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41. Compaq Presario MV740 Multimedia
42. HP iPAQ 5450 Color Pocket PC
$19.00
43. TOMTOM 3000520 Connector Cable
$4.50
44. Belkin Penlight Stylus for iPAQ
45. Compaq CV735 17" Monitor
$365.95
46. 19IN Crt Electon Blue Iv
$4.99
47. Belkin FLIPTOP HARD CCASE-COMPAQ
$19.95
48. Portable charge for Ipaq
49. Matias Pocket Armor IPAQ 3800
$292.95
50. Compaq Comp. LVD CBL KIT 68HD/68HD
list($599.99)
51. Compaq Model FP5017 Flat Panel
52. HP iPAQ Nylon Slim Line Case
$50.36
53. Compaq Comp. CORD RTANGL 10A 9
$549.99 $199.99
54. Compaq FS940 Flat Screen Multimedia
$797.06
55. 22IN Crt Electron Blue Iv
$57.67
56. Compaq Comp. SCSI VHDCI CABLE
$37.99 $12.75 list($39.99)
57. HP iPAQ FA123A#AC3 USB/Serial
$417.99
58. HP iPAQ h5550 Pocket PC ( FA107A#8ZQ
$11.99 $7.99 list($12.99)
59. HP iPAQ FA113A#AC3 H1900 Stylus
$45.10 list($49.99)
60. Compaq iPAQ 311317-B21 1910 USB

41. Compaq Presario MV740 Multimedia 17" CRT Monitor
by Compaq
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000055XYD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 36712
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Compaq Presario MV740 is a 17-inch multimedia monitor that delivers reliability and great sound. With detachable, monitor-powered JBL speakers, the MV740 offers an enjoyable stereo experience and the convenience of a digital audio player, all encased with a flat CRT screen. Compaq also included an integrated microphone incorporating built-in, high-quality voice recognition. An easy-to-use onscreen menu provides maximum flexibility and precise control of brightness, contrast, degauss, horizontal and vertical size and position, parallelogram, trapezoid, and more. Plus, setup is a breeze thanks to plug-and-play operation.

The Presario MV740 offers a maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 and an especially great-looking flicker-free resolution of 1,024 x 768 at 85 Hz. The flat, square monitor provides 15.9 inches of viewing area, and a 0.28-millimeter aperture grille pitch and antireflective, antiglare glass help ensure the accuracy of images. It has a built-in audio amplifier, stereo speakers with 3 watts RMS per channel, and a headset connection. With the audio input jack, you can plug in your digital audio player and listen without starting your PC.

The MV740 is designed for business and home applications where multimedia features are essential. The stylish case measures approximately 18 by 16 by 18 inches and weighs 37.5 pounds. It's covered by Compaq's limited one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution
  • 15.9-inch viewable screen
  • 0.28-millimeter dot pitch
  • Integrated Telex microphone
  • 2 JBL Platinum Series speakers with digital audio-player port

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive Product
Super-high resolution, surround-sound speaker quality! Fun, easy-to-use screen display controls. No-frills installation.

The JBL Platinum speakers deliver syphonic music as if you're in the orchestra hall. And the built-in microphones make PC-phone and PC-PC live voice chat communications a simple reality.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very dissapointed.
Theres no doubt about it, this monitor sucks.
It's been giving me trouble ever since I bought it.
I sent it back but never got my money!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor, Great Value
Besides its cool looks, the Compaq MV740 offers great graphics and sound. The JBL speakers are crisp and they are easily adjusted. Picture quality is excellent; I have a DVD player and movies look as good as they do on a TV screen. The 17" screen (15.9: VIA) is perfect for most users; if you need a bigger screen, you're probably a graphic artist (and then you'd have a Mac anyway!). I have the video cam attachment, which is a blast. You can send video messages with sound and still pictures as e-mail attachments. The software for the cam is easy to load and easy to figure out. You'll be sending mini movies the day you plug it in. All in all, a great mid-level monitor that will meet the needs of most home users. ... Read more


42. HP iPAQ 5450 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

Asin: B00007JO2N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 25773
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The new HP iPAQ 5450 Pocket PC for mobile professionals, with versatile wireless solutions and integrated security, is like having your office in your pocket. This indispensable wireless tool has a winning combination of size, weight, functionality, and expandability.

Key features include integrated wireless capability (802.11b), Bluetooth, Biometric fingerprint reader, removable battery, enhanced security, high contrast screen technology, "cool applications", access to corporate data, integration with Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, and increased memory options.

Display
The HP iPAQ 5450 features a transflective TFT LCD display with over 65,000 colors, 16-bit, 240 x 320 resolution, and a 3.8-inch diagonal viewable image size.

Operating System
The HP iPAQ 5450 feature the powerful Pocket PC 2002 operating system, which has applications with a familiar interface and consistent functionality, for ease of use. Pocket versions of popular Microsoft applications let you easily update and share the same data and documents that you have on your desktop PC.

Expansion
The 5450 comes with an integrated Secure Digital slot, which supports the SD/MMC type standard.

In the Box
The HP iPAQ Pocket PC 5450, slim removable battery, protective cover pack, universal cradle for USB or serial connection, extra stylus, AC adapter, charger adapter, Getting Started Guide, hp iPAQ PC Companion CD ... Read more

Features

  • Transflective TFT LCD, over 65,000 colors 16-bit, 240 x 320 resolution, 3.8-inch diagonal viewable image size
  • Removable/rechargeable 900 mAh Lithium-lon battery
  • Secure Digital memory card slot for transferring and storing music, picture and more
  • Intel 400 MHz processor with XScale technology
  • What's in the box: iPAQ 5450, slim removable battery, protective cover pack, universal cradle for USB or serial connection, extra stylus, AC adapter, charger adapter, Getting Started Guide, PC Companion CD

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars I bought ten 5450s and I think they're like beta versions
Hi. I already bought ten of these devices, in order to develop a unique project supported by Microsoft using latest .NET compact framework techs, etc. The first surprise.. our 5450s are like a beta test.. and we are beta testers. WLAN works fine, but they cannot authenticate in an Linksys AP, 802.11G is not supported on early models, this problem was recognized by HP and they released an OS update. In addition, battery indicator shows depletion erroneously, there are several problems with low cost SD memory expansion cards, my device worked with Simple Tech, Wiking or Kingston, other brands didn't worked at all. One of our devices dropped from a loose jacket pocket, a 2-feet fall. Results: the screen exploded and broken in several parts, seems that the screen was made with real glass, not plexiglass nor other transparent thing like early Compaq IPAQs. WE sent it to HP labs, and they said the motherboard was broken as well, so the device is almost unusable. We spent over 8,800.00 USD in these machines, and we think we deserve more robustness, provided at that time the device was sheltered with the supplied screen cover and protection sleeve.
On the positive side, the device is fast, with outstanding pocketDIVX video performance and a sustained 2MBPS WLAN transfer rate (10 meters).
Bluetooth performance is deceiving, in spite of that, the concept of personal area network is quite interesting. But if you want to exchange some MP3s, you can expect transfer times that are comparable to the infrarred connection ones - not much gain at all.
We often have to soft reset our devices, mainly due to WLAN config changes those are not reflected, or WLAN card not properly turned off, or WLAN reconfig not possible or rejected by the device. We certainly think the 5450 is not a mature product. Great concept, state of the art microelectronics and so on, but we think HP released a beta version, not a final release. An expensive one, indeed.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Machine!
I agonized at the tough choices I had to make: A) Stick to the Palm pilot series which I had been using for the last 3 years; B) Buy the HP 3950, the top model in the 3000 series; or B) Buy the new HP 5450.

The Internet reviews of the HP 5450 were a mixed bag with some people stating that it wasn't a reliable machine, some going as far as saying that they had to make a hard reset every day.

I bought my HP 5450 about a month ago. Overall, I have been positively surprised by it's reliability. Many of the negative points stated in the December/January reviews have been dealt with efficiently by HP. For example the headphone jack on my machine is a standard headphone jack. With a 128 megabyte SD memory card, I have been using the iPaq as an MP3 player with no problems. The finger print reader works impeccably, always on the first time scan (I did have to practice for about 20 minutes using the training program supplied with the machine as you need to use a swift steady motion). The fingerprints are now saved in the ROM of the machine so that even if you do a Hard Reset (i.e. restore the machine to it's original configuration), the machine is still protected with you finger print. This makes your machine useless to any "would be" thief.

If you take the backlighting down to a reasonable level, you easily get 7 to 8 hours of battery use. I have a second battery which I have been using when I travel. I also have the option of charging the machine when I go on long trips as there is a standard adapter which allows you to plug in your power cord straight into the Ipaq (instead of through the cradle). There is also the option of slow charging directly through the USB chord so you could leave your power chord behind without being left completely stranded.

Both Bluetooth and WLAN connections work fine and are relatively easy to set up if your phone and wireless gateway are properly setup. They do use up more battery, especially the WLAN. I turn them on for a few minutes when I need to get/send my emails and turn them off when I am done.

There is also a nifty backup software which allows you to backup all the RAM contents into ROM (the Ipaq file store) so that if you go on holiday, you can backup all your programs and databases to restore them later in case your memory got erased due to an extended "power outage".

Size and design are exceptional. Only a little bit bigger and heavier than my previous Palm m515. The Windows Pocket PC 2002 software is even more user friendly than the Palm OS.

Please note that I bought my Ipaq in Hong Kong where it comes with a 1250Mh battery as standard. It seems that Amazon's is only 900 Mh.

A great machine... Well worth its price!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great features but....
I bought the device as my first Pocket PC. I couldn't get over all the integrated features, integrated 802.11b AND Bluetooth, consumer IR, etc etc. After I got the device and spent a few days playing with it, I started noticing a few quirks with the integrated 802.11b. First of all, every once in a while, when attempting to start the wireless network utility to turn on the wireless radio, I will get an error stating there is not enough driver memory. This is easily resolved with a soft reset of the device, but isn't something I should have to do in the first place. Ah well, that wasn't too big of a deal to me. Second, it uses the Atmel controller, and if you are looking for wireless network stumbling utilities like Ministumbler or Pocketwarrior, they will not work with it until they are ported for this controller. And last, being the biggest gripe about it, there is no integrated 802.1x authentication support, and I haven't found any 3rd party solutions. This basically means that if you plan to use this device in your place of business and 802.1x authentication is required to access your corporate WLAN, you'll have to get an expansion sleeve and a supported card and drivers. HUGE oversight on HP's part seeing as this device seems to be geared toward the corporate market. If your WLAN at work doesn't require 802.1x, you'll be fine. I hope that this will be resolved in a future software update, but for now you might be better getting the cheaper 3900 series, a compact flash adapter sleeve, and appropriate compact flash 802.11b card, especially if you plan on using this device for wardriving or connecting to an 802.1x secured network...

[Supplement on 1-24-2004]
I still have the iPaq and am happy to say all the issues I complained about are resolved. The open source PocketWarrior program is available for wardriving with the Atmel chipset wlan chip built in. And with the Windows Mobile 2003 software upgrade you can purchase from HP, the device gets 802.1x support. New gripe, sometimes I have a hard time getting the device to sync via the supplied cradle, and have to revert to using a straight USB sync cable. This happens on TWO cradles I have. Sync issues aside, I love this thing! Upgrading rating from 3 to 4 stars...

1-0 out of 5 stars Sweet & Sour
I'm a diehard Palm fan - and still am. However the PocketPC filled an itch that I have never been able to scratch with the Palm - namely web browsing.

With the 5450/5455 I have been able to (within an hour) hook up to my WIFI system in my house, setup wireless synching and get up and browse the web. Something that I think would have taken multiple steps with my Tungsten.

Here are the things I like and dislike about the 5450/5455:

LIKES:

1. Integrated WIFI - The wave of the future. No need to slap add-on cards or boards to the unit. It is all built in.
2. Color screen - Bright and readable.
4. Active Synch - Everything you enter to the unit can be automatically synchronized to your computer as you work -- not just when you hit the synch button.

DISKLIKES:
1. The early 5450/5455 have intermittent problems with WIFI "Out of Memory" error messages.
2. The battery life is shorter than Palm-- although I AM using the WIFI capability so will live with it (and I'm sure that is why the battery depletes faster).

Overall I am a little sorry to say that after a month of usage I CANNOT recommend the iPaq for anyone but the most diehard enthusiast. The device is wildly buggy on WIFI (reported in just about every iPaq discussion forum, requires numerous soft resets ever day and frequent HARD resets (ie All data gone bye-bye).

After about a month I've found this platform to be buggy, slower than Palm and just not as convenient. It does not break any new ground whatsoever for the average user. And to top it all off, the web browsing that I loved initially turns out to be dog slow -- even when connected wirelessly to my DSL. Avoid this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
There are alot of bad comments floating around about the 5450 at the moment. I got one pretty early and I want to voice my opinion.

1st thing this thing looks AWESOME. forget the size of the 1910 because this looks sleek and stylish....it looks smaller than it actually is.

second is the speed. its not really slow at all; same speed as 3950 clicking about, and yes its a few frames slower in games.

now onto the good points :) the bluetooth wizard is a snap and i connected to my t68 in a few minutes. the wifi is also simple once u understand how it works, and the signal is as good as a laptop card! however it does kill the battery pretty quick.

next thing; the battery; its **slightly** lower than the 3950 but only slightly shorter operating time. it is also removable and hp offer a high capacity battery. the great thing about it is that the screen is **soo** bright its unbelievable; i never need it higher than the lowest backlight setting (one above none) because its so bright so i get about 5 or 6 hours life. if u turn the backlight off completely (which u can in some situations) u get around 7 to 8 hours life.

the sound is slightly lower than the 3950 but its not like you need it that loud anyway. i listen to music pretty loud and i never turned it up to full volume.

the biometric feature is AWESOME once u get the hang, its great playing with it when u are bored :)

the dpad is a bit stiff to begin with but once u get used to it and it loosens up it gets more usable - a bit small but i prefer it to the old ipaqs.

i have 2 negative points:

1. the case that comes with it will scratch the finish on the ipaq if u take it on and off. so leave it either always off (and get a new case or none at all) or LEAVE IT ON (i left mine on) or u will ruin the finish on your ipaq.

2. the video and game speed - its bareable (nowhere near as bad as e740) but a bit slower than previous ipaqs. hp are addressing this as i type and once the new driver comes out the 5450 will be the fastest model out so far.

also in the future you can use this ipaq as a phone aswell. how do i know? well there is a sim card slot behind the battery, and it uses a cut down version of pocket pc 2002 phone edition - so in the future there should be something to allow you to use it as a phone!!

all in all an awesome product well worth the money; head and shoulders about the toshiba, the dell and the rest. if u have the money BUY it u will not regret it. there are a couple of dodgy ones floating around (with bad screen speed and wifi) but u can return it if u get one

BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT!! ... Read more


43. TOMTOM 3000520 Connector Cable for iPAQ PDAs
by TomTom

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Asin: B00006I4H2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TomTom
Sales Rank: 56045
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Features

  • May be suitable for use with other existing or forthcoming models as noted here or by manufacturers

44. Belkin Penlight Stylus for iPAQ H3800 H3900 series Pocket PC
by Belkin Components

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Asin: B00008L3IZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 35526
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45. Compaq CV735 17" Monitor
by Compaq

Asin: B00005O7C9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 45895
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for its time, but now it depends...
As of April 2004, the monitor is great for a thrifty budget. However, it is bulky and heavy. Be ready to set aside at least $300 for better manageability and picture.

4-0 out of 5 stars All in All it is a pretty good monitor
I have been useing the cv735 monitor for almost 2 years now. I have never had any trouble with it and it displays a nice clear picture. of course there are better sharper monitors out there but for the price this is a good pick. ... Read more


46. 19IN Crt Electon Blue Iv

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Asin: B000085JD1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
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Product Description

Precise color with maximumbrightness

Features:

  • Super-bright mode for gaming and video applications
  • Flat aperture grill technology for minimized eyestrain
  • Optional LaCie blue eye vision hardware calibrator provides precise color correction
  • Wide viewing angle technology for viewing accurate color from virtually any angle without image distortion
  • On-screen controls for fast and easy adjustment
... Read more

47. Belkin FLIPTOP HARD CCASE-COMPAQ IPAQ H3800 H3900 ( F8Q1410 )
by Belkin Components

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Asin: B00008L3J0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
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48. Portable charge for Ipaq
by Saitek

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Asin: B0000DK6D1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Saitek
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49. Matias Pocket Armor IPAQ 3800 & 3900 series Silver
by Matias Corporation

Asin: B00006IZIC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Matias Corporation
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Features

  • Stylish, light and rugged Aluminium hard case
  • Easy access to stylus, IR expansion slots, and other components
  • This case requires IPAQ expansion pack or sleeve
  • designed to protect the most expensive part of your handheld: the screen!
  • Dimensions: 3.98" x 5.34" x 0.79"

50. Compaq Comp. LVD CBL KIT 68HD/68HD ALL LVD ( 242381-B21 )
by Compaq Computer

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Asin: B00008KXUB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq Computer
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51. Compaq Model FP5017 Flat Panel 15" Monitor
by Compaq
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00006OAP7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 39831
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52. HP iPAQ Nylon Slim Line Case
by Hewlett Packard

Asin: B0000APTK6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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53. Compaq Comp. CORD RTANGL 10A 9 C-13 5-15P US ( 317424-001 )
by Compaq Computer

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Asin: B00009MVKR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq Computer
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54. Compaq FS940 Flat Screen Multimedia 19" CRT Monitor
by Compaq
list price: $549.99
our price: $549.99
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Asin: B00005JG4D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 51647
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Compaq FS940 makes good on its claim of providing a true multimedia experience. Its 19-inch flat screen has a maximum of resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 dpi, with a 0.26 dot pitch and 70 Hz refresh rate for outstandingly crisp graphics and clear color separation. The audio options are impressive, with built-in amplifier, speakers, microphone, and a convenient jack for your digital audio player, all working together to offer consistently excellent sound.

Digital onscreen controls allow you to adjust both sound and picture settings to your personal taste with just a few clicks of the mouse, and the plug-and-play installation provides quick and easy setup. Compaq's one-year warranty covers parts and labor, and Express Service delivers a refurbished monitor within 48 hours in case of defect. ... Read more

Features

  • 19-inch flat screen multimedia monitor
  • 0.26 millimeter dot pitch
  • JBL Platinum series speakers with digital audio player port, plus an integrated microphone
  • Digital onscreen display controls
  • Styled to match Presario desktop PC series

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars An above average monitor
I have found this to be a very good monitor. I replaced a Sony 17" with this Compaq and find that it displays a good crisp picture across the entire viewing area. Corners are in focus and there are ample adjustments on the front of the CRT. I have made adjustments that stay the course. My display has not changed since I made the original setup. I run it at 1024X768, vertical at 85Hz and Horizontal at 68.6k. I don't use the speakers because I have my own sound system. It is not the top of the line but close to it. Four (4) stars.

3-0 out of 5 stars Top Quality... Hefty Price
This compaq monitor is great. It does all that the big names do, big time resolution, great looking box, awsome color even at really high resolutions. The CRT technology has impressed me a lot considering its price comparison to the Flat Panel monitors out today.

I have a laptop with the TFT technology (as they all do) and i'll say that this monitor (the CRT type) is just as good. This seems a lot easier on your eyes because it seems more like a computer monitor then a TV type monitor. The TFT's seem so bright and pure that its like looking at a tv... (hence if you're too close it sort-of defeats the purpose).

I've used both types, and for the price i'd say that you should go for this technology. Also, I have the same type of monitor at home (but the Sony Trinitron Brand) and they are both identical in every way. Crispness is exactly the same.

The reason i'm only giving it 3 stars is because the price is quite hefty. I bought my Sony Trinitron for 520 almost 2 years ago. This compaq model is priced at about 500. You should expect Compaq's prices to be much lower (or Sony's to be much higher because of the name). I actually purchased a Compaq almost Identical in every way from this model (mine is the Compaq I910 Flat Screen 19" CRT Multimedia Monitor) and i paid only 219.00 for it online.

I would search far and wide to get the 200 dollar one instead of this one or instead of the Sony Trinitron. Like i said, i have both Sony, and Compaq models (one at work, and one at home) and they're performances are identical. But i paid 500 for sony, and 219 for compq.

Now remember that it says "Flat Screen" not "Flat Panel". The technologies are very different, although not 100% apparent, and the only technological difference (as seen by the human eye) is that one has a big box behind the screen, and the other is thin) Both are flat, and both are very good to look at. One just costs a lot more.

The CRT models are based still on tubes but different types of tubes. This type is far more advanced than the old types, and you'll notice a line about 2-1/2 inches from the top and bottom of the screen. This is normal. This is a wire going across the screen and is part of the technology. This is probably another slight difference that you won't see in the TFT.

If you can get the 219 dollar version (I910) go for it. Its a great buy. Same quality without the hefty price tag. ... Read more


55. 22IN Crt Electron Blue Iv

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Asin: B000085JD2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
Sales Rank: 145585
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Product Description

Precise color with maximumbrightness

Features:

  • Super-bright mode for gaming and video applications
  • Flat aperture grill technology for minimized eyestrain
  • Optional LaCie blue eye vision hardware calibrator provides precise color correction
  • Wide viewing angle technology for viewing accurate color from virtually any angle without image distortion
  • On-screen controls for fast and easy adjustment
  • Four-port USB hub (one upstream port, three downstream ports) on side of monitor for easyconnection of USB devices
... Read more

56. Compaq Comp. SCSI VHDCI CABLE ML310/330/350 ( 333370-B21 )
by Compaq Computer

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Asin: B0000BZ2VW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq Computer
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57. HP iPAQ FA123A#AC3 USB/Serial Desktop Cradle for 3800, 3900, 5100, 5400 and 5500 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $39.99
our price: $37.99
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Asin: B0000CDF11
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1659
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Features

  • Synchronize your iPAQ handheld's address book, schedule and more with your desktop PC
  • Plug and Play compatible with USB connection
  • Compatibility: iPAQ 3800, 3900, 5400, and 5500 series

58. HP iPAQ h5550 Pocket PC ( FA107A#8ZQ )
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B0000AAAX3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16769
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Features

  • Biometric fingerprint reader
  • Intel 400MHz processor
  • Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC
  • 12 hours of average battery use
  • What's in the box: iPAQ Pocket PC, USB Desktop cradle/charger, AC Adapter, holster with belt clip, battery, getting started poster, charger adapter, hp iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD

59. HP iPAQ FA113A#AC3 H1900 Stylus 3-Pack
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $12.99
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B0000ATDHJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5826
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Features

  • Fits h1900, h4100 and h4300 series iPAQs
  • Keep your screen free from scratches and fingerprints
  • Keep this pack of three stylus pens on hand to replace those that are lost or damaged
  • Lightweight and sturdy

60. Compaq iPAQ 311317-B21 1910 USB Desktop Cradle with Battery Slot for 1910
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000085BBU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2150
Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Lemonade anyone?
This unit just died on me within three months. The charger works (I bought it separately) but I cannot hotsync anymore - what's the point of having a iPAQ that does not sync? It's either the connector to the cradle or the connector to the base of the handheld that's not connecting. For the high $$$ that I had to pay for this flimsy product, it's really a pity that HP will not provide a good product. It's poor design makes the iPAQ rock back and forth without a firm connection.

5-0 out of 5 stars What is promised
The cradle is a good buy, it holds the iPaq upright while charging and synch'ing it. It is true that the plug is not included but me advice is to get a travel plug from eBay and use the original with this unit. It works great, no problems. By the way, the cradle on eBay is going for [$$]so this is actually cheaper.

1-0 out of 5 stars cradle for 1910
I gave this one star bcs it does NOT charge your unit, as one would expect. This cradle is just a display holder.

To charge your unit, there are four ways:

1. Buy a charging cradle, which is an extra cost (no universal one to fit several PDAs, just one for the 1910, according to hp tech support; I couldn't get an answer as to whether an other hp PDA would also fit the 1910 but I think I read this somewhere on a customer review site). This is the most expensive option.

2. Use the sync cable. Run it btw the USB port on your desktop and the USB port on the unit, hooking tog. as tho you are going to sync. This is the easiest option.
3. Get your cell phone A/C adaptor. Plug into the wall. Plug the male part of the A/C adaptor into hp's 1910 adaptor and plug the other end of hp's 1910 adaptor into the USB of your desktop. This requires purchase of the 1910 adaptor. Amazon has it for $.... $... elsewhere.
4. Buy a 2nd battery.

Some people buy two charging cradles (one for home, one for work) and others just carry around the sync cable.

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1-0 out of 5 stars ...
HP says that this unit will charge the battery while your device sits in the cradle. But this requires an AC adapter - not included! You can use the adapter that came with your IPAQ 1910, but most people buy the cradle so they can have one syncing/charging setup at the office and the other at home.

Buying this unit AND the adapter makes your IPAQ 1910 significantly more expensive. I suspect most owners of the 1910 will put up with the inconvenience of dragging the sync cable and charger that came with the 1910 back and forth to work, rather than pay so much.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not what it says it is
While both a connector cord and an adapter cord come with the 1910, if you want connectivity at both home and office you'll have to lug the cords back and forth. That is a pain, so I was really looking forward to the convenience of having a cradle/charger at the office.

HP's package labeling says this is a cradle/charger, but that is misleading. For $...all you get is a cradle (which to Amazon's credit is how they label it on their website). If you want it to be a charger, too, you have to spend another $... for an adapter cord.

Don't get me wrong... I love my Ipaq 1910. It is a steal at $..., but to have to shell out $...just for an extra desktop connection is pretty outrageous. ... Read more


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