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21. HP iPAQ 1935 Pocket PC
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22. Compaq Presario MV540 Multimedia
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23. Compaq iPAQ 3635 Pocket PC Bundle
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24. Compaq iPAQ 3630 Color Pocket
25. P720 17IN CRT-COLMON CARBON/SILVER
$329.87 list($403.00)
26. Compaq FP5315 15" LCD Monitor
$279.00
27. COMPAQ FP7317 17" Flat-panel LCD
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28. Apc USB Charger & Sync Cablecompaq
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29. Belkin IPAQ HNDH HOLSTER CASE-H3800
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30. Saitek Mini Keyboard for iPAQ
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31. PHAROS GPS COMPAQ IPAQ CABLE ASSMBLY
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32. Apc USB Charger & Sync Cablecompaq
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33. Visor Phone/ Ipaq Case
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34. Compaq Presario FS740 17" Flat
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35. Fellowes Leather/Micro Case For
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36. HP Consumer Stylus 3 Pack H3100H3600H3700
37. iPAQ 3970 Pocket PC
$145.00 list($227.00)
38. Compaq MS7550 Flat 17" CRT Monitor
$16.99 $7.99 list()
39. Belkin COMPAQ IPAQ 3800 Y-COMBO
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21. HP iPAQ 1935 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000B3ATJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5855
Average Customer Review: 3.48 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dazzling transflective TFT color display with an LED backlight
  • Flexible expansion options
  • Mobile versions of familiar applications like Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • Entertainment on the go with games, music, and video
  • What's in the box: iPaQ 1935, Stylus, Removable/Rechargeable 900 mAh Lithium-lon battery, AC adapter, USB cable, User Manual

Reviews (40)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great PDA, if it never leaves the house
The computer actually works pretty well, is easy to set up, and fast enough for all the applications we're likely to run on it (including a full-featured implementation of Go). It's also pretty comfortable to use. With the security problems of wi-fi and other wireless options, and limited appicability of BlueTooth, the more expensive versions didn't make a lot of sense. It's not for FPS gaming, but it works pretty well.

Unfortunately, the glass touch screens are ridiculously fragile. Ours developed a crack across one corner of the screen after a couple of months of use, rendering it useless. Although there is no evidence that the unit was dropped (pressure fracture?), HP isn't even going to think about warranty coverage. Worse, they want about $15 less than the original price of the unit new in the box to replace the screen. I don't know how this compares to other PDA's, but this one is far, far too delicate to be a practical consumer item. Not recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect...
I've had the chance to try out HP's attempt at a consumer-friendly Pocket PC, and they have a winner. Nearly as small and just as light as a Palm V, HP has packed a top-notch screen and almost all of the functionality you could possibly want into a handsome 4 oz. piece of electronics.

Some thoughts:

* The battery doesn't last as long as Palm's, and you'll probably want to charge it at least every other day, every day if you use it extensively. You can get an extra battery, since the HP's is removable -- a real advantage in the long run, since you won't have to send the unit in for servicing a la the Palm and most other PDA models.

* You want MP3s, you got 'em. Add a 256MB SD card, and you're off and running. The unit does contain an annoying headphone adapter jack, but such are the tradeoffs of small size PDAs (Palm has a similar issue on the similarly priced Tungsten E.) It's not an iPod, but it'll do.

* You can also display small videos and pics, of course, but who really needs/wants to do this on a regular basis? I suppose if you are one of those annoying people who want to show everybody your latest baby photos, this will be just the ticket.

* There is no wireless functionality out of the box. You can add it later, but if you really are looking for Bluetooth/Wi-Fi, you probably want a PDA with those features built in. That'll cost you, of course.

* Is there such a thing as too small? The buttons on this Pocket PC take a bit getting used to compared to the large and in charge buttons on the older, bloated iPaqs of yesteryear.

* Why so chintzy on the warranty? 90 days?! Take it from me, PDAs break. Their screens can crack, units freeze up, buttons stick -- basically, bad stuff happens. Seems like HP is trying to force folks to upgrade to the extended warranty. That is unacceptable support from one of the world's largest companies, and costs this otherwise excellent unit a star. (Palm offers 1 year, and I personally had near-instant turnaround on a Palm Vx repair)...

1-0 out of 5 stars It's nice while it lasts, but...
The four months I had this in working condition, it worked wonderfully well. I never had any problem with it. Unfortunately, that wasn't to last.

I had it on its charger while I was working and next think I know, there's a crack in the glass about an inch up from the bottom of the screen. I had never dropped this PDA, I was always very careful while using it. There was no reason for this to happen, and it did so without any outside interference.

And they really get you coming and going on this one. A replacement LCD screen with glass top (you can not buy the glass top alone for this model) is almost $200. That's about what the PDA costs in the first place!

Since this happened to me, I have seen where several other people have complained of the exact same thing happening to them. This is obviously a product default, and I would never recommend that anyone buy this model. I can't vouch for any of the other HP models, but this one is a definite waste of money. Don't take the chance.

1-0 out of 5 stars THe most horrible purchase you can ever make
NEVER EVER buy an iPAQ. I bought one, and what do you know, just one month later, I pick it up and the screen is cracked. I treat this thing better than I would a baby, and I did not drop it or do anything at all to it. So I call HP, they tell me to send it in, and what happens? They want $200 to fix it. Well, I thought that was obviously a bunch of bull since I had just paid $300 for it. Apparantly all the 19xx line is like this. If you buy iPAQ, you are a fool. They don't give a crap about their customers, I am 17 with a temp job, how am I expected to come up with $200 to fix it, I spent gd long enought coming up with the $300.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Hewlett-Packard 1935
I recently got an HP 1935. I was turned on by its cheap price, and since this is my first Pocket PC, I didn't want to invest in something more expensive. It's very little and light. Although it's not the fastes PDA on the market, I don't think there's really big difference since it takes not even a second for most things to load up. It lacks the Bluetooth which it has a Irda beaming thing. So you don't really need if you don't have anything else Bluetooth enabled.
My only turnoff is the screen. Already there's two scrates. I treat the thing like a baby. So I don't know how they got there. I recommend this PDA. But just be VERY carefl with the screen. ... Read more


22. Compaq Presario MV540 Multimedia 15" CRT Monitor
by Compaq
list price: $299.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000055XYB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 21248
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Looking for a 15-inch multimedia monitor that delivers high performance, reliability, and great sound? The Compaq Presario MV540 with detachable monitor-powered JBL speakers is designed to offer crisp sound and the convenience of a digital audio player within a flat-square CRT system. Plus it includes an integrated microphone that incorporates built-in, high-quality voice recognition and easy-to-use onscreen menus for precise control of the digital display.

The Presario MV540 has a resolution of 1,024 x 768 at a refresh rate of 60 Hz (lower resolutions offer higher refresh rates). The small size of the pixels, 0.28-millimeter AG (aperture grille) pitch, provides fine detail. The flat-square, polished monitor has 13.8 inches of viewable image area and antireflective, antiglare glass that ensures accuracy of display images and reduces eyestrain. The MV540's onscreen controls let you adjust brightness, contrast, degauss, horizontal and vertical size and position, parallelogram, trapezoid, and more. An illuminated push-button on/off control allows you to check the status of the unit, even in the dark.

The sound system consists of a built-in audio amplifier, 3-pound stereo speakers with 3 watts RMS per channel, a headset connection, an integrated microphone, and an audio port. You can plug in your digital audio player and listen without starting your PC.

The MV540 is designed for business and home applications where multimedia features are essential. It integrates energy-saving benefits, plug-and-play installation, and a digital sound system in a compact 16-by-15-by-16-inch design weighing 29 pounds. It is covered by Compaq's limited one-year warranty on parts and labor, and if needed, Compaq Express Service offers 48-hour replacement with a refurbished Compaq monitor. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution
  • 0.28-millimeter dot pitch
  • 13.8-inch viewable screen
  • Integrated Telex microphone
  • 2 JBL Platinum Series speakers with digital audio-player port

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Never had problems
I have had this monitor since 2000 and have never had a single problem with it. No humming sounds or smoke coming out and I have changed the resolution quite a few times. I highly recommend this item.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great Compaq Product
This monitor is everything I expected from a Compaq product. Excellent picture quality and sound. I have never found another manufacturer who can match Compaq for sound quality. Another nice feature of Compaq monitors are the microphones that are built into the monitor, so there is no need to buy a desk-cluttering external. The microphone also works great with voice recognition software. This monitor replaced a Compaq Presario 1410 monitor that I have used for the last six years (still has better sound and picture than most new monitors, just figured it was time to update!).

1-0 out of 5 stars Possible Fire Hazard
I had this monitor and it started to make a loud noise one night and I could smell a strong odor of copper wire burning eminating from it. The screen was black on the sides and white down the middle. When I hit the mouse to clear the screen and it started to make a shrill sound and I just pulled the plug. I had this for less than a year. If your kids have this in their room please take care. I'm the only one that used this.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't bother getting this
We had purchased this monitor brandnew at our PX. It seemed to look nice and I thought it would be nice to have a smaller more spacesaving monitor. Well little did I know that a common problem of 15 inch monitors or maybe just this one is, that it has difficulty displaying anything higher then 640x480. As soon as we changed it to 800x600 it would start humming and it had this high pitch noise. Needless to say that is quite useless for internet surfing and any software. We exchanged it for a Compaq FS740 and are very happy now! ... Read more


23. Compaq iPAQ 3635 Pocket PC Bundle (with Compact Flash Jacket)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $549.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000058E2B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 11215
Average Customer Review: 4.23 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

There's no doubt that the Compaq iPAQ 3600 series occupy that rare class of gadgets that's noticeable for being eye-catching and fashionable as well as functional. Even if you don't regularly shuttle between nations in a private company jet, using the sleek metal device may make you feel like a high-powered executive (or at the very least, make other people think you are).

The most striking feature of the iPAQ is its bright, crisp color screen. We were a little surprised to discover that it only displays 4,096 colors (compared to color offerings from Palm and Handspring, for example, which display up to 65,536 colors). While the color quality is fine for everyday use, photos can appear somewhat grainy or posterized.

Other hardware notables include a headphone jack for listening to digital music (or even just the built-in alert sounds, which are the best we've heard on any device), an infrared port for beaming data to other similarly equipped Pocket PCs, and a voice recorder for capturing your ideas while in traffic. The unit is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that performed acceptably for a color display. A connection port at the bottom accommodates extension packs that can read CompactFlash media, PC Cards, and other peripherals (or just brightly colored jackets for expressing your fashion sense).

In terms of storage and software, the iPAQ is a modern workhorse. It has 32 MB of RAM for storing large media files like MP3s and movie or animation clips, plus 16 MB of ROM that houses the included applications. These include the Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 operating system, Pocket PC versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, Money, Windows Media Player, and Reader as well as applicationslike a calendar, contact list, task list, and notes.

The iPAQ accepts data using a handwriting recognition system that was surprisingly tolerant of our scribbled notes--we encountered problems mainly with two-stroke letters like t, i, and k. An onscreen keyboard comes in handy in these situations, or you can use the "inking" feature to write directly on the screen, followed by a Recognize command that translates the writing into letters. Although inking seemed to lag slightly behind the stylus as we wrote, it picked up 80 to 95 percent of the letters.

This isn't to say that the iPAQ is perfect, however. Many aspects of Windows CE 3.0 drove us crazy, like the irrational choice to put the program menus at the bottom of the screen and present them so they don't appear to be menus at all. Another quirk is the iPAQ's Navigator, a large four-direction button below the screen that can be used to scroll through selections. Looking at the QStart screen (an icon view of most of the programs), you can highlight different icons using the Navigator. However, counterintuitively, you have to push up and down on the Navigator to highlight objects to the left and right, respectively. Pushing the center of the Navigator acts like the Enter key on a computer keyboard, taking you to the selected program or file.

The iPAQ interfaces with Windows-based PCs (sorry, Macintosh users) using Microsoft's ActiveSync 3.1 software (which also includes a full version of Outlook 2000). The synchronization process is pretty efficient, and lets you browse the contents of the iPAQ from your desktop. However, it took three PCs running three flavors of Windows and three ActiveSync installs before we were able to get the computer to recognize the iPAQ.

It's worth noting that the glitches we ran into were more interface annoyances that are probably easy to adapt to (though we'd rather have software engineers bend to users' needs). The iPAQ 3600 series is the closest device we've seen that (mostly) intelligently packs the capabilities of a full-size PC into a handheld. --Nelson Finn

Pros:

  • Good color screen
  • Easy transfer of Word and Excel files between PC and handheld
  • Good handwriting recognition
  • Expansion jackets provide for more memory and peripherals

Cons:

  • Awkward Windows CE interface
  • ActiveSync synchronization software can be flaky
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Features

  • Pocket PC bundled with CompactFlash Expansion Jacket, enabling you to add memory and functionality such as a modem or wireless LAN Card
  • Also comes with Conduit Peacemaker Professional Software for beaming information to and from a wide range of PDAs and ZioGolf2 3-D golf game
  • 240 x 320 TFT LCD screen displays more than 4,000 colors
  • 32 MB RAM and 16 MB ROM
  • What's in the box: iPAQ 3635, CompactFlash expansion sleeve, 950 mAh Lithium Polymer battery, Two styli, Vinyl slipcase, AC adapter, User manual

Reviews (128)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best PDA bang for the buck
While color is nice, the price of a color iPAQ is not worth it when compared to this unsung model. Often overlooked the 3135 has all of the same features as it color siblings, Excel, Word, IE, Outlook, Calendar, Contacts, MS Money, but albeit with less RAM 16 compared to 32mb or 64mb for the color versions. However with the inclusion of the CF sleeve, which allows you to plug in CF cards from 8 to 256mb, the 3135 is the best PDA bang for the buck. And let's not forget the iPAQ comes with Windows Media Player, making it also an mp3, wma player, and it has the ability to record voice messages. With the CF sleeve and a few flash cards one can literally carry ones music libary with you where ever you go. Compared with the Palm Pilot, and Handspring Visor, this inexpensive jewel is perfect for the enthusiast, student or professional. After spending almost 6 months researching, playing with and talking with friends, neighbors and co-workers about which PDA to get I have yet to regret my decision.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product For New Handheld User
I waited a long time to buy a handheld and spent weeks researching the pros and cons of the two I was most seriously considering, the iPAQ and the new Palm m505. When I finally bit the bullet and bought the iPAQ, I initially was apprehensive regarding its price and some of the "glitches" I read about on the Compaq website message boards. Let me tell you, I have had this thing for 6 weeks now and I absolutely love it. Once you have decided between the advantages and disadvantages of Windows Pocket PC OS v. Palm OS, I don't think there is a better Pocket PC out there. Putting aside the superficial factors about how sleek and cool the iPAQ looks, it does so many things and synchronizes so well with Microsoft Outlook, that I think it's the best handheld out there (notwithstanding the price). The calendar, contacts and other organizer features are excellent. The games I have downloaded are pretty good (I am looking for better ones -- clearly Palm has an advantage here). I live in the city and play chess every morning on the subway -- which is a fine distraction when coupled with a CD player on my ears. I am still working on how to get MP3s downloaded to the iPAQ.

What really sold me on this product, though, was the excellent quality of the screen -- there are 5 levels of brightness to choose from; and the fact that I wanted color to go with it. I compared this to the Palm m505, and it was no contest. You could barely see the Palm screen in the store. Who cares about 65,000 colors v. 4900 when you can barely see the screen? This is one of the most important features of any handheld, in my opinion. The iPAQ memory is expandable, which will allow me to use it for a long time (barring any accidents). The handwriting recognition is excellent, and is much better than Palm's "graffiti."

The negatives I have read about and experienced re: the iPAQ are: (1) the slide-on expansion sleeves. People are complaining because there is no internal expansion slot in the iPAQ. Who cares? The sleeve does not add that much bulk and it's a fair trade-off for the other things you get. That said, the iPAQ is not necessarily something you can carry in a shirt pocket. I have carried it in a jacket pocket however, and it felt comfortable. (2) There isn't as much software out there for PocketPCs as there is for Palm products. I think, though, that due to the popularity of the iPAQ that is changing rapidly. Many of these games are free on Handago.com and Microsoft's PocketPC website. I downloaded a great chess game and a tankzone game that is just like "Battlezone" from the early 80s. I also downloaded "PocketQuake" for free, but need more memory to use it. (3) BATTERY LIFE. This is definitely a negative. I have constantly needed to charge this thing, so I bought a charging adapter for work and home. I take it with me whenever I travel. You can use this for about a day of regular use, then you will need to charge it. I have read that you can keep a Palm on for weeks without charging. Palm has the iPAQ beat hands down in this department, but then again, in my view, the battery drainage is due solely to the advantages I feel the iPAQ has over the Palm. It's a tradeoff. (4) Accessories will cost you. This is a product for people with money to spend on it. While you can get basic everyday usage out of the 32MB that comes with the iPAQ, you will need to buy at least another 64 MB of memory to really get the most out of it. (I haven't yet). Internet connectivity, which I would love to have, is still ridiculously expensive ($59.95/mo. with Omnisky). When this comes down and the connection rate improves (or I win the lottery), this will be a great thing to have.

The last thing I want to say is that it is a lot of fun exploring new things to do with the iPAQ. As with all handhelds, this is not a product like a washing machine that comes with clear directions on how to use its every aspect, particularly, downloadable software. The technology is still evolving, and it requires some work to find new things to download and use. I am still working on the MP3 issue, for example. But there is a growing community of users that provides advice on all aspects of the iPAQ on the Compaq website. It is a great feeling when you find something new to do on this product. If you are someone who likes things spelled out 100% and don't want to search for anyting -- do yourself a favor and buy a Palm. Better yet, stick to a notebook. On the other hand, if you like a little adventure and have some money to spend on this fantastic organizer/MP3 player/toy/computer, I don't think you will be disappointed.

3-0 out of 5 stars hard to read the screen
This is a good value, but the screen is very difficult to read in less than perfect lighting conditions. Under bright flourescent lights in the office, it is fine. The rest of the time, though, I have a heck of a time with it. The internal memory also isn't really big enough to store MP3s. I decided to go back to paper and pen.

4-0 out of 5 stars Why I still like this PDA, continued
I found out the way to copy photos from my CompactFlash card onto the iPAQ. It's not hard but more complex than necessary. I also found out how to send the iPAQ in to have its screen replaced. A hassle. Its screen and/or stylus should work together so they don't produce scratches in the first place.

4-0 out of 5 stars Why I still like this PDA
I bought this model in 2001 and still use it every day. It is reliable and has lots of software built in. I've added List Pro and Pocket Quicken. The only problems I've had are that the screen has gotten badly scratched, and I can't get the Compact Flash Jacket to read my digital photos. ... Read more


24. Compaq iPAQ 3630 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051JUJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 19732
Average Customer Review: 3.74 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Compaq's iPAQ Pocket PC combines a 206 MHz Intel StrongARM processor,new hardware, and a sleek industrial design that fits in your hand to create apowerful and stylish PDA you can take anywhere. It offers 32 MB RAM and 16 MBROM--enough memory to hold a robust package of applications while leaving you alot of room for your own applications. The color TFT screen produces 4,086colors, and you can view the screen from many angles and in a variety oflighting situations. The Compaq iPAQ wraps the power of a Microsoft Windowsoperating system in a new interface designed for ease of use in a portableformat. Even if you've never used a computer or digital organizer, learning touse the Compaq iPAQ is easy.

Other highlights of the Compaq iPAQ include a microphone and a speaker as wellas 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 toeither USB or serial ports. The iPAQ allows you to input data in your ownhandwriting, by soft keyboard, by voice recorder, or through inking. Bothaudible and visual alarms alert you when you have a scheduled event.

What sets this Pocket PC apart from similar devices on the market is itssleevelike expansion-pack system. The expansion-pack system allows you addfunctionality to suit your particular needs. Expansion-pack options currentlyinclude a CompactFlash pack, the ability to attach a CompactFlash card slot toyour iPAQ, an executive leather and PC Card expansion pack, and a water-resistantsports pack. In the future, Compaq plans to release a globalpositioning system pack, so you can turn 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 6ounces, it fits in your hand or slides into your pocket with ease. Don't let thesize fool you into thinking you don't get many applications with your iPAQ. Youreceive a great deal of Microsoft software, such as Pocket versions of Word,Excel, Internet Explorer, and Outlook as well as the full desktop version ofOutlook 2000. Compaq also has built-in utilities so that frequent actions--suchas switching between tasks, adjusting volume, or changing backlighting--are onlya click away.

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

What's in the box

  • iPaQ 3630
  • 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 3630, Two Styli, Vinyl slipcase, AC adapter, Docking cradle, Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery, iPaQ Expansion Pack system, User Manual

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely the Best Ever
I purchased the Compaq Ipaq not out of dire necessity, but mostly because of the many features it has:

One, it looks the best out of all of the PDA's. It has a sleek, futuristic, design, unlike the Jornada, for example, which is just plain black.

Two, the stylus can store inside of the body, so there is less of a chance of losing it and you don't have to carry it around separately.

Three, It has an Mp3 player, which is one of the main reasons I picked it over the Palm and Visor, in which an Mp3 expansion costs as much as the PDA itself.

Four, the writing area is retractable and there is an on-screen keyboard; the Palm and Visor don't have the keyboard, and the writing area takes up precious screen space.

Five, the processor is an Intel Strong ARM 206MHz; the other pocket PC's only have 133MHz or lower, and they're not Intel, which is the best and most reliable processor.

Six, it doubles as an E-book, you can read books on your iPaq with Microsoft Reader and download them from numerous websites, even a thesaurus and dictionary; the Palm doesn't have this feature and the Visor expansion is expensive and you can only choose from a selection of four books.

Seven, one of the most important factors in my buying the iPaq is the color screen; the resolution is the best out there, especially compared to the color Palm and Visor PDA's, which are expensive and have very low resolution. Not much of an improvement from a Game Boy.

I went through excruciating research on the other PDA's before I decided on the iPaq, visiting Casio, HP, Visor, Palm, and Compaq. The Palm and Visor I ruled out immediately after seeing the capability of the Pocket PC's. I looked at CNET, Epinions, and PDA Buzz, and went to my local Best Buy, CompUSA, and Circuit City. I saw that it got high praise from many electronics and technology magazines, such as Best of the Year from Popular Science.

It took me 2 weeks before my final decision. That was two weeks too late, into the middle of the Christmas shopping frenzy. Almost every retailer was out because of the popularity of the iPaq and on eBay, it cost around $600-$700. I finally snagged it at a Brandsmart USA, it was the last one.

A very useful feature is AvantGo, which is included. You can load your favorite web site onto your iPaq for viewing anywhere. Also, you can read the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, USAToday, you can play Jeopardy from SonyStation, you can access Yahoo(with movies, news, sports, stocks, etc.), and thousands of other sites.

There are many games and lots of software that you can download for it, like Flight Simulator.

I am very happy with my iPaq, and I would suggest it to anyone. It's good for the music lover, disorganized person, businessman, etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars A very handy unit for both personal and professional use
The Compaq iPAQ H3660 is a high-end palmtop device for both personal and professional applications. With its integrated comfportably sized memory of 64MB it stands out above many of its competitors (newer models available with even more memory) and can also be easily expanded using appropriate memory cards.

The brilliant and well-lighted TFT display is easily read under any cirmcumstances (even bright daylight), and the touch screen and stylus pen make standard (short) input hassle-free. Handwriting recognition is very good, can be adapted to your personal hand. For more significant amounts of text, a fold-up keyboard should be used (but for serious word-processing, better use a full-fledged notebook instead).

Not only windows can be run on this little machine, it is also LINUX compatible and can be used for serious UNIX Systems Administration using wireless add-ons.

Special Linux version available: best of them, LISA Systems' iPAQ that comes pre-installed with mLinux 1.0 for advanced users. A highly interesting special for System Developers and IT pros. ... The free Open Source LINUX Operating System is now available to palmtop computers!

iPAQ with Windows integrates easily with MS-Outlook. The LINUX version supports synchronisation with appropriate LINUX applications. Either way, you get a highly professional palmtop computer connecting to your desktop and existing infrastructure.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dont listen to other ppls reviews.
This is a great product. DUST DOES NOT ENTER THE SCREEN. People saying that is incorrect. What was behind the screen had nothing to do with dust. Compaq had a problem with a company in Taiwan that installs the screen. Do to poor work tiny glass fragments were left behind. That is what the so called "dust" is. This problem has been fixed with all the new iPaqs. Amazon.com only sells new ones, their will NOT be a problem with the screen. Microsoft activesync has a problem when other usb devices are in the computer. I found Microsoft ridiculous when you call user support. Your best bet is to call compaq where they will give a solution that works perfectly. There is a lot of softweare for the ipaq out, and much more coming. For gamers, go to PocketGamer.org for all the gaming news. You can get great emulators to play all the old Nintendo and SuperNintendo games. I recomend the IBM microdrive or if that is too expensive get the Viking cf card. This is by far the best Pocket PC on the line. The 3630 and the 3650 are the exact same product w/ ho differences what so all. I called Compaq to confirm this. The only difference w/ the new compaq 3635 is the cf card that comes w/ it. The new one costs 100 dollars more, where you can buy a cf expansion pack for 35 dollars. I recomend getting the 3635 or 3650.

4-0 out of 5 stars compare casio e-125 before you spend your money
I own a Casio em-500 for a month. I'm glad that I had picked the em-500 instead of ipaq. From ipqa's user reviews, it seams there are quite a few problems about this ipaq PDA, such as activ sync is unstable, dust enters to the display. But the casio em-500(or e-125) never have such problems, They are very stable and the activesync work very well. If you go to read em-500 or e- 125's user reviews( I strongly recommend you do so), there's no those complains at all.

Both casio and ipaq have are powerful unites, here are a little differences, other then those ipaq bugs:

1. Display. Casio displayes over 65,000 colors and ipaq has 4,086. For those of you who cares of color and picture quality, you know the difference. The casio delivers better picture quality indoors. Because ipaq uses different display technology, it has much better display out doors. You can hardly see casio's screen when out door an under the sun. So you have to thing if you use your PDA out doors more or if you mostly use it in indoor environment.

2. Ipaq have a faster CPU speed according to the tech feature. I didn't acutally test them side by side for the speed. But after one month of using my em-500, I thing the casio em-500's speed is very fast, it runs all my applications very quick and smooth. So I think the ipaq should be ever faster too.

Bottom line, read both ipaq and casio e-125(orem-500)'s users review and go to the shop to compare both before you spend your money. They are not cheep.

3-0 out of 5 stars A Great product but before you buy you should know few thing
I bought this product a few months back and was so happy, yes it's true what everybody says about it but that part I will not repeat. what you should know is that the ipaq has a few hardware bugs

for example:

1. many times (almost every time I switch the machine on) the screen is "back to front" and you must restart the machine until it comes back.

2. the screen is not sealed properly so dust can come in from the stylus hole and get between the screen and the plastic cover.

3.the joystick works in a special signal to the processor which makes it impossible to move to an angle or to use two buttons at once which takes all the fun out of games.

I heard Microsoft is working on solving this problem.

after checking out about these problems I was told that Compaq knows all about them all over the world and working to fix them and that most of them are caused from putting the ipaq in the pocket and sitting on it (which I did)..

I contacted Compaq in Israel and got great support and was told to bring the ipaq in and they will take care of all the problems, I know that in the U.S. Compaq sends you home a special box to send it in to be fixed or replaced.

My recommendation is WAIT, I heard a new model is about to come out soon with 400 and 500 mhz, and with more built in memory, and you should wait for these problems to be fixed.

If not of these problems I would have given it 5 stars... ... Read more


25. P720 17IN CRT-COLMON CARBON/SILVER

Asin: B00006BB6Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq Computer
Sales Rank: 37709
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Product Description

With the purchase of a Compaq monitor you are getting user-friendly design, cutting-edge innovations, quality, durability, reliability and value. You will always get the brilliant display and the control you need to make your work efficient and comfortable. To satisfy users varying needs - from cutting-edge to basic business - Compaq has developed various lines of monitors: Professional Line was developed to meet the demanding requirements of high-end users.Easy on the eyes, the P720 CRT monitor features Diamondtron Natural Flat technology for the most accurate, distortion-free images. You'll get realistic, natural-looking flat images with less glare. This 17-inch virtually flat monitor eliminates reflections and glare to reduce eyestrain. Uni-Pitch technology ensures a consistent and uniform resolution throughout the viewable area of the screen. Quickly customize the display with a wide range of on-screen controls. ... Read more


26. Compaq FP5315 15" LCD Monitor with Speakers
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $403.00
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Asin: B0000A0KN4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 43048
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Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution, 0.297 mm dot pitch
  • 350:1 contrast ratio, 250-nit brightness
  • Tiltable flat screen with anti-glare coating
  • Detachable base supports optional wall mount
  • Simple setup; integrated speakers

27. COMPAQ FP7317 17" Flat-panel LCD Monitor - REFURBISHED
by Compaq

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Asin: B0002QNDGK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 7553
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Amazon.com Product Description

HP/Compaq now offers the fp7317 15-inch flat panel LCD, designed for use with Compaq Presario PCs. Combining sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, fine 0.264 mm dot pitch, and a 350:1 contrast ratio, the fp7317 delivers images that are crisp and clear. And, for a truly multimedia experience, you can turn up the sound—the fp7317 features bezel-integrated speakers, perfect for gaming and watching video.

You can calibrate screen settings by accessing the onscreen menus in your choice of nine languages. And, with a wide 134-degree horizontal viewing angle (120 degrees vertical), wall mounting capability, tilt adjustments, and more, you can customize the fp7317 to suit just about any location. The fp7317 offers plug-and-play setup, and widely compatible analog RGB input.

What's in the Box
FP7317RB flat-panel monitor (factory-refurbished), stand, power cable, monitor cable, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution
  • Fine 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 134-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • 250 nits of brightness; 350:1 contrast ratio
  • PC compatible; factory-refurbished

28. Apc USB Charger & Sync Cablecompaq Ipaq 1900 3800 3900 5400
by APC

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Asin: B0000AEGBR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: APC
Sales Rank: 25808
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Features

  • · Charge and Sync:Just connect your handheld device to any USB port via APC¿s USB Handheld Charger & Sync Cables to quickly and easily charge and sync your device.The sync feature requires installed software and drivers from handheld manufacturer.
  • - Compact and Lightweight:APC's USB Charger Cables eliminate the need to carry bulky power adapters or cradles.Helps save space and weight while you're traveling.
  • - Works with APC TravelPower Case:For use with APC's TravelPower Case.(Charge feature only)

29. Belkin IPAQ HNDH HOLSTER CASE-H3800 H3900 H5450 SERIES ( F8Q1411 )
by Belkin Components

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Asin: B00009WO29
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 25007
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30. Saitek Mini Keyboard for iPAQ
by Saitek

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Asin: B0000A5BAS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Saitek
Sales Rank: 28588
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Features

  • Ergonomically designed for one- or two-handed use
  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • 4 PDA standard buttons
  • PDA core function shortcuts
  • Scroll wheel

31. PHAROS GPS COMPAQ IPAQ CABLE ASSMBLY ( PK008 )
by PHAROS
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B000077XGA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 26492
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Features

  • Voice Prompted, Turn by Turn Navigation with Detailed Street Level Maps for all 50 States
  • Find a location by address, cross street, contacts or Point of Interest
  • Use Microsoft Pocket Outlook Contacts as your destination
  • Display shows next turn direction, street name, distance to turn, and distance to destination
  • Ipaq 3100-3700

32. Apc USB Charger & Sync Cablecompaq Ipaq 3100 3600 3700
by APC

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Asin: B0000TN5LC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: APC
Sales Rank: 28373
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Features

  • · Charge and Sync:Just connect your handheld device to any USB port via APC¿s USB Handheld Charger & Sync Cables to quickly and easily charge and sync your device.The sync feature requires installed software and drivers from handheld manufacturer.
  • - Compact and Lightweight:APC's USB Charger Cables eliminate the need to carry bulky power adapters or cradles.Helps save space and weight while you're traveling.
  • - Works with APC TravelPower Case:For use with APC's TravelPower Case.(Charge feature only)

33. Visor Phone/ Ipaq Case
by PDA Skins

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Asin: B00006BIMH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PDA Skins
Sales Rank: 57685
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fits all major wireless PDAs
  • Integrated wallet
  • True hands free use and one hand operation
  • Slim Design
  • Incl. Shoulder strap, belt loop and clip

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars PDA Skins Visor Phone Case
Product was delivered on schedule, communications were clear and well explained. ... Read more


34. Compaq Presario FS740 17" Flat CRT Multimedia Monitor
by Compaq
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000055XZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 19194
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its built-in speakers and absolutely flat 17-inch viewing screen, the Compaq Presario flat-screen multimedia monitor is ready and waiting for your games and graphic-heavy applications. Due to its 1,280 x 1,024 resolution and 85 Hz refresh rate, you can be sure that your images will retain clarity and crispness with clear color separation. Installation is nothing more than connecting the 15-pin minicord, and the onscreen controls allow you to customize color, screen size, and a handful of image settings to achieve your perfect picture. The speakers are far more versatile than standard-issue built-ins, as they can be easily detached for a variety of layouts. Users with a digital audio player can connect it directly to the speakers and groove to the beats while saving power--you won't need to turn on the PC with this direct connection.

The Compaq monitor comes with a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution
  • 18-inch viewable screen size
  • 0.26-millimeter dot pitch
  • Integrated Telex microphone
  • 2 JBL Platinum Series speakers with digital audio-player port

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor!
I paid ... when I bought this monitor last year. But I've been using it for over a year now and it's wonderful. With anti-glare screen, I get excellent pictures everytime. The images are sharp and clear, and with Compaq's Coloreal technology you can enjoy true-to-life images on its 16.0 VIA. For a 2-piece stereo speaker system, the JBL Platinum is excellent, too. You can connect headphones directly to the speakers. The Digital Audio Player port lets you use the speakers as output for your mp3 player without switching on the computer. This is definitely one of the best flat screen monitor around. If you don't want this, get a flat panel display.

5-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced, but Good
Good Monitor, Good Picure. Got it new for a lot lot lot less money at a local place.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Monitor
Purchased this monitor as part of a bundle with an Emachines system @ Circuit City. The monitor has a great picture and comes with JBL Platinum Speakers and built in microphone. While I'm not a fan of built in mic's this one works OK. The speakers are powered and need to be manually turned on and off via the volume control. They can be hung on the side of the monitor or they also can be put on the desktop with supplied stands. They sound pretty good but sound distorted at higher levels. They are a huge step up from the supplied e-machines speakers that came with the CPU though. Controls are easy to use and all cables and such are provided. ...

5-0 out of 5 stars Good monitor for everyday, normal use.
I got this monitor with a Compaq computer that I bought and it hasn't given me any problems since I got it. It's a flat screen with 2 small slits on both sides to slide the speakers in if you want them on the sides of the monitor. If you don't have the speakers or if you don't want to connect them to the monitor directly, that is no problem because the slits are barely visible and do not stick out. The monitor doesn't take much room and fits snugly on my desk. I don't ever have to turn it off because like most monitors, it automatically goes on standby when the computer is off or in sleep mode and it turns back on when the computer turns back on. All in all this is a good, reliable monitor. ... Read more


35. Fellowes Leather/Micro Case For iPaq(TM) PDAs (98132)
by Fellows

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Asin: B00006GJSL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fellows
Sales Rank: 30251
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36. HP Consumer Stylus 3 Pack H3100H3600H3700 only ( 176184-B22 )
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00006I56Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 13354
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Features

  • Although personal organizer styli have no visible legs worth mentioning in product specifications, they do have a tendency to crawl off and hide somewhere
  • This accessory is Highly Recommended
  • One pen at work, one at home, and extra in the bag or briefcase, and you'll be Golden

37. iPAQ 3970 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

Asin: B00006HYC1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 33123
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wireless enabled!
  • Pocket PC 2002
  • 48MB ROM/400MHz processor
  • What's in the box: iPaQ 3970, Rechargeable battery, Stylus, Protective cover pack, Universal cradle for both USB and serial connections, AC adapter, DC adapter plug, User Manual

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Things Do Come in Small Packages
The new iPAQ 3970 is simply awesome. (It is the same device which is sold in some markets as the 3975.) I recently upgraded from my trusted old Palm Vx to an iPAQ 3970 -- and -- I am so glad that I did. I did consider the new Palm Tungsten; but overall, the 3970 blows the Tungsten away.

I bought my iPAQ with a Panasonic 256 MB SD card. (Bought the iPAQ + SD card for US$ 750 in Singapore).

First the +ve's. Great screen - nothing like what you get to see on the Tungsten or the other reflective TFT screens (the trans-reflective screen is simply awesome). Second, great memory expandibility. I have over 4 hrs of high quality (112 bitrate) MP3 music on the SD card. User interface is much better than the Palm. Sync with Outlook/PC is effortless. Ability to manage files & folders on the iPAQ using the Windows Explorer on my laptop. Legendary Compaq quality. Good audio.

The -ve's. Form factor: I guess I have been spoiled by the Palm Vx lying unnoticed in my pocket. The Tungsten is even smaller. The iPAQ is noticeably bulkier. Tons of freeware awailable for the Palm; only a few kilograms available for the Pocket PC. ... Read more


38. Compaq MS7550 Flat 17" CRT Monitor
by Compaq
list price: $227.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006OAP6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 39757
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Features

  • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution at 65Hz
  • 0.25 to 0.28 mm dot pitch
  • 16-inch viewable image size
  • Detachable JBL platinum series speakers
  • Simple plug-and-play setup; PC compatible

39. Belkin COMPAQ IPAQ 3800 Y-COMBO ( F8Q2101 )
by Belkin Components

our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00006JUG9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 37525
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40. Compaq Comp. U320 SCSI RAID ( AA850A )
by Compaq Computer

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Asin: B0000A4F2Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq Computer
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