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101. Hewlett-Packard Model C5010A No.
$107.95 list($228.76)
102. "Scanjet 5530 Photosmart Scanner
$7.99
103. HEWLETT-PACKARD Black Ink Cartridge
list($499.99)
104. Compaq iPAQ 3650 Color Pocket
$399.99
105. Compaq iPAQ 3835 Color Pocket
list($31.95)
106. HP 10B Financial Calculator
$180.99 list($217.00)
107. HP LaserJet 1020 Printer (Q5911A#ABA)
$15.89 list($59.99)
108. HP iPAQ 311315-B21 1900 Slim Battery
$9.87
109. HP Bright White Inkjet paper (C1824A)
Too low to display $1,349.87 list($1,750.00)
110. HP Pavilion zv5430us 15.4" Notebook
$179.99 list($149.00)
111. HP 82240B Enhanced Infrared Printer
$204.69 $90.00 list($276.00)
112. HP Toner for the LJ4600 (Yellow)
$7.43
113. HP(R) Color Inkjet Paper, 8 1/2
$633.99 $525.00 list()
114. HP LaserJet 1320tn Monochrome
$799.99 list($1,005.00)
115. HP Color LaserJet 3550 Printer
$324.99 list($64.99)
116. HP HP32SII Scientific Calculator
$299.99 $287.90 list($353.00)
117. HP Business Inkjet 1200DTN Color
$15.00
118. Hewlett-Packard Model C5011A No.
$109.99 $106.95 list($130.00)
119. HP PhotoSmart 7755 Inkjet Printer
$299.99
120. HP iPAQ 1910 Pocket PC

101. Hewlett-Packard Model C5010A No. 14 Color Inkjet Cartridge
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00008XPBZ
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1147
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102. "Scanjet 5530 Photosmart Scanner 4800dpi 48-bit color 7-sec prv scan USB 2.0"
list price: $228.76
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Asin: B0000C9ZJU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HEWLETT-PACKARD
Sales Rank: 10180
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The HP ScanJet 5530 Photosmart scanner scans up to 24 photos in less than 5 minutes - all with true-to-life results - at 2400 x 4800-dpi hardware resolution and 48-bit color. You can even scan your negatives and slides with the included adapter. Easily convert boxes of photos into scans for use within photo album pages, to share via email, or on CD with music and more. And restoring faded photos is a snap using the one-touch automatic photo-correction feature - for image quality that rivals the original. ... Read more

Features

  • 2,400 x 4,800 dpi resolution, 48-bit color
  • Maximum document size of 8.5 by 11.7 inches
  • 4-by-6-inch photo feeder
  • Scans photos to your favorite applications in just seconds
  • USB interface, cable included; 1-year warranty

Reviews (14)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this piece of junk!
Other reviewers who gave this scanner a one-star rating got it right.Read their reviews for a detailed description of problems.My experience pretty much dittos theirs.Let me start by saying that I am a really big fan of HP products, and had high hopes for this scanner.I didn't mind the size or weight of this unit at all.The problem is is that the primary reason to buy this scanner is for the automatic photo feeder, and it plain just doesn't work!Fuji paper photos don't feed at all.The photos that do scan are always cropped incorrectly:part of the image is cropped, always on the same sides, and part of the scanner is included as part of every scan.According to HP's support site, their is no remedy for this problem.

And the HP scanning software could have been written by 12 monkeys during their lunch break...it's horrendous!There is no excuse for a company with the expertise and experience that HP has to produce software with such a poor interface, and it doesn't even work right.I don't know how many times I spent an hour baby-feeding photos through the scanner, only to find out it didn't save a single, solitary image.Where the @%$!* are they???It somehow managed to rename some of my other images, though, that I had saved on my hard drive...what the **!?? I searched all over the web for reviews and comments on this torture device, and anybody whose actually used it for any length of time and tried to get help from HP got bupkis!This thing is defective and HP should step up to the plate and give buyer's their money back or something that works like it says it will on the box!

4-0 out of 5 stars Kludge, but what's the alternative?
Yes, this scanner has all the problems mentioned by the other reviewers, but the autophotofeeder (APF) makes it worthwhile.Yes, it fails to pick up pictures now and then and gives you funny messages that should say, "Hey! Restart your scan!".Sometimes, you have to help it take up photos for some glossy prints (Fuji is the worst) or cheap paper.But, it rarely messes up your photos (I think this was by design.Better to not scan than to design a feeder that periodically rips up photos.)

I have two major critisms:1) Some photos have dust on them or because they are glossy, when they get scanned, they have what appears to be dust.An autodust remove feature would have been good here.2) The scanner should increment the photo names, just like your digital camera does.I've been saving the photos by month and year and now want to combine by year alone and the photos all have the same name since they start over the numbering with each scan job.

Despite the pains and failures of the scanner and the software, it's still the best alternative out there for scanning the last twenty years of photos that you may have squirelled away in your attic.We are doign it so that we can have our pictures show up on screen savers around the house.I've had some of my technobob friends over and shown them the thing when it is in operation.Their jaws literally drop!Yes, you don't have to painfully scan photos one by one.No, they aren't perfect scans.If you want that, you can always go back and do it manually.But if you want to digitally archive your photos (which I think is impossible to do manually), this is the only way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars 5530 Works OK except for ........
I bought the 5530 primarily to be able scan a stack of photos and also 35mm framed slides. This scanner does both. I read the other reviews and was concerned about the device but bought it anyway. HP offers a 30 day money back return - no hassle policy. Regarding the "jam" problem, at last one of the other reviwers was correct in saying there is nothing in Help about this situation - you have to go to HP online to obtain the info. I told the help tech guy in India that they should mention this in the help screen - I got a song & dance - bottom line was they ain't gonna do it. But the jam is no big deal - the photo drops onto the glass before you get the jam error message. You must use photos of the same size - per the instructions - and do not use photos with "corrugated" edges. If you have any of those, trim off the edges before feeding them into the device. I found the resolution on the slide scans to be OK. The whole slide scanning operation is slow & even more so for me personally because the USB on the scanner is high speed and my PC is not. The editing software is not so hot as the other writers explained but you can use other software for that. All in all, I think it works as advertised.

1-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely tragic.
I bought this scanner with the Automatic Photo Feeder so I could digitize my grandparents' photo albums and create a present for my mother.I'm now seeking a refund directly from hp.This is why:

1) The APF is not usable.
2) The scanning interface is abysmal. (actually a script running in Internet Explorer!)
3) HP support has offered no response to problems.

The hardware would actually be cool for the price.The APF does a good enough job sucking in a stack of photos, jamming frequently but not too frequently.But hardware cannot work without software, and tragically this scanner has been saddled with possible the worst scanning software ever written - actually negating the usefulness of the APF and making even normal flat bed scans a nightmarish experience.My simple photo album project revealed critical flaws that must have been found in HP's quality assurance department, but inexplicably were not addressed.

DETAILS:

1) Problems Using the Automatic Photo Feeder (APF)

PROBLEM: False "jam" errors. Often the scanner reports that a photo has jammed, but the scanned photo is not jammed at all. It is sitting in the output tray exactly where it should be.

PROBLEM: Scan is not saved when an error occurs (such as a "jam" error) even though the scan was completed successfully (and can be swiped out of the temp folder before it gets deleted if you are quick enough). This is by far the most infuriating item and shows that HP skipped the quality assurance phase of development.

PROBLEM: "Descreen" is not available as a scanning option when using the Automatic Photo Feeder (APF) in batch scans.

PROBLEM: Saved scanning profiles are not applied to photos in the APF - unless there is only one photo in the feeder (or it's the last of a batch) - which forces one to insert one photo at a time, virtually negating the concept of batch scanning a stack of photos.

PROBLEM: Photos are consistently cropped incorrectly. The left edge of the image is cut off, while the right side of the image includes a portion of the scanning hood. It appears there is an offset problem. This problem occurs regardless of the size of the photo and is especially problematic with photos with rounded corners (most of the photos I'm scanning)

PROBLEM: Photos are not saved after each scan. Instead the software waits until all photos in the batch have been scanned before writing the images to the destination folder. This methodology has three major drawbacks. 1) I scanned 6 photos through the APF without realizing there was a photo already on the glass. 2) Any errors / software mishaps will result in lost scan(s). 3) Work cannot begin on scans until entire batch is finished

2) Problems Using the "hp scanning" interface

PROBLEM: Cropping rectangle dimensions do not "stick". Clicking "Descreen" or "New Scan" causes new coordinates to be auto-generated, even when "Automatically Crop Scanned Images" is disabled.Most scanning interfaces remember settings from scan to scan so a pleasant workflow can emerge.

PROBLEM: Number Fields do not always hold their values after typing them in manually. Sometimes this is not evident until several clicks later when the number fields spontaneously revert to previous values.

PROBLEM: After manually adjusting exposure and color settings - moving the cropping rectangle loses them and inserts auto-generated settings.

PROBLEM: Clicking "descreen" makes custom exposure / color settings revert to auto generated values.

PROBLEM: Dragging any of the sliders to min or max causes elements in the interface to become "selected" (like a web page) and can even "scroll" the entire panel behind its frame border so that some controls are inaccessible. Often adjacent sliders become selected and upon operating their knobs the mouse cursor turns into the "CAN'T DO THAT" symbol (circle with line through it). Once this symbol comes up, the slider knob will stop moving. Upon releasing the mouse button the user finds that the knob is stuck to the mouse cursor. Clicking on the interface a couple times will drop the knob and deselect the offending interface elements but by this time carefully placed settings have been lost.

PROBLEM: The "Color Adjustment" wheel features a an un-clickable surface, and an icon that cannot be dragged more than a few pixels before you get the Internet Explorer CAN'T DO THAT icon (circle with a line through it). Then when you let go of the mouse, the icon is stuck to the cursor and the carefully placed setting is lost. This makes trying to do color correction a waking nightmare.

PROBLEM: Menu bar: "Additional Items" and "Scan Preferences" lead to identical menus with identical title bars (the title bar says "Scan Preferences") However, the help file confusingly alludes to some significance in the difference between these panels.

PROBLEM: Auto Exposure consistently over-exposes skies, eliminating subtle details and creating huge areas of solid white.

PROBLEM: I have found no explanation for the "Best quality scan from Automatic Photo Feeder" preference. The only information I found on the hp support web site was that it "Optimizes scan settings for the automatic photo feeder" What does this option do and what would be a reason for disabling it?

3) HP Support responsiveness

After 22 days of promises from HP support (in India), they still have yet to address any of these issues.I send them this list over and over, and they tell me they have forwarded my comments but never address them.Even the simple questions about the functionality of the product (last item in my list) go unanswered.I've seen some of these issues about their software reported over a year ago and they have never addressed them.There have been no updates to the software since September of 2003.

From what I understand, this software is used in much of their imaging product line so beware.There's more but I have a 1000 word limit!

1-0 out of 5 stars This one is going back
Many recent HP products have great designs but poor execution, and this is unfortunately one of them.

Like many other reviewers, I was looking for a scanner with an automatic 6x4" photo feeder, since I was very sick of placing pictures on a flatbed one by one only to be confronted with slanted scans.This HP is the only one on the market with this well-thought-out feature.And like some of the reviewers, I saw its high rating in both PC World and PC Mag.

But the two hundred bux was totally a waste.The scanner is bulky and huge!It's also heavier than most scanners you'll encounter.But the biggest problem is the photo feeder, which is very poorly constructed and jams all too easily.(Sidenote: I personally do not like HP laser printers because they jam easily, too.I guess HP's mechanical engineers need a re-education in designing these mechanisms.)I have hundreds of old 3x5 and 4x6 photos which I was hoping to digitize, but after getting very frustrated with having the first batch of a dozen photos (Kodak, Fuji and Agfa papers) jammed again and again and again, I pretty much gave up.

This is an expensive scanner and it fails miserably at the one thing I paid premium for, the photo feeder, so it's going back to the store.My advice: wait for the next version, or wait for a similar offering from Epson or another competitor (hopefully soon). ... Read more


103. HEWLETT-PACKARD Black Ink Cartridge
by Hewlett-Packard

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009MK8U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Sales Rank: 5259
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for use with a range of HP inkjet printers (see tech specs for compatibility), the HP 29 black replacement ink cartridge utilizes a water-resistant, pigment based formula for quality results. It is ideally suited to work with HP's specialty papers, transparencies, and plain papers to produce bright, crisp, fade-resistant prints.

The HP 29 is self-contained, so you don't have to worry about ink spills during installation. Simply open the cover of your unit, replace the ink cartridge, and you are ready to go. The cartridges supports resolutions up to 600 dpi and has a 40 ml volume, which yields approximately 720 pages. Each package contains one black ink cartridge. ... Read more

Features

  • Black ink cartridge for all Hewlett Packard 600 Series DeskJet/DeskWriter, except for DesignJet 650C (see HP 51640A for black cartridge)
  • Averages 650 pages per cartridge
  • 720-page yield, 40 ml ink volume
  • Water-resistant, pigment based ink
  • Ideal for HP specialty papers, transparencies, and plain papers

104. Compaq iPAQ 3650 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004T0RC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 12509
Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Compaq's iPAQ pocket PC combines a real Intel processor, new hardware, and a sleek industrial design that fits in your hand to create a powerful and stylish PDA you can take anywhere. It offers 32 MB of RAM and 16 MB of ROM--enough memory to hold a robust package of applications while leaving you a lot of room for your own applications. The color TFT screen produces 4,086 colors, and you can view the screen from many angles and in a variety of lighting situations. The Compaq iPAQ wraps the power of a Microsoft Windows operating system in a new interface designed for ease of use in a portable format. Even if you've never used a computer or digital organizer, learning to use the Compaq iPAQ is easy.

Other highlights of the Compaq iPAQ include a microphone and a speaker as well as an audio-in jack. It features an infrared port for wireless data transfer. The Compaq iPAQ uses five buttons plus a five-way joystick. The iPAQ connects to either USB or serial ports. The iPAQ allows you to input data in your own handwriting, by soft keyboard, by voice recorder, or through inking. Both audible and visual alarms alert you when you have a scheduled event.

What sets this Pocket PC apart from similar devices on the market is its sleevelike expansion-pack system. The expansion-pack system allows you add functionality to suit your particular needs. Expansion-pack options currently include a CompactFlash pack, the ability to attach a CompactFlash card slot to your iPAQ, an executive leather and PC Card expansion pack, and a water-resistant sports pack. In the future, Compaq plans to release a global positioning system pack, so you can make your iPAQ pocket PC into a GPS unit.

The Compaq iPAQ is sporty and small. At 5.11 by 3.28 by 0.62 inches and 6 ounces, it fits in your hand or slides into your pocket with ease. Don't let the size fool you into thinking you don't get many applications with your iPAQ. You receive a great deal of Microsoft software, such as Pocket versions of Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, and Outlook as well as the full desktop version of Outlook 2000. Compaq has also built in utilities so that frequent actions--such as switching between tasks, adjusting volume, or changing backlighting--are only a click away.

Compaq offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor for the iPAQ.

What's in the box

  • iPaQ 3650
  • Two Styli
  • Vinyl slipcase
  • AC adapter
  • Docking cradle
  • Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery
  • iPaQ Expansion Pack system
  • User Manual
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Features

  • 240 x 320 TFT LCD screen displays more than 4,000 colors
  • 32 MB RAM and 16 MB ROM
  • Includes Pocket Excel, Word, Internet Explorer, and Outlook, plus desktop version of Outlook 2000
  • Plays Audible.com spoken-word content; optional expansion packs can add a variety of functions
  • What's in the box: iPaQ 3650, Two Styli, Vinyl slipcase, AC adapter, Docking cradle, Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery, iPaQ Expansion Pack system, User Manual

Reviews (108)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sleek Tech with an eye on expandablity
Mr. Bits here to give you the straight dope. What we have here: Great screen, that is actually visible in sunlight. Expandability for CF cards AND PCMCIA(PC Cards). This will prove handy if you want add-ons later, like wired/wireless modems. The speaker is built into the navigation button for suprising directional sound. You can also play mpeg video and mp3 file formats. I hooked this bad mama jama up to a pair of Microsoft amplified PC speakers and you'd swear the sound was being generated by a High Quality Sony CD-Player. You've got the ablility here to connect to your MS Outlook. At about 206Mhz of processing power, this thing is processing at 100 times faster than Jethro Clampett. What you don't have: The ease of use when synchronizing with your PC that you will with the Palm Products.(think long and hard about this if you are a computer newbie). Also no love for Mac-Heads like my buddy Andy, the cat keeper. The connection on the cradle will worry you more than a Porsche hood ornament tacked on with duct tape. With the addition of programs like Pocket Pics and Hairy Palm you can view quality Jpeg/gif images with ease. That's right. In conclusion, forget all I've said(despite my truth). You're not here for facts. You just wanna look cool. A pocket full of food stamps and a cell phone is all to common for you. Pagers are played out like boy bands in the year 2001 and something has to fill those stubby fingers when the Starbucks

runs dry. You couldn't get a girl's number if you had caller ID, but hey this sleek little chunk of sexy technology may give you the self confidence needed to fill out a personals ad on the web.

4-0 out of 5 stars iPAQ or Jornada or Cassiopeia?
You have heard by now that a new class of handhelds - the PocketPCs - have hit the market and selling like hotcakes. You have probably even decided that you would rather go with a PocketPC than a Palm because you use Windows at work and home and feel happy with MSWord, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and the whole kit-n-kaboodle. What you cannot decide is which one of these to buy - they all rate so high! Well, for good reason. Faster processors and simpler WindowsCE system are making these eminently powerful and useful.

Price: Cassiopeia E-115 and Jornada 548 are both ~ $600 (if you go for the 16 M RAM, the price drops, but I don't recommend it). iPAQs are cheaper at ~ $500.

Processors: Cassiopeia (MIPS) and Jornada (SH3) processors are about the same speed (131 MHz) but Cassiopeia is a 64 bit processor. iPAQ has a StrongArm processor running at 206 MHz and noticeably faster.

Expandability: Cassiopeia comes with a Type II Compact Flash slot. This means you can put any compact flash cards out there, including the snazzy 1 inch IBM-microdrives that store upto 340 MB of data. Jornada comes with a Type I slot which means it cannot accomodate type II cards or the IBM-drive. iPAQ needs to add an expansion "jacket" to allow any cards. It is an innovative design that allows the main unit to be smaller - but you have to carry more components if you want to lug around more data or music.

Display: Only Cassiopeia has a true 16 bit display (65000 colors). iPAQ and Jornada are both 12 bit (1000 colors). Can you make out the difference - mostly not, unless you are looking at photographs.

Size: Cassiopeia is bulky and comes in at 9 oz. It does not have a hard top - so it needs to be carried in a soft case that comes along. Jornada unit is about as bulky as Cassiopeia, but it comes with a hard top so the total package (unit and case) is definitely less bulky. iPAQ wins hands down with a Palm like form factor.

Bottom Line: If you need dislay, multimedia capabilities and expandability - buy a Cassiopeia. Looking for a sleeker option with decent built-in expansion options - buy a Jornada. You need speed and sleek - look not farther than an iPAQ (remeber you need a separate jacket at times).

4-0 out of 5 stars An actual Review
The Ipaq is a great pocket pc overall. The Good and the bad

Bad- With small amount of memory you can sometimes have a problem of certain programs not functioning properly. Since the pocket pc manages its memory automatically you cant always use your on board memory to its full advantage.

The foul part on Compaq is that you must buy accessories for example the carring case you get with it is a sleeve which is tight as hell to pull your pocket pc which means you need to buy accessories and since there is no slot to stick a memory card in you have to buy a new sleeve that allows you to put a memory card in then you got to get the card seperately which all together can run you over another 100 or more which as we know will be more. Which is funny cause you can get a real pc for the price of this.

I guess buy now your wondering what the good is:

Well if your the type like me that has a lot of appointments on a daily basis and keeps forgetting those important meetings than this is definately for you. Its great because you have many programs that interact with your pc like word and excel plus once linked to your pc you can connect through the net download and whatever which is cool. The programs that you can load are amazing like you can turn your pocket pc from a calculator to a voice command gaming system to even a remote control for any tv stero or vcr or dvd player doesnt matter.

I have found it very useful in my newly busy life and a great benefit for reminders. Battery last pretty long even with the color screen I mean if you plan on using it the whole day and plan on doing serious programs on it better bring your charger.

Later

3-0 out of 5 stars Love the concept and loved the product
But after several months of owning it, I am noticing some things I don't like.

Pro's:

Pocket PC operating system is wonderful. It is just like Windows and has everything Windows has to offer in a little tiny version. I am a programmer, and love the ability to connect to databases with this product

MP3. What else do I need to say about that?? Wonderful!

Document Library: A specially designated place tos tore eBooks was a wonderful idea!

Screen: Crisp and clean. Perfect clarity, much better than the Sony's.

Con's:

Battery Life: Very short. I need to recharge fully every night and do a restore as the battery dies throughout the day.

Size: Very bulky. In today's marketplace I find it hard to believe this model cannot be more compact. Warning: This BARELY fits in the Coach mini-office.

Lack of accessories: Try to find a hardcase for this model. Yikes! Without it, your iPaq will turn on on its own, draining the battery even more.

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid device
Very nice machine - I use it everyday. The software out for it is growing. I have owned this machine since Jan '02, and have had no major problems with it. I think it is better than any palm device I have ever used.

Cons:
Software - MS still has some glitches... but only once in a while (~1/month) after a sync the machine will 'freeze' and needs to be soft reset (w/no loss of data).
Also be aware of another problem other ppl have encountered with pluging in the ear phone jack to listen to music, then removing them and having no sound on the external speakers. This may have been fixed on the more recent devices.

... ... Read more


105. Compaq iPAQ 3835 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005QEYI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7240
Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

For many, Compaq's iPAQs were the pick of the first round of Pocket PC releases. Now that Microsoft has released a new version of its Pocket PC operating system (Pocket PC 2002), the company's previous hardware partners have all updated their products and some new players have joined in. The net result is greater competition--so how does Compaq fare?

The new range of iPAQ is available in two versions. The iPAQ 3765 is much like the popular 3635 model, but has the new OS on board. The iPAQ 3835, our review unit, is similar in body, but adds a few extra features.

The 3835 is driven by Intel's fast StrongARM processor, which runs at 206 MHz, and is outfitted with a healthy 64 MB RAM. The Pocket PC 2002 OS itself is stored on the 32 MB flash ROM, so you should be able to easily install OS updates as they come along. The screen quality is superb and can show over 65,000 colors--a greater color depth than the 3765.

Most hardware expansion is provided via an optional CompactFlash expansion jacket, with CF cards and modules from previous iPAQs largely compatible with the iPAQ 3835. Note, however, that this does not carry through to hardware add-ons that use the docking port (such as keyboards), as the connector on the 3835 is different than on the 3635 or 3765.

Additionally, there is now a built-in expansion slot onboard that enables you to add both software and hardware to the iPAQ without the need for the CF expansion jacket. This slot is compatible with both Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMediaCard (MMC) memory cards.

The iPAQ's design and build quality are superb; this is still the best-looking Pocket PC around. The docking station is both USB and serial--this "one size fits all" approach is intelligent and user friendly. Data input has also been improved, including the ability to register more than one button press at a time, making speedy gaming possible as some light relief from all the serious work you can set the device to.

Overall, Compaq's new iPAQ 3835 beats the rest for looks and performance. The built-in SD/MMC expansion card slot is a plus, and the iPAQ becomes an even more powerful productivity machine with the addition of the optional CompactFlash jacket. --Sandra Vogel

Pros:

  • Expansion card slot for SD and MMC cards
  • Fast processor and good amount of onboard memory
  • Bright screen with great color depth
  • Latest Microsoft operating system--Pocket PC 2002
Cons:
  • Use of CompactFlash cards requires optional expansion jacket
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Features

  • Pocket PC 2002 operating system features improved handwriting recognition and new versions of Pocket Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • 64 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM ; 206 MHz Intel StrongARM 32-bit RISC processor
  • 240 x 320-inch TFT LCD screen displays more than 4,000 colors
  • Pre-installed software includes Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player (MP3), Inbox (e-mail), Microsoft Reader (e-books), and more
  • What's in the box: iPAQ Pocket PC H3835 series, Extra stylus, Protective cover pack, Universal cradle for both USB and serial connections with tether, AC adapter, DC adapter plug

Reviews (76)

5-0 out of 5 stars Oh Baby Oh Baby
Look, I did hours and hours of research. I could write a publishable paper on the various features of PDAs so let me assure you if you're considering this product it is a pretty safe bet compared to it's peers. That also includes hours of reading consumer reviews. If you are looking for a product with Microsoft Office software, then this is the one you MUST buy. Dell has serious customer service issues and the Toshibas just didn't rank as high on quality and reliability. Spend the extra $$ and get the Ipaq. You will pat yourself on the back later.

What's great about this little gizmo is that you can download all of your Microsoft files in a heartbeat. It is a high quality computer. You can spend a little more and get higher meg and such but now you're just buying a whole new system aren't you? If you want a high quality PDA then this is the one you should buy. It has every feature imaginable (or obtainable) boasts of a high battery life and the graffiti feature is brilliant. If you've read something about a vulnerable screen, don't worry. Ipaq now boasts of a hinged case to protect the screen. This looks awesome and is awesome. So far, I have been really pleased.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but some frustrating moments in store for Palm users
I just bought three iPaq's for my company to replace a fleet of aging laptops (people only used them for Word anyway) and I am actually fairly impressed with the 3835. It is much more affordable than the 3900 series without giving up too many features.

The display is bright and easy to read and Pocket PC's have resisted the Palm urge to shrink the size of the screen. Battery life is above average from some of the other color units I've seen and unlike the Visor Prism, you get an AC adapter right off the bat. Like most of the current PDA's, the 3835 has a SD slot built in for extra storage. This comes in handy almost immediately, as the install CD contains a few megs of ebooks but you will need to buy a bulky sleeve to get a CF slot for expansion purposes. The expanision sleeves makes finding a good carrying case difficult. FYI, the Toshiba e740 comes with a SD and a CF slot built in for almost the same price, so you may want to look in that direction too.

Buying a portable keyboard for the 3800 series is a real pain. Apparently, Compaq changed the bottom connector from the 3700 series and the Targus stowaway keyboard (best one for any PDA) only works with the addition of an small adapter piece that is just begging to be lost. Compaq's own brand of keyboard and the iConcepts one are not nearly as comfortable to use, but do not require the adapter piece.

If you upgrading from a Palm, beware. There is no real easy way to get all of your data out of the Palm Desktop and into Outlook. Contacts move over okay if you are careful with Outlook's import function, but the calendar doesn't move easily at all. Also, if you have never used the Pocket PC OS before, be prepared for some things to be a little less accessible than they used to be.

5-0 out of 5 stars I've Had This For Over A Year And I Still Love It!!!
I looked online for hours to find an affordable PDA that would allow me to do everything I wanted. I'm a full time college student and I find I can take notes, set up appointments and have my schedule on demand. I have my tasks organized and get more accomplished. I can also pull up phone numbers and email addresses of friends, teachers, and even restaurants when my friends and I order out. Plus I can play games while waiting for my next class to start. It also synchronizes perfectly with my desktop computer's version of Microsoft Outlook. I can download maps to my PDA for trips with step-by-step driving directions. The PDA is light and I can carry it in my purse all the time without it weighing me down. The unit has held up great for the year and few months I've had it. I know that newer systems have come out since I bought this back in November of 2002, but if you find a new or used version of this PDA I wouldn't hesitate to buy it. I also bought, and would recommend, a zippered holder that is waterproof (I spill things on my nightstand a lot.) It also helps protect the unit if you drop it. The only other thing you might want is to buy the memory expansion card. It's only about $35 and it triples your memory. You'll find that you can fill up your memory a lot faster than you think. (I buy too many e-books from Amazon!) I really think this is a good PDA for a student or anyone else and I take mine with me everywhere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Business PDA Tool I have used
I have owned Several Palm Based PDs and one Palm Smart Phone. This is by far the best of the bunch. I never thought I could use a PDA as a palm comuter, but this product does it hands down. I am an oustside sales person and really need to have access to my Act Database and need to be able to access several XL files. Not only does this product provide me the access and editing tools it also allows me to print via IR to a protable printer in my car. Now my lap top stays in the trunk and my PDA travels with me. BIG Thumbs up.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'm going back to a Palm!!
When I originally bought this PDA it had such great reviews and I though it would be a good replacement/upgrade for my old Palm (that never gave me any trouble by the way). I have had it for over 6 months now and I have been so unhappy with its performance. The battery life is horrible!! I travel a lot and need something that I don't need to charge twice a day. I don't play games or read books on it, so I don't use up the battery life that way. The worst thing is that unlike Palms you lose everything if your battery runs out!!!! Who ever heard of that. If you keep backing up to your computer you can restore it, but you really have to be on the ball with that, because if you don't too bad it's gone! I will admit it is a nice looking machine that has some nice features, but I just bought a new Palm because I need something I can rely on. ... Read more


106. HP 10B Financial Calculator
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $31.95
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Asin: B00000JBLB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7951
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If you need to keep up with your fast-paced business courses whileworking and planning for your future career, invest in the HP10B businesscalculator. Featuring over 100 built-in functions for business, finance,mathematics, and statistics, the HP10B is an ideal calculator for businessstudents who want to get ahead. Easily calculate loan payments, interest rates,amortization, discounted cash flow analyses, TVM (loans, savings, and leasing)and more. Statistical analysis is cumulative and you can figure standarddeviation, mean, and weighted mean in addition to forecasting and thecorrelation coefficient. Cash flow analysis is register-based and has 15functions.

The HP10B business calculator has an algebraic entry system and alogical and intuitive keyboard layout with easy-to-read labels. The LCD displayscreen features up to 12 characters on one line of text. Small and sturdy, thiscalculator is easy to slip into your backpack or briefcase and bring to class oryour workplace. Hewlett-Packard offers a one-year warranty on the HP10B. --Dana Van Nest ... Read more

Features

  • Over 100 built-in functions
  • Algebraic data entry
  • Intuitive keyboard layout with easy-to-read labels
  • Adjustable contrast display
  • One-year warranty

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST Financial Calculator for the Money
I have used (and own) many of the available financial calculators on the market. I "recommend" the HP-10B to my university finance students, both graduate and undergraduate.

The HP 10B is a directly positioned competitor to the TI-BA-II+, but HP's entry is superior. The keys feel more solid, the machine itself "seems" better made. Having worn out more than one of each, my experience has been that the HP has more staying power. And, the TI-BA-II+ often requires more keystrokes to accomplish the same tasks (i.e., NPV calculations). ...

The HP 10B has a well written manual, including examples on using the function. HP has the manual available on-line on their website for the inevitable time that the user needs it and has lost the original.

While there are cheaper financial calculators, it seems that this particular level is the minimum I would recommend to professionals or students. Less expensive versions, while saving a few dollars, miss important features. As a general rule of thumb, if the calculator can perform the "IRR" function, as this can, it will be able to handle pretty much any calculation into which the finance student, professonal, or banker will run. Lesser machines do not have this function.

Ironically, even larger fancier calculators, such as the venerable HP-12C, are in my estimation inferior as well. The 12C uses RPN logic which, while saving even more keystrokes, is simply foreign to most students. More importantly, some functions, such as the Time Value of Money functions, on the 12C require interpretation. On the 12C, for example, solving for the number of periods in an annuity, the value gets rounded UP to the next integer.

Strongly recommended as the best value in inexpensive financial calculators.

5-0 out of 5 stars This calculator feels good to use.
I had bought a cheap TI calculator in a grocery store, and was very unhappy with the tactile feedback of button pushing. I always had to check the display to see if the numbers that were being input were actually registering correctly. This HP-10B not only has a good display, but it is also comfortable to hold, and it feels good when you use it. That's all I was looking for. I don't actually use any of the financial functions.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Capable for Business or Personal Use
I bought this calculator as required equipment for my CFP program. It is far more capable than the old TI BA-II I had used for years. I spent about an hour going through the well written manual and doing practice problems to familiarize myself with the calculator's logic. You can do all kinds of cash flow analyses with it that are not possible on the TI. I use the Time Value of Money calculations frequently, and you can even change the payments and rate of return in specific periods. The only thing it won't do is print out the information!

I would recommend it for any financial professional or a serious do-it-yourself financial planner.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value
I have owned all of Hewlett Packard's financial calculators. The HP-10B has several features that make it the calculator I like to use. It has a 1 line BOLD display, which makes it very easy to read. This feature is extremely important to me, as my eyes aren't as good as they once were. It has all of the standard financial functions, such as uneven cash flow analysis and TVM (time value of money). The only thing I miss on the 10B is RPN. It would be nice if that were an option, along with a built in cover, like the HP-19B. I solved the cover problem with an Astech plastic case, which, unfortunately, is no longer available. If your vision is less than perfect and you don't want to spend alot of money for a financial calculator, you will be very pleased with the 10B. Even if you have perfect vision, you won't go wrong with this calculator.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value in a Mid Range Capability Business Calculator
This is a well designed calculator for quick TVM,cashflow and basic business as well as light statistical calculations. This specific model was required for an MBA Finance class I took recently, or I probably would not have purchased, as I already had a TI Business Scientific (now renamed to Business II or something like that.) A few classical basic scientific functions are included as well except for trig. The numerical range of the calculator (E+/-499 power) is impressive and consistant with the HP 20S mid-range scientific. The keyboard is well laid out, and the calculator helps maintain the high quality HP image. At recent prices like Amazon's it is a bargan, and occasionally has a $5 rebate which makes almost a gift. If you need something more powerful, look at the HP-17BII (quite a bit pricier if you don't need the power) or even higher end business models HP makes in the clamshell. ... Read more


107. HP LaserJet 1020 Printer (Q5911A#ABA)
list price: $217.00
our price: $180.99
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Asin: B0009EM13G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16292
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Product Description

This item is brand new and comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories.
It also comes with a USA warranty.

Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theHP Q5911A#ABA - HP Laserjet 1020 and all other HP Laser Printers

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Features

  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 15 ppm print speed
  • Crisp 1200 dpi resolution output
  • USB connectivity; 2 MB memory
  • 150-sheet input tray; manual duplexing

108. HP iPAQ 311315-B21 1900 Slim Battery
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000087LFX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7227
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109. HP Bright White Inkjet paper (C1824A) (8.5" x 11" 500-Count)
by Hewlett-Packard

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Asin: B00006I5C0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Sales Rank: 4314
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Features

  • Extra heavy 24 lb paper for no see-through 2-sided color printing
  • Treated on both sides to prevent bleeding & improved contrast
  • Ideal for color & black printing
  • Super brightness rated 106

110. HP Pavilion zv5430us 15.4" Notebook PC (AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3200+ (PowerNow), 512 MB RAM, 80 GB Hard Drive, DVD+/-RW/CD-RW Drive)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,750.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0006ZM7G4
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 132
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Amazon.com Product Description

The mid-line HP Pavillion zv5430us is a great desktop replacement, adding mobility to its powerful multimedia and home office computing features. The large 15.4-inch screen is perfect for watching DVD movies, and the Nvidia GeForce 4 440 Go video/graphics card keeps 3D gaming smooth. You can also burn your own CDs and DVDs with the multifomat DVD+/-RW and CD-RW combo drive. The zv5430us features a strong, 64-bit AMD Athlon 3200+ processor, 60 GB hard drive, 512 MB of installed RAM, 54g wireless connectivity, and a multiformat memory card reader for easy access to pictures captured on your digital camera.

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: The 80 GB hard drive (4200 RPM) is one of the larger sizes you'll find in a notebook, and it's befitting of such an entertainment-centric PC. It offers more than enough capacity for storing documents and productivity software for road warriors. You'll also be able to store a good-sized digital audio library.
  • Processor: AMD's Athlon 64 3200+ processor is built for tomorrow's 64-bit applications, which will require a processor with significant power. This 2.0 GHz 3400+ processor offers a system bus with speeds up to a blazing 1600 MHz and 1 MB L2 cache. (An L2, or secondary, cache temporarily stores data; and a larger L2 cache can help speed up your system's performance.) It includes such AMD features as HyperTransport Technology (which increases the communication between integrated circuits) and Cool'n'Quiet Technology that conserves power while also keeping the PC nicely quiet.
  • Memory: The 512 MB of built-in memory (2 x 256 MB, DDR SDRAM) is a good start for power users, and it offers a faster than average RAM speed (333 MHz). It has two memory slots in total, with a maximum memory expansion up to 1280 MB (1 x 1024 MB, 1 x 256 MB), which is a smaller maximum than other entertainment-centric laptops.
  • CD/DVD Drive: The combo DVD+/-RW and CD-RW drive is compatible with a wide variety disc formats, including DVD+, DVD-, VCD, and SVCD discs. For DVD-RW discs, it has a 1x write/rewrite speed, while for DVD+RW discs it has a 2x write/rewrite speed (DVDs are read at 5x). For CDs, it has a 16x write/10x rewrite/40x read speed.
  • Keyboard & Mouse: This notebook has a standard 101-key keyboard and two-button touchpad with on/off button and dedictated vertical scroll up/down pad.
Screen, Graphcs and Sound
Nividia's GeForce 4 440 Go video/graphics card delivers high-resolution antialiasing and amazing detail, and it features 64 MB of dedicated DDR video RAM. The 15.4-inch WXGA high-definition BrightView widescreen display has a 1280 x 800-pixel resolution. You'll get TV-quality images, even in direct sunlight. The integrated audio card offers 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro-compatible audio through the internal Harman/Kardon speakers.

Connectivity and Expansion Slots
The zv5430us has an integrated 54g wireless LAN that's compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g networks. You get a good offering of connectivity options, including both USB 2.0 and Firewire:

  • 3 USB 2.0 ports for connecting a wide range of peripherals--from digital cameras to MP3 players
  • 1 FireWire (also known as IEEE 1394 or i.Link) port for connecting digital video camcorders and other peripherals
  • 1 VGA monitor port
  • 1 S-Video out
  • 1 PCMCIA (or PC Card) slot (Type I/II, 32-bit)
  • 1 parallel port
  • 1 headphone jack
  • 1 microphone jack
  • Multiformat memory card reader, compatible with Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia (MMC), Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, SmartMedia, and XD cards
It also has an integrated 56K modem (V.90) and an RJ-45 LAN network port (for a 10/100 Gigabit Ethernet connection to networks and DSL/cable modems).

Preloaded System and Software
This system comes with the Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 operating system with Advanced Security Technologies, which helps to reduce unwanted downloads and pop-ups while surfing the Web. It also comes preloaded with Microsoft Works (for working with word processing and spreadsheet documents), Symantec Norton Antivirus 2005 (with 60 days of LiveUpdate), Adobe Acrobat Reader, Sonic RecordNow, InterVideo WinDVD, InterVideo Home Theater, Apple iTunes and Apple iTunes Music Store, Adobe PhotoShop Album STE, Muvee autoProducer, Microsoft Money, MSN Encarta Plus, and Microsoft Office Student and Teacher Edition (60 Day Trial Version).

The included HP Image Zone Plus photo and imaging software makes it easy to organize, edit, share, print, protect, and store your photos and video clips. Organize and find your photos easily by timeline, keywords, and/or location using the unique photo-globe mapping tool. Remove red eye and fix other common problems. Share your photos quickly via e-mails that include thumbnails with links to the full-sized images--without downloading time-consuming attachments.

Dimensions and Weight
Best used as a replacement for your desktop PC, the zv5410us weighs 7.9 pounds. It measures 11.18 x 14.25 x 1.8 inches (LxWxH).

Power
This notebook is powered by a 8-cell rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which offers an average of 2 hours of battery life (dependent upon computing conditions).

What's in the Box
This package contains the zv5430us notebook PC, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, and operating instructions. It is backed by a one-year limiited hardware warranty and 30-day free software support. ... Read more


111. HP 82240B Enhanced Infrared Printer for HP Calculators
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00004TV8S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 31555
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The battery-powered infrared printer is a revolutionary companion for your new calculator. Because it operates with an invisible infrared beam, no cord is necessary to connect it to the calculator. Producing hard copies in the field or in your office could not be easier. And this improved version offers easier-to-read output and automatic shutoff for extended battery life.Operation of the infrared printer is easy, too. Simply aim your calculator at the printer (from up to 18 inches away), send print instructions and you get a neat, clean copy of your calculations. You can print a complete record of your work, or select and print only what you need. Just four AA alkaline batteries give the infrared printer go-anywhere portability. Or to extend battery life, plug in the optional ac/dc adapter.This printer comes with four AA alkaline batteries, one roll of printer paper and UserÂs Guide. ... Read more

Features

  • Uses rolled printer paper
  • Print copies of your calculations
  • Hewlett-Packard quality product
  • Printing companion for your HP calculator
  • Infrared operation, no cord necessary

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Indispensable, but frustrating.
Prior to ordering this I was (overly) concerned with the print rate, which sounded painfully slow.In practice the print *speed* has not cramped my style one bit, but the print *accuracy* has.I do most of my printing out-of-doors and ambient light, space, etc. are critical to getting a good IR transmission and a clean 'record'.I highly suggest making a jig to hold the printer and other device in appropriate positions to each other.I made a jig for my purposes and that's what makes this printer an indispensable tool.

3-0 out of 5 stars Work, but its very slow.-
The HP infrared printer is excelent for printing graphics and amortize tables, the only problem is that is very slow. It has a good range of infrared frequency and its a great companion of the 17BII HP Financial Calculator. Look terrific in your desk.- ... Read more


112. HP Toner for the LJ4600 (Yellow)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $276.00
our price: $204.69
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Asin: B0000696PY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4958
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113. HP(R) Color Inkjet Paper, 8 1/2 x 11, 24 Lb., 100+ Brightness, Ream Of 500 Sheets
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B000099SKN
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 181
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114. HP LaserJet 1320tn Monochrome Network Printer with Extra Input Tray
by Hewlett Packard Office

our price: $633.99
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Asin: B0002UM0MY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 14093
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Features

  • 1,200 dpi laser quality; automatic two-sided printing
  • Up to 22 ppm print speed, first page out in less than 8.5 seconds
  • 133 MHz Motorola V4 Coldfire processor, 16 MB RAM, expandable to 144 MB
  • Additional 250-sheet input tray, total 500-sheet capacity
  • Parallel port, USB 2.0, and Ethernet interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

115. HP Color LaserJet 3550 Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,005.00
our price: $799.99
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Asin: B0003MTITO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 4873
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Features

  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution, HP ImageREt 2,400 dpi effective resolution
  • Up to 16 ppm print speed, first page in 22 seconds
  • 64 MB built-in RAM; 350-sheet input capacity, expandable to 850 sheets
  • Automatic media type sensing and print mode adjustment
  • USB 2.0 interface, optional wireless networking; PC and Mac compatible

116. HP HP32SII Scientific Calculator
list price: $64.99
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Asin: B00000JBMH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 12214
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Calling all engineers--Hewlett-Packard's HP32SII Scientific Calculator is the calculator for you.With 384 bytes of memory, 26 variable keys, more than 100 built-in scientific and mathematical functions, and RPN data entry, you'll find everything you need for efficient and fast calculating in this compact unit.

We like Hewlett-Packard's HP Solve feature, which lets you solve for any variable without having to rewrite your equation. And, like most scientific calculators, the HP32SII can perform decimal/hour/minute/second conversions, polar/rectangular/angle conversions, unit conversions, base conversions, and arithmetic.

The LCD can display one line with 12 characters and is bright enough for most environments. The calculator runs on three LR44 batteries, which come with the unit. ... Read more

Features

  • Data entry using reverse Polish notation
  • More than 100 built-in math and science functions
  • Powerful built-in program library
  • Essential trig and math functions
  • Base conversions and arithmetic

Reviews (30)

4-0 out of 5 stars An old calculator.
Well, I got a HP-33S wich is HP-32SII sucessor for just U$49,99. It is much more powerfull than 32SII with 31kB of memory! Of course 33S does not have the same quality of old ones and does not have the same good finishing but is better. Things I don't like in 33S include the very limited complex algebra which comes from 32SII! There are no matrix algebra as well! I know some people love this calculator, like 15C, but there are better new ones. One I don't say the same is the also old 42S. There are people buing it for $299. My brother has one and I would like to have one too.

1-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for antiques collection
I recently sold my HP 32SII at decent price on Ebay. The people who are recommending the calculator are mostly living in a different world and not computer literate. Or that they are sentimental of their calculator like many weird people who are obsessed with different things. If you are interested in a piece of antique, go ahead. If you are real professional, short on time, and tech savvy then HP 32SII will disappoint you. HP has come up with 33S and there is no reason to buy this one for three times the price of new 33S.

5-0 out of 5 stars My second one...
I left my first one, bought new, in a plane! Then got a used one several yrs ago for $60; I am tempted to sell it for $300 but HP makes nothing like it anymore. A sad day indeed for HP. My back ups are 48G's that I purchased used, and will be getting a 33s but this one is the best HP I have ever owned. RPN rules!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Geeks Unite
The HP 32SII is the best scientific and engineering calculator EVER made.It's that simple!Simplicity in design, elegance in form, excellence in function, and as durable and reliable under fire as a Russian rifle at Stalingrad. It was an ever present reminder, right in the palm of our hands, what engineers should strive for...and now its gone.

Would Levis discontinue, 501's?Volkswagon learned the hard way when they abandoned the very thing that what made them great.What middle manager at HP is responsible for this blunder.

Geeks Unite!We are naturally a silent bunch, but this is getting personal, its time to speak out.They didn't discontinue the MBA's 12C, another timeless engineering masterpiece.No No.HP used to be a company of engineers, by engineers, for engineers.

Send Carly a letter, before they dismantle the factories. They are messing with what made them great. In stark cotradiction to Moores Law, the HP32SII is every bit as useful today as the day it was introduced, and will be until laptops cost $60 bucks.I'll get a spare at [way more money].Hell, I can even go surfing with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sniff - I'll miss it.
This is the best calculator I have ever used. It was perfect, small and elegant. RPN made calulations quick, and the 4 stacks made multiple operations or complex equations easy to solve. It had everything I needed, if not graphing which i rarely do anyway save with a computer. I wish It hadn't been discontinued. I've used these since 1993, and would still have one now, if it hadn't been stolen. ... Read more


117. HP Business Inkjet 1200DTN Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $353.00
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B0002UM0M4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 8560
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Features

  • Up to 28 ppm black printing, 24 ppm color
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200-optimized dpi color
  • 150-sheet multipurpose tray, 250-sheet input tray; automatic duplexing
  • USB 2.0 and parallel connectivity, built-in Ethernet
  • HP PhotoRET III; 32 MB RAM; PC and Mac compatible

118. Hewlett-Packard Model C5011A No. 14 Black Inkjet Cartridge
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00008XPC0
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 565
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119. HP PhotoSmart 7755 Inkjet Printer
list price: $130.00
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B000793JSE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 15267
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Features

  • USB interface, optional networking; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 4,800-optimized dpi color, 1,200 dpi black
  • Up to 11 ppm color draft speed, 18 ppm black, 4x6 photo as fast as 36 seconds
  • Slots for CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, and xD-Picture cards
  • 16 MB standard memory; PhotoREt IV color technology

120. HP iPAQ 1910 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00007B6L5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2042
Average Customer Review: 3.96 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

It's thin (only .50 inches thick), it's light (only 4.23 ounces), and it's bright, with a clear and dazzling transreflective color display. The iPAQ H1910 Pocket PC offers a great combination of features and distinctive design that fits your lifestyle. It allows you the freedom to access essential personal information and entertainment at your convenience.

The HP iPAQ H1910 Pocket PC comes with a 200 MHz Intel XScale processor, 64 MB RAM, 16 MB flash ROM, and a Secure Digital memory slot for additional memory. The display is a color transflective TFT LCD, 16-bit touch screen, capable of displaying more than 64,000 colors with 240 x 320 resolution.

Programs installed on the Pocket PC include: Microsoft Windows CE, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Voice Recorder, Notes, Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player (for playing MP3 files), Calculator, Solitaire, Inbox (for e-mail), Microsoft Reader (eBooks), File Explorer, MSN Messenger, Terminal Services Client, VPN Client, Infrared Beaming, Clock, Align Screen, Memory, Volume Control, iPAQ Task Manager, iPAQ File Store, iPAQ Backup, and iPAQ Image Viewer.

The iPAQ H1910 comes with a slim removable battery, a USB synchronization cable, an AC adapter, a charging adapter (tethered to the AC adapter), a quick-start user's guide, and an HP iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD-ROM (including Microsoft Outlook 2000, ActiveSync 3.5, add-on applications, and a reference guide).

The HP iPAQ H1910 comes with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the box

  • iPAQ H1910
  • Slim lithium-ion removable battery
  • USB synchronization cable
  • AC adapter
  • Charging adapter (tethered to the AC adapter)
  • Quick-start user's guide
  • HP iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD-ROM (including Microsoft Outlook 2000, ActiveSync 3.5, add-on applications, and a reference guide)
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Features

  • Dazzling Transflective TFT color (over 65,000 colors) with LED backlight display
  • Removable/rechargeable 900 mAh Lithium-lon battery
  • Secure Digital memory card slot for transferring and storing music, picture and more
  • 200 MHz Intel PXA 250 processor
  • What's in the box: iPAQ H1910, slim removable battery, USB synchronization cable, AC and charging adapter, quick-start user's guide, HP iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD-ROM

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5-0 out of 5 stars best pocket pc I ever had
I bought HP iPAQ 1910 Pocket PC about 2 months ago. I talked to all the sales rep at the computer store & electronic store such as Bestbuy & Circuitcity about the difference between MS Window base & Palm OS base. Everyone recommend the Window based model and specially this model (HP iPAQ 1910 Pocket PC). I didn't know anything about that at that time & I just bought it. I also have a friend who bought Sony Clie model which is Palm OS based. I guess he paid almost about the same price I paid to mine. We compared those two and we found out HP iPAQ 1910 Pocket PC is much faster, more memory... a lot better machine. He finally bought HP iPAQ 1910 Pocket PC (same as mine) for this Chistmas. He & I really like this pocket PC & you will love it, too.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great start but weak on key options and features
Well, got the new IPAQ yesterday in the mail. WOW, what a great little PDA. Other reviewers have talked about the wonderful features and such. However, let me share my initial experience trying to find some of the key accessories and features. First, missing from the product is any kind of protective cover. Drop this little gem the first time on a hard floor and its going to be toast. Checked the HP site and discovered they offer no solutions for the 1910 yet. Third party products look very bulky (so called universal solutions) for this very slim unit. Second, there is no built in JPEG file viewer. You must go to the the MS site and purchase a third party product. This viewer should have been bundled with PC 2002 operating system. Third, try as I might, find a way to delete files within the file exployer is not possible. I finally resorted to accessing the PDA from the desktop system to eliminate unwanted files. Forth, I discovered a website dedicated to tracking bugs in PocketPC 2002....there are lots of them [local website] and many are still unresolved.

Bottomline: Love the size, price and screen...but not impressed by the lack of critical accessories and features of PocketPC 2002. I would have thought that this hot product would have had a better launch.

5-0 out of 5 stars One should try this
I received iPaq as a birthday gift from my fiance.I know quite well about electronics.
My initial impression was Wow..
The Display/Graphics is extremely pleasing.Navigation is very simple..so any starter who is not very techno savvy can operate this PC with ease.Since the operating system is Windows CE,its very simple to browse thru(as many are familiar with Windows GUI).The best feature ofcourse is Outlook Syncup (must for all Pocket PCs ofcourse) but its easy and quick.The software installation is not too difficult either.The sound quality is good and works great with a Secure Digital card as well.

Now for a few Cons,
The conventional "CROSS" at Top,right hand corner doesnot stand for "Closing" of the program but it means "Minimising" the screen.That leaves your program still running in Backgroud.So even if the display shows your "desktop" (Today screen) there are functions running in backgroud...This will make your PC freeze often if many programs are running.
This PC freezes very often and I have to reset it then.
If it freezes real bad then you will have to Hard reset it which means your data is lost.
So I would suggest that "Stop" all the running programs at certain intervals..You have that option in "Settings".

But overall I am very happy with the performance...
I would advise one to buy it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sync problems keep cropping up/no support
I've had mine for 1.5 years, and it's very useful, except for one problem. I can't sync. At all.

At first it synced fine, but after a while, I had occasional problems and would have to spend hours getting it to work, because my comp would not be able to find the device (I've found many reasons for this, and trust me - they are a pain to chase down - even fluff in the connector and an iffy signal to the interface will do the trick). This time, I've spent a week of evenings searching for the solution. When I checked the HP Web site, this item was totally lacking in help, I believe because it is no longer sold. My comp is fine, the device is fine, and the Activesync is there - they just are not speaking. I call this the "family feud PDA" - they are close, they are family - they won't talk.

I've given up on it - bought a Palm-based product for a bit higher cost. So easy, plus it has a camera, an MP3 player, and it syncs!

2-0 out of 5 stars hp1910 - Nice size, lousy hardware, would not buy again
I've used PDAs for 10+ years and this unit does not compare favorably. Best features: Screen is great, software on the PDA works great. Three biggest drawbacks: 1)Unprotected buttons on front and side lead to inadvertent activation of software and battery drain whenever the unit is touched (think pocket, purse or briefcase), 2) this unit communicates only through synchronization, there is no way to communicate with any other hardware (no GPS, no serial port connection, etc.), and 3) the Microsoft ActiveSync software and/or the interface with this device is buggy (I've had lots of problems that were only recoverable by finding and deleting folders and files on my PC and then starting the connection process from scratch). I would not buy this product again and was very disappointed to uncover the missing serial port capability (not obvious until I got the unit home). ... Read more


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