges (it uses a single 3 color cartridge and a black cartridge which can be temporarily replaced with a 3 color photo cartridge). We have printed several hundred color and black/white pages and haven't replaced a cartridge yet - although, for the last 4 days, it has been warning that the color cartridge is low. More accurate ink indicators would be nice.

In typical HP fashion, it only holds about 50 sheets of paper.

In summary, for printing and copying, I would buy this again without hesitation.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for SOHO users.
I bought this printer for my home/office to work on weekends and spare time, plus an occasional home need. Of course I wanted an all around equipment that could scan - copy - and print. Didn't need it to fax since I can do it directly from my computer (scan to fax).
Given these dedmands and the low budget, I think this printer is great.

++ The output quality surpassed my expectations.
++ The speed is acceptable (It's not an office printer). Depending on the quality of the output, in draft for instance, the printer is really fast.
++ I can change the quality of the output either on the printer on the properties dialog box.
++ It has a very useful HP Control Panel software, that is quick to put up on your screen, from where you can decide to print, scan or copy on the click of a button.

-- The one drawback I found is that the drivers are not included in any OS, hence, you must be very careful during installation to install the software in the bundled CD first, before hooking up the printer. But then again, this only a one time thing. Overall, I am quite happy with this equipment after 6 months of use.

2-0 out of 5 stars Burned by scanner ribbon dragging
Well-I was happy with the printer, the fax-and i thought the scanner-but overtime just as another reviewer reported the ribbon cable starts to leave a smear on the bottom of glass. Don't buy this printer for scanning

5-0 out of 5 stars Above Average Printer.
I've owned at least a dozen inkjet and laser printers over years and the HP PSC 2110 All-in-One is one of the best. Installation with WinXP was painless, ink cartridge life is acceptable, speeds for printing and scans are good, and everything works as advertised. Printing quality is well above average. Scan quality are good. And the color or b&w copy feature is handy. The price is also very fair considering the print quality and features.

I've read the other reviews and feel some clarifications or corrections are needed. Ink use is not out of the ordinary. With the normal settings and a mixture of business correspondence containing occasional pictures, a few web pages here and there, and plain text documents, my ink cartridges last somewhere between 550 to 650 pages. Of course, heavy graphics consume more ink and plain text documents use less ink.

You can reduce ink consumption, and save money, by adjusting the print quality and paper type in the properties box. For example, different paper types use more or less ink. Tweaking the ink volume setting, in the advanced features settings, will substantially save ink. By adjusting this setting, I've gotten almost 1000 pages (mostly text with occasional small graphics) from a single cartridge, with only slightly lighter ink applied to each page (hardly noticable even if you hold it up to a regular page). You can also save ink by adjusting color saturation in the properties box.

For those talking about installation or software problems, I had no problems installing and the software has worked perfectly. Several mentioned the software wanting to re-install itself occasionally. I suspect this is caused by the printer not always being on while the computer is on. The driver maintains a constant link to the printer (it must to see the "start scan" button on the printer, for example). If the printer is off, the driver will often disable itself. If the printer is turned on after that, the software may not find a working driver and will attempt to re-install one (re-installing the software in the process). The solution is to leave the printer on whenever the computer is on.

For those talking about noise, this is not normal behavior. My printer is completely silent for hours on end after the initial startup. It will only make noise again, or reset itself, when it wakes from the power save mode. If yours is constantly resetting itself, look for something waking it up from the power save mode. By the way, contrary to what one person said, it does indeed have a power save mode.

Someone mentioned a problem printing envelopes. I've had no problem in that regard, printing everything from cheap Walmart envelopes to 24lb watermarked business envelopes. Another mentioned paper jams. Again, I've had no problems with everything from index card stock to cheap, very thin, paper.

Under miscellaneous, one or two talked about problems after a period of time or degrading performance over time. I've had mine for almost nine months with neither problem. The software still works perfectly and the quality of scans and prints are still as good as new. One person mentioned fuzzy scans. Make sure scanner alignment is done properly during setup or do it again if already setup. One person complained of no grayscale mode. This is turned on and off in the properties box.

This is a very good printer with many features and capabilities. Make sure to read the manual and help files, and take time to look over the software and properties box, to discover all this printer has to offer.

2-0 out of 5 stars Everything great... except the scanning....
Print, copy, and scanning editable text is exceptional. HOWEVER--

after 2 months of use the ribbon cable on the scanner leaves residue while dragged across the inside of the glass. After 6 months it becomes intolerable. I only scan about 4 pages a week, so I'm not even a high-end user, but I do expect high-resolution to be high-quality.

If you are planning on doing any high-res scanning, or scanning 8x10 images, your paint shop or photopaint skills must be well above par because EVERY PHOTO YOU SCAN WILL HAVE 1-inch wide FADED LINES RUNNING THROUGH IT. You will either have to scan both halves seperately and paste them together or paint out your lines. It even ruins greyscale photos.

You are not allowed to clean out the inside glass yourself, so you have to bring it in for service. Since it's not a malfunction, just a cosmetic thing, and in my area NO recommended HP service center had someone qualified to just open and clean the thing, you will have to pay to have it shipped out and back.

I found it cheaper to risk buying a new one by taking it apart myself, though if I can't put it back together it will be a different brand this time, no doubt about it. I have inspected it and am on my way to buy the proper screwdriver in a few minutes.

(UPDATE: Even after I took it apart to clean it, the residue won't come off completely. I've used three different glass cleaners and rubbing alcohol. It looks like it's gone, but on testing it still produces faded lines through my artwork. I also can't run it if I try modifying the ribbon so it will hang lower-- too short, it appears. I'm going to have to get a new flatbed. Sigh.)

I don't want that to scare you. If you just want a color copier, its perfect. If you need to scan editable text, it couldn't be better, even on 50-year-old magazine articles. If you're just scanning items for Ebay or family pictures for your friends at the normal 72 to 200 dpi, it will be great. If you're more interested in photo-quality prints from your digital camera and will only be scanning when you need a copy of something, go for it. The printing from the photo cartridge is super.

BUT, if you're looking for a high-resolution all-in-one because you know you're going to upgrade to scanning artwork or high-resolution designs, or are going to start creating an electronic reserve, don't be fooled by the 600-1200 dpi option. Yes, it does scan at that high a resolution, but you'll be fixing those faded lines. Get a seperate scanner. The flatbed I bought in 1997 does a better job, it's just not compatible with my new computer.

As it turns out, a friend of mine also got this model for Christmas. I had her test it for streaks by scanning with the cover open and she found the beginning of the line residue. I hope the rest of the owners have better luck than we did. So in short, if you want to scan something better than a color copy, beware. Look elsewhere. Bad design. The scanner is just a cheap bonus item stuck on top of really good printer. ... Read more


184. HP Color LaserJet 4600 Printer (Refurbished, No Returns)
list price: $2,516.00
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Asin: B000085BDS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 9323
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Product Description

The HP Color LaserJet 4600 series meets the needs of general office users in workgroups of up to 10 users, who want fast color and black and white printing for their internal communications as well as customer facing documents. It is also suitable for business creatives wanting to enhance their communications and sell their ideas, products and services.Print color and black and white pages at up to 17 ppm, with the high-performance vertical in-line laser engine. Achieve fast 18-second first page out from "Ready" and "Powersave" mode due to inductive heat fuser technology also reducing power consumption. Enjoy excellent print quality with ImageREt 2400, new formulas of second-generation, chemically grown toner and direct to paper printing for professional documents. The HP Color LaserJet 4600 series is designed to be easy to use, manage and maintain, and deliver worry-free color laser printing. Graphical control panel provides toner level gauges at a glance and displays text and animated graphics for quick and easy troubleshooting. One point of access at the front and clear labeling make consumables installation very simple. HP Web Jetadmin and an embedded Web server ensure easy management with other HP LaserJet printers and makes remote management simple and convenient. Implement new printing e-services to run downloadable Java-based programs using the embedded virtual machine. ... Read more


185. Hewlett Packard Jornada 568 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

Asin: B00005O7MW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 11875
Average Customer Review: 4.31 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Hewlett Packard's 560 line of Jornada PDAs includes the 32 MB Jornada 565 and our 64 MB 568, members for the first batch of Pocket PCs to ship with Microsoft's new Pocket PC 2002 operating system.

On the surface, the Pocket PC 2002 OS looks much the same as the old OS. But there are a variety of enhancements to the stable of applications (like Word and Excel), new software such as MSN Messenger, added security and antivirus protection, and improved handwriting recognition.

The Jornada 568 features a CompactFlash Type 1 slot, so you can add more CF memory as well as hook up CF peripherals, such as modems or network cards. You'll probably want to expand on the memory front--64 MB is decent for a Pocket PC, but you always want more to play back any video or audio files. And CompactFlash memory prices have plummeted in recent months, making it an affordable upgrade.

The well-designed Jornada 568 sits nicely in hand, with a sturdy flip-up cover adding little to the overall weight (6.1 ounces without the cover and 7.0 with). The bright, 16-bit color TFT screen can be easily read from even sharp angles. While the 240 x 320 pixel, 3.5-inch diagonal screen isn't as large as some, it's big enough to keep you from squinting, even while reading books with Microsoft Reader.

Hooking the Jornada 568 up to your PC is handled either through the USB cradle (with a pass-through connector for the AC power adapter) or via infrared. In addition to the ActiveSync 3.5 software, HP includes Outlook 2002, Audible Player 2.0 for playing audio books, and MusicMatch for ripping and playing digital audio files. In addition to syncing up with Outlook files and directories, the Pocket PC versions of Word, Excel, and Media Player enable you to transfer almost any of your desktop files to the 568.

Powered by a 206 MHz StrongARM processor, the Jornada 568 can handle extensive multitasking without any slowdown. The bottom of the PDA offers four buttons for quick access to menus and applications--Home, Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks--as well as a four-direction navigation pad and scroll buttons on the side panel.

The Jornada 568 also functions as a voice recorder--just press the red button on the side and talk away--with a built-in microphone and speaker. But the speaker, while adequate for the normal beeps and burps of the OS, isn't great for music playback. You'll want to connect some headphones to the Jornada and, unfortunately, HP doesn't include any.

The rechargeable battery for the Jornada 568 promises up to 14 hours of life and we were able to get right around that. It also features a light at its top that glows green when the PDA is fully charged, and also flashes to alert you to appointments.

With its power, expandability, and the new Pocket PC 2002 operating system, the Jornada 568 makes an excellent all-around workhorse palmtop. --J. Curtis

Pros:

  • Easy transfer of Word and Excel files and synchronization with Outlook
  • CompactFlash Type 1 expandability
  • Crisp, colorful display
  • Sleek design
Cons:
  • Speaker not adequate for playing back music
  • No headphones
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Features

  • Color Pocket PC with 64 MB of RAM with Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 operating
  • Built-in CompactFlash slot lets you add memory, accessories
  • Vibrant 16-bit color display provides clear view indoors and out
  • Store and edit data, browse the Internet, check e-mail with powerful Pocket PC applications
  • What's in the box: Jornada 568, Stylus, rechargeable lithium-polymer battery, CR-2032 backup battery, AC adapter, USB cradle, Jornada Quick Start Guide, Documentation pack, Pocket PC Companion CD

Reviews (49)

5-0 out of 5 stars What a marvelous gadget.
I bought my HP Jornada 568 on February 1, and waited more than two months in order to write a review not guided by the emotion of having such an wonderful invention the firsts days, but by the funcionality of the device. And I must tell that it is extremely useful.
The display is excellent, as with everything on this pocket PC. It works very fast even when almost every application is open; the design is so slim and light that is a pleasure to carry your Jornada everywhere; I think that is one of the most elegant designs in the market also.
The sound, with headphones, is excellent for music, even when it is obvious that listening through the tiny built-in speaker is not the best way to get the best sound quality.
The navigation through the internet is very good, but you must be aware that the effect in some pages is like if you were passing a magnifying glass over a book's page, because most of the internet pages do not exactly "fit to screen" (this also happens with large Excel files or complex Word documents), but even with that detail that is not inherent to the Jornada but to all Pocket PC's, is very useful and clear, because you can increase the size of the text in the page in order to a comfortable reading.
If you also plan to receive e-mail in your Pocket PC, the new operative system allows to receive HTML direct from the Internet, because it converts it to text format automatically, and that was a mayor flaw of the preceding OS.
The Word and Excel documents can be edited or created with easiness, given the multiple input choices the OS has to offer.
I highly recommend a Compact Flash Card of at least 128MB. This is not only for file storage, but to install the programs of your Jornada within the Storage Card and leting almost all the RAM for the applications preinstalled so you can get your device to run extra fast. The only flaw with this is that if you are using a CompactModem or CompactLAN in order to connect to the Internet, the programs that are installed in the CF card will not be available at the moment of navigation because the expansion slot will be already in use.
If you never had owned a Pocket PC, another recomendation is the Pocket PC Handbook, by Dan Hanttula. It is more than worth the price.
Overall, if you are planning to buy a Pocket PC and are not sure about which one to chose, do not hesitate anymore and pick the HP Jornada 568. You will be more than pleased and surely will write a review from your Pocket PC.
Accesories I own and recomend: Targus Stowaway Keyboard, Targus PDA/Keyboard Combo Case (Leather) (only if you use the keyboard very often), Viking CF card 128MB, Pretec's CompactModem and CompactLan (the Support Service from Pretec is superb) and the Pocket PC Handbook, by Hanttula.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP Scores with Jornada 568
The original HP Jornada Pocket PC's were easily outclassed by Compaq and Casio's models, but HP's engineers have redeemed themselves- and surpassed the competition- with the new Pocket PC 2002 versions: the Jornada 565 and 568. (The only difference between the two is RAM, with the 568 having 64Mb to the 565's 32Mb.)

These new models have the superior display and speed of the competitors products, but easily top the Compaq with built-in CF card expansion and replaceable, rechargable batteries that have longer life spans than the iPAQ. The included flip-up cover is also a plus and makes the Jornada the lightest weight and slimmest Pocket PC available with both screen protection and CF expansion built-in.

HP also thoughtfully provided a way for users to store up to 8Mb of data or programs in the secure FlashROM, assuring the security of vital material.

Besides the Microsoft Pocket PC software suite, HP's bundled software includes Code Wallet Pro and the versitile OmniSolve calculator as well as HP's own image viewer. This viewer is the best I've tried on any Pocket PC. My favorite bundled program though has to be Mobile Conversay. This easy-to-use program allows you to talk to your Jornada and receive spoken responses. Mobile Conversay will read your calendar to you, tell you the date and time, check your battery life, start and stop programs and more.

The Jornada 565/568 are easily the top of the new crop of Pocket PC's.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice PDA
This is a great PDA. It runs Windows 2002 Pocket PC Edition very well. I can play MP3's, use Pocket Word, and synchronize with Microsoft Outlook without a problem.

The only reason I gave it 4 out of 5 stars is that the screen scratches amazingly easy. I always keep the thing in a soft case, and it's already scratched up pretty good. I have no idea how these little blemishes got there, but it is very annoying when the light is just right and they stand out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible
This is a wonderful machine. It is compact and efficient. It is compatible with several database software products allowing for easy, on the road access to all types of information. It holds 1000 pages of text per MB of memory which makes travelling a breeze. No longer do I need an extra briefcase for my books. Currently, with just a 128 MB compact flash card as an accessory, I have 7 books, 13 audible.com audible books, multiple pictures as well as all my MS Outlook contact addresses, phone numbers, email addresses. Further, I can download and respond to my email from this little pocket-size phenom. It has never, never failed me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Transformed my life
I used to carry a laptop and a Franklin planner almost everywhere. Now, my Jornada and the Targus keyboard are all I usually need, unless I'm doing a presentation to a client. The Pocket PC is a marvel of convenience. Here are common things I do on my HP Jornada:
* All MS Outlook related activities (appointments, tasks, meeting notes, and contacts)
* MS Pocket Money: I get a receipt, and I enter it before I leave the location. No more piles of receipts to process at the end of the month so that I can reconcile my accounts.
* Pocket Word: keep my personal journal, jot down notes, write business documents, etc. The formatting isn't anywhere near as powerful as the desktop version of Word, but it won't take too many more features for this to be a highly functional word processor.
* Pocket Excel: Track mileage. Pocket Excel is a very basic spreadsheet, but it does a great job for simple spreadsheets. I expect future versions will be better.
* Download web pages for viewing: Using AvantGo, I routinely download the Economist, New York Times, CNN, and many other sites. And if I travel, I can download restaurant and entertainment info for the city I go to.
* Track billable hours: Using a great FREEWARE program for Pocket PC, I can track billable hours for clients, projects, and even activities associated with projects.
* Brainstorm: I use a mind-mapping Pocket PC program to brainstorm and develop mindmaps and preliminary project plans for myself and with clients.

* Listen to music: A 64MB flash card can hold a decent amount of MP3 files!
* Show off my new daughter: I have a digital camera, so I can transfer images of my daughter to my Jornada to show pictures to my friends and associates.

Additionally, with a Pocket PC, you can do many other things that I don't yet use the Jornada for, including edit and view PowerPoint files, edit databases, edit html files, edit images, send and receive emails, view live Internet, and watch mpeg movies. Great!

The screen on the 568 is much improved from earlier Jornadas, too. Not as much glare in sunlight.

NOTE: HP IS DISCONTINUING THE JORNADA LINE IN FAVOR OF THE IPAQ LINE IT INHERITED FROM COMPAQ. LOOK FOR BARGAINS ON JORNADAS! ... Read more


186. HP DeskJet 1220cse Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $471.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004RG82
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16790
Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for designers, publishers, or anyone looking forprofessional-quality printouts, the Hewlett-Packard DeskJet 1220Cseprovides high-performance printing on a wide variety of media. It will print anything from 4-by-6-inch postcards to13-by-19-inch Super A3 posters. It handles transparencies, thick cardstock, and everything in between. The 1220Cse can help you withcreative projects such as iron-on transfers, greeting cards, andbanners. For your home office, use the label and envelope printingfunctions, or switch to 2400 x 1200 dpi mode for realistic color forall your photo media.

Using PhotoREt III Enhanced Color Layering, the 1220Cse brings together high speed printing and Hewlett-Packard's latest technology. Printing at 11 pages per minute in black and 9.5 in color, the DeskJet 1220Cse is among the fastest in its category. Resolution and color are adjusted automatically for the sharpest results, which is especially useful for low-resolution Internet images.

Plus, you'll get HP's smart software package, including HP FontSmart, that allows you to expand your printing abilities even further. The booklet printing feature automatically activates two-sided printing and arranges pages for binding. HP ZoomSmart scaling technology allows you to enlarge or reduce documents easily, and with the tiling feature you can print posters five or more times the original size.

The 1220Cse includes two paper trays, 150-sheet input capacity, and a 5,000-page-per-month duty cycle. It offers convenient features such as a low-ink indicator and a cancel button that immediately terminates a print job at a single touch. The 1220Cse is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh platforms, and an optional HP JetDirect external print server can be added so everyone can share this highly versatile printer. --Emily Bakko ... Read more

Features

  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution on photo paper
  • Fast, 11 ppm in black and 9.5 ppm in color
  • Vibrant, true-to-life colors with HP's PhotoREt III Technology
  • Wide format, sizes up to 13 x 19 inches
  • USB and parallel interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Massively impressive machine
I'm an unabashedly big fan of HP inkjet printers. I have found their color management drivers, not to mention their ease of connectivity, to be completely conducive to excellent output. The quality is obviously superior to HP's chief injet rival, Epson.

This printer is no exception. Aside from the somewhat obscure color cartridges (my local suppliers don't stock a lot of them because they're only used in three other printers), I've found nothing to complain about in the two months I've been using it.

The printer is truly whisper silent, and it's massively faster than my old HP 890. I print on odd sizes of paper, so I love the fact that I can now do special jobs without having to go to a service bureau to make tabloid and larger sizes. The onboard memory is sufficiently large to allow me to dump really complicated graphical files without tying up my CPU. As an example, a full-color, legal-sized flyer with multiple graphical layers used to take something on the order of 12 minutes to send to the printer and print. Now it's a matter of 3-5 minutes. True, some the speed increase is that this printer connects through a USB port, but I suspect that even if I hooked it up with the parallel connection, there'd be a massive improvement in speed. At any rate, I used to sometimes crash my computer if I tried to do smething else while a complicated project was printing. Now, nothing I do outside of starting a 3-D game will shake my system.

I cannot recommend this machine enough. However, you should take a look at the 1220Cxi version, just in case you need the added PostScript flexibility.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pleased for the most part
I am very pleased with the quality this printer does with photos and other printing projects. However, It does not print well with thicker photo paper. The paper gets jammed even when using the feed in the back of the printer like your supposed to. It is very frustrating and wastes a lot of paper doing this. Other than that its a great printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT!
I love this printer. Finally, a printer that can handle large format. I can do an 11 x 17 poster or you can even go larger if you have the paper. I'm also able to print pages to my 11 x 17 leave behind piece that I leave with clients. The visuals are crisp and clear and it's faster than any printer I've ever had in the laserjet category. But I couldn't afford a color laserjet that handled 11 x 17. So for the price, this one is awesome. I used to have my leave behinds done at Kinkos but now I do them myself. Even with the ink costs, I save a bundle. And with the double ink cartridge, I don't have to change it all that often.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best printer purchase I ever made
I have used this printer for four years and it still works perfectly. I prints photos on photo paper beautifully. I love being able to print 11x17, and friends and family ask me to print for them. I use this printer heavily but have only bought new cartridges once in four years. I often print using the print quality of 'Fast'. The 'Fast' option looks like 'Normal' for most printing except photos. This printer was worth the expense. I also have an HP LaserJet 4L that is still working after more years than I can remember, and it's still fast compared to many newer printers on the market.

2-0 out of 5 stars Works great....but only with light weight paper!
This printer does not load paper properly if it is anything thicker than 6 mil. All of the nice Photo Papers that are a bit thicker and produce wonderful color, do not feed into the roller properly, and the top portions of the photos don't appear. The color is fantastic, but who cares if your missing part of the photo?
You need a JetPrint Server for the tool box to work...(an additional $200 item)and the drivers are very poor. Standard paper feeds properly, but after spending $400 for one that can "do it all", I can't afford another for my photos! ... Read more


187. HP IPAQ SD CARD 256MB ALL ( FA136A#AC3 )

Asin: B0000CFY8V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 42230
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Information technology professionals rely on HP quality to ensure maximum productivity. As the power of applications, processors, memory adapters and storage devices increases, high-end computer users are seeking ways to optimize their system performance. HP provides leading solutions, adding new levels of performance, availability, flexibility, and management. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars How many pictures will it store?
How many pictures will it store?It is the most commonly asked question from digital camera enthusiast but usually the question that is the most difficult to get a straight answer about.Well, considering I worked in the memory industry for over 7 years I can help clarify this perplexing question and do so unbiased as I have since changed industries.

The HP IPAQ SD CARD 256MB ALL, like most 256MB cards, will store on average 284 pictures when used with a 2 megapixel camera, 213 images when used with a 3 megapixel camera,128 pictures when used with a 4 megapixel camera, 102 images when used with a 5 megapixel camera, and 80 pictures when used with a 6 megapixel camera.These numbers are based off the assumption that you are going to shoot your images at the highest quality JPEG setting available for the camera and understand that they are estimates and may be off by as much as 10 percent due to numerous factors including the complexity of the scene being shot and the compression algorithm used by your specific camera.

I truly hope this review was helpful to you in determining whether this card is the right capacity for your specific needs. ... Read more


188. HP HP20S Scientific Calculator
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $36.81
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Asin: B00000JBLP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4382
Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A comprehensive scientific calculator, the Hewlett-Packard HP20Sfeatures easy-to-use algebraic entry and a built-in program library of over 100scientific and mathematic functions. The library has frequently used functionslike root finder, Simpson's rule of integration, complex number operations, 3x3matrix operations, quadratic formula, and curve-fitting programs--all at thetouch of a key. The HP20S also has essential trigonometry and math functionssuch as sine, cosine, tangent, exponential, and natural log and antilogfunctions.

With this calculator, you can also perform English/metricconversions and fast conversions for mass, distance, volume, and temperature.And with the algebraic entry system, you can enter algebraic notations just asyou would write them down on paper (a terrific time saver). For calculations youdo routinely, the HP20S can record your keystrokes for future use--a greatfeature when you are working on a long-term project or set of calculations thatyou'll need to access repeatedly.

This is an ideal tool for students orprofessionals in the sciences and mathematics, and with its small size, theHP20S conveniently slips into a backpack or briefcase for easy transport. --Dana Van Nest ... Read more

Features

  • Large, twelve-character display
  • 10 data registers and 99 program lines
  • Probability, trigonometric, and hyperbolic functions
  • Keystroke programming
  • Six built-in programs

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Calculator for that Quick Calculation
Let's face it! If you are going to do a complex calculation, you are going to break out your PC and use MATLAB (insert your own favorite mathware here) where you can A) do the calculation right and B) not have a take a coffee break while your graphical calculator thinks.

But so many times a day there is that quick calculation you need to run. What you need is a basic scientific calculator that can handle any of those run of the mill number crunches.

I got my first HP20S as a science fair award when I was in High School and I used it for this purpose all the way to finishing my Masters in Engineering. I left my calculator behind in the lab when I graduated because I stupidly had used it for months wearing epoxy sticky latex gloves (the calculator worked fine, but who wants to use a sticky calculator). I have small hands and I was able to hold this calculator in one hand and make all necessary computation using only a thumb. This is a feature I sorely miss! Also, the keys would go "klick-it" when you depressed them so that you had very nice tactile feedback.

One caveat, I can only speak to the calculator in the image above, and not to any changes that may have been made. Mine was originally purchased in the early 1990's! But boy I miss it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable, functional and comprehensive yet Stylish
I have simply fallen in love with this one. There are just very few things that one can say are wrong with this calculator. In fact, i am really having to stretch my memory to find some faults in it.

Someone dropped a cup a boiling tea over it just before one of my major exams. It worked then, and is still working just fine. I love the feel of the keys, since they arent as feeble and non existent as the ones in some of the other ones. It gives you a solid rugged look.

Once you get used to this one, it is going to be very hard for you to switch to anything else. Trust me on this!

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Calculator but beware of the newer version
This calculator is a cousin of the 10B finacial calculator (now discontinued). It's a good calculator with good button feel and a lot of preprogrammed functions including stats. However, the newer models have the keys and faceplate markings written in new colors that are hard to see. The picture on this page is of the old version of the calculator. The colors on the new ones make the calculator much harder to use in my opinion. They seem to get lost on the brown background.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best calculator of its type
This is, quite simply, the best algebraic-notation calculator short of the graphical types. How is it superior? Let me count the ways:

1. It has a 12-digit display, but it's not limited to 12 digits. If it needs more display room, it will scroll.

2. It uses commas for thousands separators.

3. It has the easiest-to-use percentage calculations I've ever used.

4. The display shows "PEND" when you've hit an operator key (+, -, etc.) and it's waiting for the operand. This is great when you're doing involved calculations interspersed with thinking or looking info up. With other calculators, you come back from your diversion and have to think about whether you hit the operator key yet or not. Worse, some calculators change their behavior if you hit an operator key more than once, so you can't hit the operator key again without consequences.

5. It's built really well, and the keys have a nice tactile feedback.

6. There are several other nice features, but I'm running out of space. Suffice it to say, whoever designed this calculator knew how to make it pleasant to use as well as functional. Most other calculators are either too simple to be useful or too complicated to be useful. The HP20S strikes the right balance for me. I have two now and would buy a 3rd in a heartbeat if I could find one, just to have a spare, just in case.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best non-RPN calculator
I purchased my HP 20S about six years ago and have had no problems. The best features are the keys, key layout and physical durability. The keys are a hard plastic and have an angled profile which makes the calculator easy to use when wearing protective gloves. The key layout is very useful for quick statistical entry and calculations. The durability of this calculator is amazing. It has been through more than I would like to admit, and still functions perfectly. I prefer algebraic entry over RPN and would recommend this calculator to anyone considering a top-notch non-RPN scientific calculator for heavy laboratory use. ... Read more


189. HP L1730 17&QS&QS FLAT PANEL ( P9625A#ABA )

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Asin: B0000DBMIL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 46059
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Product Description

The HP L1730 17" Carbon and silver dual mode flat panel display offers analog and digital connections for the hi-end 17" flat panel users. This model also allows for the screen to be rotated so the user can view their image in Portrait or Landscape mode. In addition, this model comes with built-in speakers for multimedia needs. ... Read more

Features

  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and 140-degree vertical viewing angles
  • Bright 300-nit display, rich 450:1 contrast ratio
  • Built-in 2-watt stereo speakers; analog RGB and digital DVI-D inputs
  • PC compatible; 3-year warranty

190. HP GB ADV PORT REPLICATOR 1.2 US ( DC366B#ABA )

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Asin: B0000U0GRM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 36018
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The Port Replicator incorporates NIC pass though so the network card of the notebook provides the networking capabilities. The system main battery can be charged when connected to the Port Replicator if the AC Adapter provided with the Port Replicator is plugged in. The Port Replicator has a security slot that incorporates two levels of security. One slot allows the Port Replicator to be secured to a stationary object. The second slot locks the Port Replicator and the notebook to a stationary object. This security feature works only in conjunction with an optional security cable lock accessory kit. ... Read more


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