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$99.95 list($119.99)
141. Nexian NXP3100 NexiPak Dual CF
$27.99 list($44.99)
142. Viking 64 MB CompactFlash Card
$19.88 list($29.99)
143. Compaq iPAQ Executive Leather
$79.99 list($99.99)
144. Compaq iPAQ 230468-B2164MB Flash
list($29.99)
145. Incipio Carrying case with Multidapt®
list($29.99)
146. Compaq iPAQ Serial AutoSync Cable
$179.99
147. FS7600 17-inch (16.0 vis) Monitor,
$14.99 list($32.99)
148. Viking 16 MB CompactFlash Card
$7.99
149. Compaq iPAQ 176482-B22Serial Cradle
$24.99 list($99.99)
150. Compaq iPAQ 253478-B2164MB SD
151. MEMPLUG INC. CDQADAPTCF iPAQ Dual
$399.99 list($749.00)
152. Compaq iPAQ H3975 Color Pocket
list($399.99)
153. Compaq iPAQ 3150 Monochrome Pocket
$16.99 list($69.99)
154. HP/Compaq PA840U Stowaway Portable
list($149.99)
155. Compaq iPAQ Expansion Pack PCMCIA
list($129.99)
156. Compaq iPAQ 282348-B21 Rugged
157. Portsmith Enet Charging Cradle
$49.99
158. Compaq iPAQ 253516-B21Stand-up
list($39.99)
159. Compaq iPAQ 170339-B22Compact
$124.99 $87.95 list($249.99)
160. Pharos PK012 Pocket GPS Navigator

141. Nexian NXP3100 NexiPak Dual CF & Power Pak for iPaq Pocket PC
by Nexian, Inc.
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B00006J09O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nexian, Inc.
Sales Rank: 17374
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Battery Charging Light

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great cobination @ good price
This is a great combination which really gives the extra that you always desire once you own your PDA. Provides you two Compact Flash slots in addition to extra battery power, what else do you want at such a great price? Works great at the cost of a little volume which is inevitable. ... Read more


142. Viking 64 MB CompactFlash Card for Compaq iPaq (C47064CF)
by Viking Components
list price: $44.99
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B0000541KA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 21744
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Specifically designed, manufactured, and tested for use with the Compaq iPaq series PDA
  • Optional Compaq iPaq CompactFlash expansion pack is required for compatibility
  • ISO 9001 Certified Manufacturing Processes
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

143. Compaq iPAQ Executive Leather Style Pack
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005AKV6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 17459
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Compaq executive leather style pack provides stylish leatherprotection for your Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC. Its fine, quality black leather issupple, providing practical elegance. The style pack holds your iPAQ securely inplace, and the leather bifold fits easily in your pocket, purse, or briefcase. Aleather tongue slips into a loop for closure. ... Read more

Features

  • Stylish leather protection for your Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC
  • Supple black leather
  • Holds your iPAQ securely in place
  • Leather bifold fits in your pocket or briefcase
  • Leather tongue slips into a loop for closure

Reviews (11)

2-0 out of 5 stars Poor Design
I don't like this case. It will not except the iPaq with an expansion pack. Even with just the iPaq and no expansion card or extra stylus, the size is still larger than my Palm VII in it's case. This is odd considering the iPaq itself is smaller than my Palm. Try the iSuit (my personal favorite) or the Franklin Covey. Also very nice.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great case for the iPAQ Pocket PC!
The Executive Leather Style Pack is a welcome addition to my iPAQ. It covers most of the bezel to protect the unit from scratches and scruff marks while not taking away easy access to the iPAQ's screen, buttons, or control pad. It's functionality is second only to it's enhancement of the iPAQ's sleek look.

5-0 out of 5 stars The little PC that could!
I was pleasantly surprised with this jr. sized computer in terms of its ease of use and user friendly characteristics.
I am not a computer geek and therefore didn't expect anything other than a round trip back to the store to return the unit (I had gotten it as a birthday gift from my wife).
In short order, I was up and running. I was able to actually swap Excel files, download outside programs, etc. from my laptop in addition to using all the normal built in computer functions. This, in conjunction with using the voice recorder, handwriting note taker and so on made me a believer.
A final note...I compared the Compaq IPAC3835 with its HP counterpart (since they share the same OS and price). The Compaq was far and away the better item. The screen is about 10% larger; the recorder playback is far superior; the overall appearance is better.

2-0 out of 5 stars No hay caso, no entra
no se puede usar ninguna chaqueta de expansión en este "case", la ipaq viaja desnuda sin protección de fieltro para la pantalla.
=(

4-0 out of 5 stars PROTECCION PARA SU IPAQ CON BUEN ESTILO.
Otros modelos de proteccion para la IPAQ, son muy informales, no estan acorde al tipo de agenda que usted tiene, son bastante juveniles e informales, ¿Esta usted de acuerdo conmigo? otros estuche dan mas la impresion de ser para una Palm. Con este estuche su IPAQ se apreciara elegante sin perder la funcionabilidad y usted evitara un daño irreparable en caso de un accidente. Se lo recomiendo.

Antonio. ... Read more


144. Compaq iPAQ 230468-B2164MB Flash Card for 3800, 3900, 5400 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000659TF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 51396
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145. Incipio Carrying case with Multidapt® - Compaq iPAQ H3100-3900 series
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006K05C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incipio Technologies, Inc.
Sales Rank: 42014
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Features

  • Two Memory Stick Pockets
  • Compatiable with:
  • Compaq iPAQ 3100-3900/5400 Series with sleeve
  • Corrugated cardboard and foam plastic reinforced lid
  • Opens and closes with a press-stud

146. Compaq iPAQ Serial AutoSync Cable
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005AL9B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 25203
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Amazon.com Product Description

Carry this 3-foot spare cable for serial connectivity without the extraweight of a charging cradle. You can leave the cradle at home or at the officefor later use and still have the capability to synchronize your iPAQ Pocket PCH3650 with your desktop or notebook PC. The USB adapter is sold separately. ... Read more

Features

  • For the Compaq iPAQ H3650 Pocket PC
  • Synchronize your iPAQ Pocket PC at home and the office with ease
  • Charger sold separately
  • Serial port compatible
  • 3-foot cable connects your iPAQ to a PC

147. FS7600 17-inch (16.0 vis) Monitor, Black/Silver

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Asin: B0009DVAJS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Compaq
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Product Description

The ideal choice for your everyday applications.

Want stellar viewing plus minimal glare and distortion? With 0.250.28 mm dot pitch, and 1280 x 1024 maximum resolution, this flat-screen CRT monitor will supply you with a steady stream of crisp, clear images.

Features:

  • See sharp details in games, on Web pages, and more; the monitor's flat face also reduces edge-of-screen distortion normally found with curved-screen monitors
  • Give your eyes a break with the spacious, 16" viewable area
  • Treat your ears to rich, powerful sound from CDs, DVDs, videos, and games with the independently powered, standalone JBL® speakers
  • Select the most comfortable viewing angle by adjusting the detachable tilt and swivel stand
  • Complement the design of your Compaq Presario or X desktop PCwith the FS7600's carbonite black and silver cabinet
  • Get started without hassle: full plug-and-play detection makes for quick and simple setup
  • Customize your settings by using the on-screen display controlsno fussing with complicated buttons and switches; then conveniently store the settings
  • Save energy and money while helping the environment with the ENERGY STAR®-compliant features
Note: This model is compatible with Macintoshs which have a VGA connector.

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148. Viking 16 MB CompactFlash Card for Compaq iPaq (C47016CF)
by Viking Components
list price: $32.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B0000541JY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 54592
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Specifically designed, manufactured, and tested for use with the Compaq iPaq series PDA
  • Optional Compaq iPaq CompactFlash expansion pack is required for compatibility
  • ISO 9001 Certified Manufacturing Processes
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

149. Compaq iPAQ 176482-B22Serial Cradle (176482-B22)
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B000065ENF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 34258
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150. Compaq iPAQ 253478-B2164MB SD Memory for1900, 3800, 3900, 5400 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000659TL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 36730
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151. MEMPLUG INC. CDQADAPTCF iPAQ Dual Compact Flash Expansion Pack
by Memplug Inc.

Asin: B00007FEH0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memplug Inc.
Sales Rank: 29810
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Accommodates dual Compact Flash cards
  • Turn your iPAQ into a comprehensive digital photo album ? view digital pictures on the iPAQ directly from the Compact Flash memory card
  • Store your favorite MP3 songs on the Dual Compact Flash unit and listen to them on your iPAQ
  • View movie clips and MPEG movies you stored on Compact Flash in your digital camera
  • Or, simply enjoy increased storage capacity, so you can run more applications and access more data

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Much better than what you get from hp-compaq
this is my second round w/ an ipaq and find this case both slimmer and more funcitonal. take care to note one slot is type-1 only while the other is type 1/2.

4-0 out of 5 stars This product ROCKS!!!
I thought that it was great. With a 1 gig CF card I could store all of my music and pictures and have ton of memory left over. I really like it because when I need to upgrade to wireless internet or bluetooth all I need to do is get a CF card and plug it in. In the past I had to use two or three secure didital cards and carry them around every where I went, now all I need is one CF card and I am on mt way. ... Read more


152. Compaq iPAQ H3975 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $749.00
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Asin: B000069AT9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 15539
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Compaq iPAQ 3975 Pocket PC boasts an Intel XScale processor, extreme battery life, a dazzling, full-color display, and a wealth of comprehensive wireless solutions via optional expansion packs.

Display
The iPAQ 3975 features high resolution on its 240 x 320 pixel backlit color display, which can display more than 65,000 colors.

Expansion
The iPAQ 3975 uses CompactFlash and Secure Digital expansion cards, which instantly add software applications, additional memory, large databases, and more without taking up built-in memory space. The iPAQ 3975 is also Bluetooth enabled.

Operating System
The iPAQ 3975 is powered by Microsoft Windows CE.

Software
Software applications include: Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Voice Recorder, Notes, Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player (for MP3 playing), 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, iPAQ Image Viewer, Microsoft ActiveSync 3.5, Pocket Outlook 2002 (e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks), and Conduits Peacemaker Professional.

Compatibility
The iPAQ 3975 is compatible with PCs running Windows 98, 2000, NT 4.0, and XP.

What's in the box

  • iPaQ H3975
  • Stylus pen
  • AC Adapter
  • 1400 mAh Lithium Polymer rechargeable battery
  • USB Cradle
  • User manual
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Features

  • 3.78-inch low power 16-bit color transflective TFT LCD with white backlight, 240x320 resolution
  • 400 MHz Intel X-Scale processor, 64 MB SDRAM
  • Bluetooth integrated
  • SecureDigital card expansion slot
  • What's in the box: iPaQ H3975, Stylus pen, AC Adapter, 1400 mAh Lithium Polymer rechargeable battery, USB Cradle, User manual

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Pocket PC with plenty of options but lacks a bit...
After reviewing all the literature and having a Jornada 568 already for personal use, I decided on the Ipaq 3975 fo business use. I purchased the expansion pack that adds a compact flash slot and an extra battery. This makes it a bit bulky but allows you to keep the unit on 7+ hours straight. The Blue Tooth technology is very handy. The screen size is a bit bigger than the Jornada 560 series.

Low points include the sometimes eratic screen behavior when switching between apps fast. I also don't like the fact that you cannot change the battery. You need to send the Compaq into HP/Compaq in order to get a new battery installed if the installed one ever fails. The unit (without the expansion) is heavy compared to the Jornada. With the expansion, the Ipaq weighs quite a bit.

Over-all I like the Ipaq. All they really need to do to make this a stellar item is make the battery swappable and add a backup battery in case you happen to wear out the charge in the main battery.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Pocket PC out there
The Compaq iPAQ 3955 and 3975 are hands-down the greatest pocket PCs out there. I've learned a few things that might be helpful to other users, so rather than write another general review, I thought I would post a few suggestions on their use, especially for those that may be making the transition from the Palm platform to the iPAQ, (as I did).

The iPAQ saves individual Notes that you make in the sub-directory where you create them in the Notes app area. This results in them initially having a name such as "Work1, Work2, etc. (i.e., if you have a Note directory called Work). This is not very helpful so you have to rename them by doing a "tap and hold" on the file name, and giving it the new name. Otherwise you end of with lots of Notes with non-descript names with numbers at the end. Not too helpful.

For better power management, watch the screen brightness setting which you set from the Settings menu. You can also hit the "Q" button and pop up the Q menu and get to it from there. A lot of times you can reduce the backlight setting and save power and extend battery life. Otherwise running it at the highest intensity you'll only have about 3 hours. Also, in direct sunlight, where the iPAQ works great but the Palm and Casio units wash out totally, you can set it on "power save" mode

If you use the digital recorder function, be careful what you have for the settings here. The iPAQ will record anywhere from 8,000 Hz, Mono, 2KB/sec, to 44,100 Hz, 16- bit, stereo, 172 KB/sec. You'll find that even the 22,050 Hz, stereo settings will cause even short notes to take up 300K of space. After a few of these you're out of memory and you'll wonder why. The default setting of 8-bit mono is okay so I just leave it there.

This setting is also hard to find and can be found under Settings\Personal\Input\Options.

I've found my iPAQ to be the best of the Pocket PCs out there. Hope these suggestions help.

2-0 out of 5 stars Be Careful
I have a similar unit and for the most part it works OK. However, HP decided to use only a SD expansion slot. Very few accessories go into this slot. Most accessories require a larger CF slot which some of the competition offer on their units. For HP you must by a CF slot accessory + the GPS unit or camera, etc.

2-0 out of 5 stars You'll keep on paying.
In my experience, the problem with Ipaq has been reliability. I bought top-of-the-line at a cost which should have provided me equipment that would work. First the little spring that holds the stylus in place gave out. HP/Compaq did cover this by stretching the warranty, so the only cost to me was the hassle and a couple of replacement styluses at $5 a pop. Then the battery died, after I'd had the unit for about 18 months. What was really distressing was the refusal on the part of the service "support" people to recognize this as any sort of problem -- they were so busy trying to think of creative explanations involving things I might have done wrong that nobody would acknowledge that if customers who buy an Ipaq have to budget $50.00 a year for battery replacement that represents a quality control issue at the old Ipaq factory. Do what my wife did -- order a Dell and include a back-up battery in the package.

4-0 out of 5 stars 2 Month User
I've had the Palm III, Palm V, Palm VII, and a BlackBerry so I consider myself a long-time PDA user. I've had the 3975 for about 2 months; here are my observations.
- Screen is the best I've seen, in all types of lighting.
- Battery life is good, but you can not swap out the battery, it is rechargable.
- The ac adapter used for charging comes with a small "adapter" that is needed to charge the device when the cradle is not used, e.g. when traveling. On a recent trip, I brought the charger then realized I did not bring the "adapter". I had to go to an electronics store to buy one...at least it was cheap.
- It is heavier and bulkier than Palm's, not something you can carry in your shirt pocket.
- Includes Bluetooth funcitonality. I was able to download my entire phone list database to my cell phone (also Bluetooth enabled) in about 2 minutes (200-ish numbers). I've also used it with my PC after I got a Bluetooth USB AdapterPairing the iPaq with other devices is a bit klugey but once you've figured it out, it's good.
- Comes with infrared also. It DOES NOT work with a PALM (atleast I have not gotten it to). I have used it with my PC however.
- It interfaces smoothly with MS Outlook (synched via USB port). I use it to download emails and read/respond in meetings or on planes etc. The emails are dumped back into Outlook and sent off at next "autosynch" when attached to PC.
- If it had BlackBerry "always on" capability, it would be much more useful with email.
- It uses MS Pocket PC 2002 OS. I have not had any issues with it, one soft re-boot when internet explorer locked up (iPaq still worked fine, but could not launch explorer).
- HOWEVER, do not expect this OS to function like PC-based Windows. It does have similar look, but does function differently. You have to get used to cycling through windows that are open to get at what you want...not bad, but not like PC-based windows...I still like it better than PALM OS.
- There are several different methods for inputting info; Palm-like character recognition, handwriting recognizer that recognizes long-hand, and a small keyboard-like pad.
- Software is decent and a lot is available in places like Avant-go, apps that are usually free for trial, then [a small fee].
- MS Word is good, Excel is difficult to use unless you want to see a handful of cells at a time; I downloaded a program from Avant-go for viewing ppt slided, great unless there's a lot of text, almost impossible to read. MS Outlook is great, email, calendar come across perfectly. MS Reader is good, screen has enough resolution to make reading easy on the eyes.
- It comes with SD card for adding memory, programs, etc. An expansion kit for Compact Flash is available, should have been included on a device at this price range.
- There are expansion packs that slide on to the device for adding GPS, modem and ethernet hook-up etc. I have not tried them.
- Comes with several other features, voice recognizer (you can include audio in notes, docs..), and other things; see the descriptions on sites like Amazon.com, thier all fine and not worth going into.

Overall, it's my favorite PDA to date. If it had "always-on" email capability, it would get 5 stars from me. ... Read more


153. Compaq iPAQ 3150 Monochrome Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00005A777
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 39363
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • What's in the box: iPaQ 3150, Two Styli, Vinyl slipcase, AC adapter, USB cable, Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery, CD-ROM Software, User Manual

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars It's a clunker
I owned an ipaq 3150 for about two months before I decided that it was just too big to be practical. I needed a device that would fit comfortably in my pocket... I guess I figured that I could get by with 16 mb and not need to use the expansion sleeve. But the memory dissappeared rapidly and I discovered how bulky the thing is with the sleeve on. Bulky and heavy. I really enjoyed my use of this PDA, however; the large screen is nice for Ebooks and photos, if you can stand the monochrome display. If you can get by without the sleeve, the PC itself is quite sleek and attractive. I bought it in the first place because it seems less expensive than it's color relatives, but recently prices have plummetted and a thinner machine with a color display is no longer unaffordable.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent buy....CHEAPEST option!
I got the iPAC a few weeks ago. It is my first Pocket Pc, and I am so so happy with it!!
It is very simple to use, it covers my needs and it even has extra features I didn't expect.
I use it to keep my contacts and appointments handy at all time, my schedule, as a calendar, to write notes, play games, read books, listen to music, wake up in the morning, to tape reminders and messages, and as a place to keep other important info.
The box contained two other software programs, Audible and eWallet (great to keep track of all your credit cards, internet site memberships and so on)
I believe it has become my "right hand assistant".

I have to say, I love the "taping" option and it is very handy when Im driving...

The only things I believe this product lacks are the colour screen and a printed reference guide within the box.

All in all, its a GREAT buy for the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Less then 1/2 the $ for 90% of the features
Bought mine initially because it was my first PDA and I didn't want to spend $5-600 on the color one. I live by it now and don't want the color models. The monochrome screen draws far less power. I can go a week between chargings whereas my friends with the color model have to re-charge everyday. If you have poor eyesight the color models may be better for you because the screen is a little tough to see in low light (despite backlight). Otherwise, it's a deal and a half.

4-0 out of 5 stars Compaq IPAQ 3150
This is a great product. However, I dropped mine in October, 2001. Compaq has sent it back TWICE without doing anything to it, AND the repair was prepaid. Bottom line is Compaq and Customer Service are mutually exclusive terms. I don't care how highly a Compaq product is rated. I will never buy anything that says Compaq again.

4-0 out of 5 stars A step up from my Palm
I got this unit as a present for Christmas 2001. Nice unit, fast, when compared to my previous handheld. They have been discontinued by Compaq, so there are not a whole lot of places selling them. But if you can pick one up for under [price], it's worth the price.

Yes, it does not have the color screen of it's more expensive brothers. But it also doesn't have the shorter battery life. It also uses all the same accessories of it's big brothers.

I got mine to replace my Palm IIIe. I added a Compact Flash adapter and the upgrade to PocketPc 2002. I use it to read my Email, keep my schedule, and listen to music as an MP3 player on planes when I travel.

I was already using MS Outlook XP as my PIM manager on my laptop and desktop, so it took all my settings and schedules and imported them without a hitch. And not needing any outside sync program was a cost savings too.

Overall, not a bad bargain for all those features. ... Read more


154. HP/Compaq PA840U Stowaway Portable Keyboard for HP/Compaq
by Targus
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00005AMDE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Targus
Sales Rank: 1849
Average Customer Review: 4.51 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Targus Stowaway portable keyboard for Compaq iPAQ enables you to quickly and comfortably enter text into your Pocket PC without having to carry around a full-size desktop keyboard. The Stowaway keyboard is a full-size keyboard when open but folds instantly to about the size of your iPAQ. This portable keyboard has the same key spacing as a standard desktop keyboard so it's comfortable to use. Plus, at only 7.9 ounces it won't weigh you down.

This Stowaway keyboard is compatible with Compaq iPAQ 3100, 3600, and 3700 series Pocket PCs. See note below about compatibility with 3800 series Pocket PCs.

Installation of the Keyboard application onto your Compaq iPAQ is done simply via Setup Assistant from the included CD-ROM. Because the Stowaway keyboard only needs power while it is actually being used, the effect on the overall battery life of your iPAQ will be minimal.

To operate the keyboard with your handheld, click the Stowaway keyboard open from its folded position, lay it flat, and slide the keyboard parts together (it's separated into thirds for folding). Then, simply attach your handheld and start typing in a text-based program.

You can do virtually all your work without taking your fingers off the keyboard with the Stowaway. The four custom keys on the right side of the keyboard (Inbox/Notes, Contacts/Word, Calendar/Excel, Tasks/Money) are preprogrammed shortcut keys to activate certain applications, but they can be customized with the Keyboard application.

Placing the Stowaway keyboard on a firm, flat surface offers the best results, because of the folding design. However, you can use it on your lap as long as the keyboard is supported by a magazine or book across its open expanse. --Agen G.N. Schmitz

Special note to customers: An adapter is available that will allow the Targus Stowaway portable keyboard for Compaq iPAQ Pocket PCs to support newer iPAQ models in the 3800 series. This adapter is not for sale, and it is not packaged. To receive the adapter and CD-ROM with required drivers, contact Targus customer service at 877-482-7487 or customersupport@targus.com. ... Read more

Features

  • Folds to Fit In Your Pocket or Purse
  • Built In Dock Eliminates The Fuss of Cables
  • Special Keys Directly Link to Calendar, to Do List, Address Book, and Memo Applications
  • Short-Cut and Function Keys Allow Maximum Efficiency
  • Winner of 3 Prestigious Awards At The Consumer Electronics Show.

Reviews (73)

4-0 out of 5 stars I was thinking wrong... Hope people don't make same mistake
well... I have Ipaq 3835. accessing online through activesync. when host computer is occupied by my wife, I use pocket pc to access online. I figure adding this keyboard will make it easier for chatting.
guess what... since pocket pc port is taken by keyboard there isn't way to make connection to host computer. I know it sounds stupid but it really didn't occur to me before I actually going through connections physically. I thought that I'm just adding a keyboard but didn't realize I'm replacing activesync connections for it.

Ideal would be, keyboard to have hook up port for activesync and power on the side that it replaces cradle all together (I might be asking for too much here)

I ended up purchasing compact flash expansion pack and CF modem to accomplish what I initially intended to do (online chatting on pocket pc with full size keyboard)

about hardware... it certainly is the best keyboard available today 1/20/03 for ipaq yet I can't say it's perfect.

keyboard really needs to be on a completely flat SOLID surface. if not, keyboard will bounce on every key stroke that you can't read the screen while you type.

as far as 3800 series adapter goes.. it's pain to carry it extra and it's even more pain trying to plug it into keyboard, but it's got power connector on the side. if you decide to write pages and pages using the keyboard, you don't have to worry about unplugging the keyboard and charging pocket pc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Definitely A Good Buy
While this keyboard is in no way a perfect piece of equipment, it certainly comes very close. I'll go ahead and start with the pros. Ease of use is incredible. Within minutes of unpacking it, I was typing happily away. Driver installation is a piece of cake, unfold this beauty, dock your Pocket PC, and you're set. Sure, it is not incredibly sturdy on your lap, but as long as it stays on something hard (briefcase, desk, airplane table tray, whatever), it feels just like you're typing on a premium laptop keyboard. There are gobs of shortcut keys built right in, Today, Inbox, Contacts, Word, Tasks, to name a few, and with the software you can create so many more to satisfy your every need. A lot of people feel that it is too flimsy, and while it does feel as such, it certainly isn't. The only thing that really bothered me is the dock for the actual PC, another reviewer put it very well, "feels as if it's a toothpick holding up an apple". No problems though, so I suppose that I really can't complain.When you're done, pull off your PC, stick the dock down, fold it up, and you're off to your next class, seminar, meeting, whatever. If you're looking for something to make data entry much faster and easier, then you definitely need to get this keyboard. Great piece of work here, Targus. Keep it up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable, compact, great action
I've had this keyboard for over 2.5 years now and it still works great. I used it to take notes on my Ipaq all through law school. It is compact enough to slip into a small pocket in my backpack. It sets up and docks in no time.

The best feature is the keystroke action. The keyboard is full-size and types beautifully. I would prefer it to most laptops I have typed on.

Having hotkeys programmed and programmable to launch individual programs is nice. The only improvement I would like to see would be support for MS Word type hotkeys such as Ctrl-U for underline and Ctrl-I for italics. Cut, Copy, and Paste (Ctrl-x,c,v) hotkeys do work, however.

5-0 out of 5 stars 3900 adapter
Inside the package the adapter was missing. I made contact with customer service on targus.com, they sent me the adapter free of charge and deliver it for me to Costa Rica, where i live!, Great service!

5-0 out of 5 stars No keyboard is better!
I had one of these for my first PDA which was an IBM Workpad, and no other keyboards compare. I currently have a Compaq 3955 and was very pleased to see the keyboard already comes with the adapter (the product description says you have to request the adapter separately from Targus)!

I tried a wireless keyboard, but I had to turn off my infrared port, enable the wireless input, then turn my PDA upside down so it could communicate with the keyboard. Other keyboards were shaped funny and didn't feel too natural. I quickly tired of all this and decided to go back to the Targus Stowaway. Amazon has a great deal and I got this at almost half the price it would have cost at the store.

This is still the best keyboard in my opinion. ... Read more


155. Compaq iPAQ Expansion Pack PCMCIA Card
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00004TB3O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7658
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Compaq iPAQ PC Card expansion pack slides onto your iPAQ Pocket PC and increases the functionality of your system.The unit easily attaches to your iPAQ Pocket PC to create a PC expansion slot. The PC Card expansion pack enables wireless connection to e-mail, the Web, and corporate networks when used with an optional third-party cellular digital packet data (CDPD) card or an IEEE 802.11b HR wireless LAN PC Card. As a matter of fact, the industry-standard PC Card slot on the iPAQ Pocket PC is exactly like the PC Card slot found on most notebook PCs. ... Read more

Features

  • Adds an industry-standard PCMCIA expansion slot to your iPAQ Pocket PC
  • Enables wireless connection to e-mail, the Web, and corporate networks
  • Supports cellular digital packet data (CDPD) card or wireless LAN PC Card (not included)
  • Greatly increases your iPAQ's functionality
  • Stylish and light design

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Can I use a TRENDnet 10/100 Mbps PCMCIA Fast Ethernet Card ?
I bought a TRENDnet 10/100 Mbps PCMCIA Fast Ethernet Card to use it with a Compaq Notebook. Can I use this card with the Compaq iPAQ PC Card Expansion Pack in a pocket PC iPAQ 3630?

4-0 out of 5 stars Q: Why so much more than the CF sleeve? A: a battery
In case you're wondering, the PCMCIA (PC Card) expansion pack costs more because it's got its own rechargeble battery (PC Cards need more juice than CF cards). I assume it recharges from the cradle along with the iPaq. It's bigger the the CF sleeve, of course, but if you want to be the first on your block with proper wireless web access (none of the Palm web clippings nonsense), you'll have to take the PC Card expansion route.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bulky is true, but very usefull......
This sleeve is bulky. There are reasons though. For one, you get a battery built-in that powers the adapters or storage devices without draining the main iPAQ battery source. This pack also has a power port that allows you to plug-in and charge the PDA battery and its own.

I bought this expansion pack to run the Compaq WL110 wireless LAN adapter, so I am a bit envious of the Toshiba e740 Pocket PC that has wireless built-in. Even the latest iPAQ does not come standard with wireless built-in. I suppose Compaq wants to continue the Expansion Pack sales.

There is a wide variety of Compaq Flash Card adapters. I would consider getting the CF card sleeve over this one if I had the choice over. The reasons would be the smaller size of the adapter cards, the standard CF memory cards which I use for a number of reasons such as digital photos and file storage, would fit natively without a CF card to PCMCIA adapter. Compaq makes a dual PCMCIA and CF card Expansion Pack. If you have the dough, that is the probably the ideal way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars If you have CDMA PCS 3G Wireless Service, this is a must...
I work for a CDMA PCS carrier here in Puerto Rico, it works great with the Gtran Dot.Surfer PCMCIA card. Speeds of 50 to 60 and bursts of up to 144 kbps are common. If you are outside the 3G coverage area, it still works 2G at 19.2 kbps speeds. If you need to connect via mobile to the net or your business, this is a must!!

5-0 out of 5 stars ...
I've got an ipaq 3835. I'm using the PC Card sleve with a Sierra Wireless CDPD modem, which draws very little power. Perfect tool for the remote sysadmin. ... Read more


156. Compaq iPAQ 282348-B21 Rugged Wireless Case
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00008G9EV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 28640
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157. Portsmith Enet Charging Cradle for iPAQ 3600/3700 Series
by MOBILITY ELECTRONICS

Asin: B00006B7JB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MOBILITY ELECTRONICS
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158. Compaq iPAQ 253516-B21Stand-up Battery Charger for 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900, 5400 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000659TE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 23200
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159. Compaq iPAQ 170339-B22Compact Flash Card Expansion Pack for 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900, 5400 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005AKV3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10921
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Compaq iPAQ CompactFlash expansion pack slides onto your iPAQ PocketPC and increases the functionality of your system. The unit easily attaches toyour iPAQ Pocket PC to create an expansion slot. You can plug in a variety ofdevices such as storage cards, LAN connections, modems, and bar code scannersdeveloped by other manufacturers. This expansion pack transforms your iPAQPocket PC into several devices in an easy, streamlined, and convenient manner. ... Read more

Features

  • Increases the functionality of your iPAQ Pocket PC
  • Adds a CompactFlash expansion slot
  • Permits plug-in storage cards and LAN connectivity
  • Can be used to connect modems or bar code scanners made by other manufacturers
  • Easy to install; stylish and lightweight

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good...But big
Before I begin, I love my iPaq. However, this is my biggest gripe with the iPaq, they need this expansion pack to throw a CF card into them. Without it, the iPaq is small and sleek; with it, it's huge. And, with the sheer amount of stuff out there with Compact Flash connectivity (modem, networking, CF cards, etc), I think it is inane that Compaq didn't at least include it with the iPaq. Or, better yet, build a CF slot into the machine.

Still, it is necessary for what I think is the best PDA on the market. While I think the idea is dumb, it works great and isn't all that expensive. Hence my 4 star rating

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Expansion
My iPAQ came with this expansion pack and it made all the difference in the world to just the organizer it is by itself.
I have a 256 Compact Flash Card where I have my MP3's and of course all my documents and photographs, I also have a modem to check my e-mail anywhere, and a Network card to connect at the office.
It is kind of bulky, but for me, it is as functional as a PC without having to carry the Laptop.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful! Slightly bulky though.
I bought this for my iPaq 3650. It works great but it adds a lot of bulk. As most of iPaq owners know, the iPaq is slitly bulky by itself, so when you add the CF Exp. Pack it's even bulkier. It is a great acessory, it has lots of advanteages (especially if you use your iPaq as an MP3 player a lot) It makes life easier! The only con is the bulkyness.

3-0 out of 5 stars Problem is not with the product
My problem with this product is not the functioning of it, but the fact that cases made for the IPAQ, won't support use of this product!!!

It works exactly as designed with no problems whatsoever. I can even plug in the sleeve "hot" and it works like plug and play. But if you need a case, you'll have to use an aftermarket "large" PDA case, or a small digital camera case.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for all ipaq users
Although it increases the weight of the unit, it is well
worth this extra storage space given. ... Read more


160. Pharos PK012 Pocket GPS Navigator for iPAQ 3800/3900/2200/4000/5000 Series with US Maps & Car Charger (iGPS-180)
by PHAROS
list price: $249.99
our price: $124.99
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Asin: B00006B7KR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 5010
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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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
  • Display highlighted route map or written text directions, and shows active satellites and signal strengths

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars No good for long trips
I have a 3900 series IPAQ and installed the software per the instructions. First problem, I could not open more than three maps at one time even though the book says ten. Second problem, there are gaps between the maps. I tried to have it plot me a trip from Atlanta, GA to Pensacola, FL. This is a straight-forward trip, but because of missing sections between the maps, it could not. Third problem, every second or third time I powered down the PDA when stopping for gas, I had to do a soft-reset to get the thing working at all. The system had no problems reconnecting to the GPS signal(s) during gas stops, except for these lockups, it usually took 30 to 45 seconds. Maps were accurate along the route, where maps were available. I found no updates available online to fix these problems. For around town I think it works great, but for any kind of distance, I would look into a different solution/product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Install/Use, latest software very good.
The unit installed very easily. The 12v connector worked very well and did not disconnect. Both the gps unit and the pda were powered from the 12v connection. The software loaded easily on the laptop and transferred to the iPAQ with no problems. The maps require a little forethought. However, loadiing all of the state of Indiana still left lots of room on an SD card for other things. The system takes about 90 seconds to acquire satellites and then routes very well. Have only used it for local routing, but that is where I would need help most anyway. I already know how to use the interstates to get from one large metropolitan area to another (i.e. Chicago to Cleveland is relatively easy get on the interstate and stay on it). Sometimes it tells you about an exit just a little to close to the ramp. The voice prompts are very helpful.

1-0 out of 5 stars Needs a lot of work ...
The Pharos GPS for iPAQ has the potential to be a good product, but the current version has some some definate challenges. The Ostia mapping sodfware is fairly easy and frindly to use, but that's where its good points end. The routing is not very intuitive. For example a simple direct route between two large cities connected by an interstate would not route that way. Instead the route has you getting on and off the interstate onto US or state roads several times. Presumably it is a shorter distance that way. I was told that version 4.01 corrects this and was offered a "Free*" upgrade. (*just my opinion, but when you pay for a product that is outdated when you get it, I just don't see is as you doing me any special favor by giving me a "free" upgrade). Well, anyway the upgrade did have an option to stick to highways but it didn't work, the software still routed me the same way. The software decides the best way to get from point A to point C, not you. You can't go via point B. The next issue was the hardware. The cigarette lighter plug would not maintain a connection and any time there was a power loss the GPS signal would be lost. The GPS signal itself was hard to get and hard to keep. I finally determined after much trial and error and frustration that the problem was the connector between the cable and the GPS antenna. I contacted Pharos Tech support via email and received no reply. I called and explained all the problems and requested a new cable. They would not do that, and insisted I send the cable for testing. Not wanting to be down, I requested Pharos ship me a new cable first that I would pay for then they could issue me a credit once they received the old cable and determined it was bad. They would not do that either. The only way they would work with me was for me to send them the cable for them to test and return within 2 days. I did. Three weeks later I got my old cable back, no explaination, no repair, just a box with a cable. Still didn't work.

Summary: Concept - 5 stars, Software - 2 stars, Tech Support - minus 100 stars. Maybe a real software company will buy Pharos someday because they really do have some good ideas, but do not seem to be able to make them wouk right and clearly know nothing about customer service or relations. For now, buy a Navman, I did and while it's not 100% perfect, it's pretty good and I'm happy with it. See my review for that product. ... Read more


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