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You want to do more with life? The iPAQ Pocket PC H3760 is designed to ride along on the voyage of life - in your pocket or mounted to your mountain bike. It's not much bigger than a calculator is. Sle...

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Excellent

“My slim pocket mate”

published 06/07/2002

Lots of features

Cost

My Compaq iPAQ (Model 3760) is slim line and robust and provides truly portable access to most of the features in Outlook, including diary information, contacts, task management and off-line e-mail facilities. You can also read, compose and edit Word and Excel documents when you ar out and about...

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“My best friend, or maybe not”

published 26/03/2001

Synchronisation with MS Office, very clear screen

Data input too fiddly, difficult to use in a hurry

I’ve owned an iPAQ for three months now and would like to offer some thoughts on it after using it pretty extensively during that period. Some of what I say will be applicable to all PDAs, and some only to the iPAQ. I start the review by describing the iPAQ then offer some thoughts about...

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“A Very Remarkable PDA”

published 21/06/2001

Features and functions, operational speed, compact

None

I’ve almost written about every electronic device or appliance that I possess, expect for my PDA, which I got during the first week of this month. I work in the Export business so the company decided to replace my existing Laptop with a newer version. I suggested that we go for the PDA due...

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Satisfactory

“IPAQ SchmIPAQ”

published 22/11/2002

big enough too see off a serious mugger

heavy enough to prevent escape from a serious mugg...

OK – here goes... I have, arrayed in front of me, a Palm V and a Compaq IPAQ 3850. I am crying quietly. Why? Because having been quite content with my Palm V for several years I recently convinced myself that I needed an IPAQ. What a prat. To exacerbate matters, I didn't just settle for a basic...

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Excellent

“The IPAQ Exposed - Updated”

published 22/07/2001

Data Connection with Orange

price tag

The Compaq IPAQ See my reviews under the PALM III, The PALM IIIc, The Aero, and Jornada for comparisons. I have used my IPAQ now for about six months and I am very impressed. It is fast and easy to use and looks absolutely great, I can do everything that I need to do and more and best of all is...

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Excellent

Size, Functionality, Opperating System

Price

"The Compaq Pocket PC 3870" Theres something in there that gives you a clue as to what it is. Can you guess which bit? Yup, thats right, "pocket PC". There have been many PDA's (Personal Digital Assistant) over the last few years that have claimed to be "pocket PC's", but few could really live up...

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Super

“The best thing i have”

published 05/05/2003

Good

Bad

"The Compaq Pocket PC 3870" Theres something in there that gives you a clue as to what it is. Can you guess which bit? Yup, thats right, "pocket PC". There have been many PDA's (Personal Digital Assistant) over the last few years that have claimed to be "pocket PC's", but few could really live up...

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“Good but troublesome”

published 31/01/2001

Quick, easy to use, easy sync of Microsoft program...

No support for non-Microsoft software, crashing, b...

The reps where I work all have laptop pc's so that they can write letters, e-mail and run a central contact database. They were always complaining that they were too large, took too long to boot-up and were not practical to use when visiting customers. The older PDA's weren't up to doing what was...

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Excellent

Fast, sleek, expandable, runs Windows, lots of thi...

Difficult to get accesories in UK, bit pricey, sha...

I love gadgets! And this is my new favourite! Although I had a few problems finding out how to do things, now I’ve got the hang of it I cannot find fault with the iPAQ. I have a Nokia 6210 mobile phone, which means I can connect to the Internet with my iPAQ at 28.8k. The iPAQ has a copy of...

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Super

“The iPaq 6 months on”

published 19/06/2001

Looks, TFT screen, ARM power,

Battery life, software limitations

Last February, I ditched the Palm V and bought the Compaq iPaq 32Mb. I wanted more memory space and I liked its looks, feel and potential. I have now been using for 6 months and can report the following pros and cons. The iPaq is first of all a substantial investment but at the time was the best...

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“Amazing little toy”

published 06/02/2001

Portable and sleek, value for money

Not many pocket applications to choose from

Well to say the Compaq ipac is a toy is an understatement. The ipac is actually a pc with mobility which fits into your pocket. Standard applications include pocket word, pocket excel, email, windows media player to play mp3 songs, electronic books, and what's more, games. Two games are available...

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Super

windows in your pocket.

battery life

The current model pocket pc I have is the compaq ipaq H3830 and its spec is as follows. Operating system : Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Display : TFT LCD, 64K colors Memory (Ram) : 32 meg Memory (Rom) : 32 meg Processor : 206 Mhz strong arm processor I have been using this device as a direct...

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Excellent

“Go for grey”

published 09/04/2001

Battery life, battery life, and um... battery life

Less memory than 3630, not colour (is that really ...

I remember being angst-ridden for weeks when I was contemplating my first PDA. Firstly, could I justify the expense of a new iPAQ? Secondly, could I stretch to a colour screen? Yes and no, and I'm glad. I can give you three reasons why buying the Compaq iPAQ 3130 was the right decision to make...

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Super

Flashy looks and slim design

Battery life - need I say more?

I got the H3660 for my 21st birthday and couldn't wait to play with it. I spent ages putting all of my addresses onto it and even took it to lectures to make notes on it. After battling with the handwriting recognition software, I bought Calligrapher. Then I cursed and bought a Stowaway keyboard...

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Super

versatile, great colors

relatively expensive, sometimes slow

I switched from Palm to Compaq Ipaq and the differences are stunning. It is actually completely useless to compare the two, so I won't even try. I have had my Ipaq 3850 now for about 6 months and I am still amazed at what is possible with this unit: apart from the standard contact and time...

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