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1. HP iPAQ FA109A#AC3 USB Desktop
list($359.00)
2. Hewlett Packard Jornada 520 Color
$47.49 $37.95 list($49.99)
3. HP iPAQ FA110A#AC3 Battery for
$29.99 list($39.99)
4. HP iPAQ Micro Keyboard for H4100
$90.24 list($199.99)
5. Socket BL4800-392 Socket Bluetooth
$36.09 $12.75 list($39.99)
6. HP iPAQ FA123A#AC3 USB/Serial
$17.95 list($29.99)
7. iConcepts USB HotSync and Charger
$59.88
8. Hewlett Packard Jornada 560 Series
$12.50 list($27.99)
9. HP iPAQ Leather Belt Case for
$46.54 $44.76 list($99.99)
10. Navman External Antenna for GPS
list($14.99)
11. PARENT- Sumdex Padded Palm Wallet
$3.00
12. Hewlett Packard Jornada 560 Series
$3.95 list($22.99)
13. Fellowes 98031 Universal Handheld
$108.29 $97.14 list($179.99)
14. Socket Communications Bluetooth
$149.99
15. HP - Handheld battery - 1 - 2500
$3.49 list($9.99)
16. Replacement Stylus - HP Jornada
$12.34 $10.98 list($12.99)
17. HP iPAQ FA111A#AC3 H2200 series
$148.50 list($249.99)
18. Pharos PK012 Pocket GPS Navigator
$649.99
19. HP iPAQ 5555 Pocket PC
list($44.95)
20. Sumdex Traveler Organizer-PDA

1. HP iPAQ FA109A#AC3 USB Desktop Cradle with Battery Slot for H2200 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $49.99
our price: $47.49
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Asin: B0000AAAP3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 32534
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Product Description

Plug in, charge up, and get synched all at once with this combination cradle and battery charger that works with the A/C adapter from the iPAQ h2200 box.

  • connect to your desktop or notebook via USB connection
  • transfer files and synchronize your schedule and address book in an instant
  • charge an extra removable battery (900 mAh, sold separately) in the built-in slot
  • monitor the battery status with the handy charge indicator light
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2. Hewlett Packard Jornada 520 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $359.00
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Asin: B00005AYD8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 57319
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Product Description

Add a personalized & creative touch to all your holiday celebrations! ClickArt�s new version of Celebrations & Holidays Deluxe is the perfect software to make every occasion just a little more special. Throughout the year, Celebrations & Holidays Deluxe provides you with the highest quality, hand-selected images that have each been specially crafted for all your creative projects. It�s one of the most comprehensive collections of festive images covering over 40 occasions, so there�s something for everyone. Adults and children alike easily make every project truly special and have fun doing it! ... Read more

Features

  • What's in the box: Jornada 520, Carrying pouch, Stylus, AC Adapter, Serial cable, UserÆs Guide, HP documentation pack, Microsoft ActiveSync CD-ROM

3. HP iPAQ FA110A#AC3 Battery for H2200 series
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $49.99
our price: $47.49
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Asin: B0000AAAOZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 12443
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Product Description

Made of quality 900 mAh Lithium-Ion, this battery will keep your iPAQ h2200 series handheld up and running during important meetings and on lengthy flights. Recharge either in your iPAQ on in the cradle.

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4. HP iPAQ Micro Keyboard for H4100 & H2200 series Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000CG81Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3346
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Attach this remarkably small, lightweight keyboard to your iPAQ Pocket PC h2200 or h4100 series model for easy QWERTY thumb key data entry.

  • Fit securely on your iPAQ Pocket PC h2200 or h4100 series iPAQ
  • Be comfortable with the ergonomic design and standard QWERTY layout
  • Type comfortably and fast anywhere
Thumbs up H2200 Micro keyboard!

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Features

  • One-year limited warranty
  • Fit securely on your iPAQ Pocket PC h2200 or h4100 series iPAQ
  • Be comfortable with the ergonomic design and standard QWERTY layout
  • Type comfortably and fast anywhere
  • Thumbs up H2200 Micro keyboard

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mini Keyboard!!!
I really like this keyboard, very useful since I don't like to use the Grafitti text input method because I think that I'll scratch my screen (I really take a lot of care to not scratch my screen).

Highly recommended!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy yourself some time.
I own the Ipaq 4155. I am using this keyboard to write this review. Set up was so simple and the layout is easy to learn. I used this keyboard to send an e-mail within 10 minutes. Much much faster than block reckognizer. I had planned on purchasing this keyboard when I first got my 4155 but delayed a coulple monthsand just used block reckognizer. How sorry I am that I waited. I write more e-mail and take more notes now. This is a must have accessory.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent keyboard, not perfect
PROS:
1. The spacing between the keys and the feel of each key-press are both engineered very well and allows me to type quickly with just two thumbs
2. The keyboard fits perfectly under my h2210 -- there is no rattling, it won't detatch accidentally, and it attaches relatively easily
3. The software and hardware installation was complete in under 2 minutes
4. I haven't tested this with all programs, but the gameboy/SNES/etc emulator MorphGear allows you to map the hardware keyboard buttons to the controller buttons within the program -- this means you'll have enough hardware buttons to play SNES games

CON:
1. The thickness of the keyboard is a little more than i had expected -- it seems like it's about 1.5 times the thickness of the iPaq 2210, which destroys the sleekness of the iPaq with the keyboard attached

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent keyboard! (but too much software interferences)
I purchased this keyboard to be used with my iPAQ 3835.I've had this keyboard for almost two months and it has worked very well--the keys are easy to press, typing speed increases as you get more used to it, and it does not add too much more to the length and thickness of the unit.

Using the numeric keys takes a little to get used to, as the num-lock key needs to be enabled and sometimes it's easy to forget to unlock it since there is no on-screen indicator.All the numbers are on the top row of the keyboard and are not laid out in a "numeric keyboard" layout.Also, for those who have previously used the Targus keyboard with their iPAQs, you need to uninstall the Targus software to allow this keyboard to work--hence, you will be unable to use your old keyboard.An added plus is that the keys and the hot-keys will not turn on your iPAQ directly, preventing accidental use.

Also, I use the pharos GPS system and the software of the keyboard also messes with the GPS software--you would need to shut off the keyboard, then do a soft-reset prior to using the GPS device.

Overall, this is an excellent piece of hardware for the iPAQ, it substitutes well for the on-screen input methods in accuracy and allows for quicker input.I would have given it 5 stars if it did not conflict with the other software programs--something that should have been considered, especially coming from HP.

5-0 out of 5 stars Handy little keyboard
I recently picked up an Ipaq 4155 and this keyboard to go along with it.I chose this over the 4355 with the built-in keyboard since the 4355 is just too large to carry around all the time.

The keyboard is as small as possible while still being easy to use, and it weighs almost nothing.Driver installation was a snap.I've had no problems with it so far.

If you are like me and could use a keyboard for your iPaq sometimes, but not all the time, go for this with the 4155 over the 4355.If you will need it the majority of the time and you dont mind the additional size, the 4355 may be a better match for you.Of course if you need a keyboard for the 2200 series this is also the way to go.

Small, easy to use, light - well worth the price. ... Read more


5. Socket BL4800-392 Socket Bluetooth Card
by Socket
list price: $199.99
our price: $90.24
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Asin: B00007FKC0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Socket
Sales Rank: 21620
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Product Description

Socket (BL4800-392) SOCKET BLUETOOTH CARD ... Read more

Features

  • Easy printing with Bluetooth-enabled printer
  • Bluetooth card for mobile phones and Pocket PCs
  • Smallest available card for Pocket PC
  • Integrated with Windows CE
  • Energy efficient

6. 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: $36.09
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Asin: B0000CDF11
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6477
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Product Description

Here's a home for your iPAQ Pocket PC and a quick-and-easy connection to your personal computer. Don't fumble around with cables to synchronize your iPAQ Pocket PC with your office or home PC. ... Read more

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

7. iConcepts USB HotSync and Charger for HP Jornada (540 and 560 series)
by iConcepts
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005V9BM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iConcepts
Sales Rank: 13362
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fast, lightweight, and perfect for when you're on the go
  • Synchronize and charge your HP Jornada Pocket PC at home and the office
  • Compatible with Jornada 540 and 560 series Pocket PCs
  • USB-compatible connectivity
  • Connectivity without needing to carry a charging cradle with you

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars This product works well!
After reading some reviews I was concerned that this product would not work as advertised, but I am here to tell you that this product works very well!

4-0 out of 5 stars USB Connector is large
I have a HP Omnibook 4150 and jornada 560, I do hate traveling with the original charger and cradle, I was excited finding a single lightweight cable that do both functions, but before I purchase it, I read all the customer reviews and I found strange the Amazon's...product review explaining that the cable simply does not work until he received two more from iConcepts support with different configurations. Any way I decided to buy it and guess what?... it charges the PDA but does not sync!, it is recognized when it is plugged between PC and PDA but just in the minute you expect to see files synchronizing it appears a "No connected" window.
Due to [the] review I thought that maybe one cable was maybe making shortcut or that one connector cable was swapped... I tested both the cable and the original hp cradle with a "multimeter" expecting to find something different but unfortunately both were exactly the same!. I have access to the HP Jornada's support center technicians and they can't find an answer to what's happening. I tried with another jornada and friend's PC (expecting that mine were having a problem) but it made the same error. There are two things that I believe are happening:
1) The cable can't support the bandwidth required to do sync.
2) The connector pins are slightly shorter that the hp cradle so maybe one of those are not making contact with the PDA.

...the solution was different!, I noticed that the USB connector in the plastic part was thicker than others, that avoid the cable to go all the way in, causing the "no conection messagge" so I handmade cut the plastic connector of the USB side, in order to the metallic conector and pins are longer like 1/8 inch and the cable works excelent!!! thats why I give 4 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice portable alternative to the hot-sync cradle, but.....
This cable is a great portable alternative to the hot-sync cradle that comes with the Jornada, which tends to be bulky and difficult to carry. And while it functions just like the cradle, it allows you to charge your PDA directly from the computer/lap-top's USB port.

However, there is one shortcoming. Obviously, the level of power that the USB port provides is much less than that of a regular wall outlet. Consequently, charging time is greatly increased. because of this, I would only recommend the cable for travel when you can't bring the hotsync along.

5-0 out of 5 stars It was great
It was easy to use and charged my HP Joranda 540 handheld.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for travellers
Of course don't forget that your PDA can only charge if your laptop is on. ... Read more


8. Hewlett Packard Jornada 560 Series Extended Battery Pack
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00005V6F9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 40609
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HP is a leading technology solutions provider for consumers and businesses with market leadership in fault-tolerant servers, UNIX servers, Linux servers, Windows servers, storage solutions, management software, imaging and printing and PCs. Its R&D investment fuels the invention of products, solutions and new technologies, so that HP can better serve customers and enter new markets. HP invents, engineers and delivers technology solutions that drive business value, create social value and improve the lives of its customers. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Enough to last all day!
I bought this along with a travel charger for my car just in case, after three months, I have only used the travel charger twice because I couldn't make it home. The extended battery lasts me all day on my 568! From 7am-7pm, I've yet to make it lose it's charge. It does add a 1/4 inch to the back of the Jornada, but hey I went from a palm 505 to a Jornada, I can add a little more to make it really out do my old 505! Great Investment! ... Read more


9. HP iPAQ Leather Belt Case for 1900 and 4100 series Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $27.99
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Asin: B0000AAAZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 20401
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

This case's sleek form fitting leather design is made to carry the handheld on its own, and contains an extra pocket behind the iPAQ Pocket PC that can be used for business cards or credit cards. Each case is equipped with a belt clip for extra mobility. ... Read more

Features

  • One-year limited warranty
  • Stylish and convenient leather belt case
  • Attach to your belt clip
  • Store business cards, credit cards, and other small items
  • Compatibility: HP h1900, h2200, h4100 series

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice case
Ok, so the specs for this case are wrong.There's no place to put a credit card.Still, it's a good, slim case.For people on the move, who don't need to carry anything more than a few SD cards for their PDA, this is probably the best case you can buy.

I especially like the attached metal belt clip.Once you put it on, it's not going anywhere.I can't handle those flimsy detachable belt clips that most cases have... they don't clip on as securely, and break off too easily.

3-0 out of 5 stars Solid Case - Flawed Design
I decided to buy this case because it was made by HP. You would figure who would know better than the manufacturer itself on how to make a case for it's own products. This case fits my IPAQ 1935 (1900 series) snugly and perfectly. It's very secure and I don't worry about the Ipaq ever falling out. It also leaves space open at tops to plug in earphones while the case is closed. The leather is sturdy and soft - looks very elegant and professional. However unless you are buying form over function, my biggest complaint is that I constantly have to remove the IPAQ from the case to use it. The trifold does not allow you to access the IPAQ while it is within the case, you have to take it out to use it which is annoying because what do you do with the case when you are holding the IPAQ?

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed!
I decided to buy this item because the online manual said it can store credit cards etc. so that I could replace my wallet. I just got the item and there is no inside pocket except two tiny ones for storing SD cards. The bottom of the case is open so that there is no way to store credit cards unless you want to lose them... At the minimum, it is right size for iPAQ 4155, though. ... Read more


10. Navman External Antenna for GPS 3450 and iCN630
by Navman
list price: $99.99
our price: $46.54
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Asin: B00009KP3F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Navman
Sales Rank: 25165
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Ideal for larger vehicles which may have limited GPS reception in the passenger compartment/cab:For use with.Navman GPS 3450.iCN 630.CN 635.iCN 650. ... Read more

Features

  • Antenna provides users with enhanced reception where there is poor visibility of the open sky

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect antenna
This antenna is perfect. It is small, has a magnetic base and plugs right into my Delphi NA1000/Navman 630.Picks up all visible satellites for better reception and faster lock.The price is right too!MSRP is $79

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Unit for the Price
I just got this unit for $249.00 on sale.It works fantastic.Most complaints I have heard have to do with user error and not getting the apporpriate updates.Works like a dream, I recommend it highly.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dont buy GPS stuff from Navman
The product is weak and the company is bad at customer service. ... Read more


11. PARENT- Sumdex Padded Palm Wallet (Silver)
by Sumdex
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B000062WWV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sumdex
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (40)

5-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
This PDA case is almost perfect.I have found it to be durable and effective at protecting my Palm from harm.The bright color makes my Palm easy to find on my cluttered desk.If the case had pockets for expansion cards and so forth, it would be perfect!

1-0 out of 5 stars Too Big
This case is much too big for Palm Zire, and also cheap looking.I don't like it at all and will not use it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does as Advertised.
Simply, this is a PDA case, and functions just fine as one. Obviously it is larger than your PDA by a bit, as it must protect it, fairly slim, though. Zipper operates smoothly, and the padding works well, protects nicely. The interior velcro will hold the PDA well, but I am not sure what the elastic is for, possibly a pen, but certainly not your stylus. That's about it. A good case for the price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Too Big!
This is a very nice looking wallet for PDA's, but is too big for the Palm m130.

5-0 out of 5 stars really holds up
I throw my PDA in my backpack, and I throw my backpack around when I get to work or when I get home. It's a good thing it's encased in this wallet--it never gets crushed or scuffed. It's not much bigger than my Handspring, either. I am glad I bought it. ... Read more


12. Hewlett Packard Jornada 560 Series Stylus Pen
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00005V6F7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 27795
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Features

  • Keep extra stylus pens around in case you lose one
  • Perfect for entering quick notes and contact information
  • Pack of three original pens
  • Compatible with HP Jornada 560 series Pocket PCs

13. Fellowes 98031 Universal Handheld PDA Case
by Fellowes
list price: $22.99
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Asin: B00004WHR5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fellowes
Sales Rank: 34964
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Fellows offers a Universal Handheld PDA Case. This is a stylish, durable, faux leather case that holds almost any size handheld computer. It includes compartments for credit cards, a removable notepad, and holders for a pen and stylus. Surdy Velcro attachment keeps PDA secure. Zippered closure protects and secures your PDA and accessory pieces. It also supports all major Palm Computing platforms and Windows CE devices. ... Read more

Features

  • Durable faux leather case
  • Includes compartments for credit cards, a removable notepad, and holders for pen and stylus
  • Sturdy Velcro attachment keeps PDA secure
  • Zippered closure protects and secures PDA and accessory pieces
  • Supports all major Palm Computing platforms and Windows CE devices

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars A perfect size
SIZED JUST RIGHT
This Pocket PC holder is just right in size.I orignally purchased the travel size pocket PC holder from Fellowes and it just didn't cut it.It was too big and bulky without the capacity to justify the size.This one is smallenough to drop in your purse or briefcase.
(1-1/2" deep x 4-3/4" wide x 6-3/8 long)

THE RIGHT STUFF PROVIDED FOR
This is one of the few Pocket PC holders that had a spot both for the stylus and a pen and a spot for a pad of paper.
It seems odd with all the capacity of a Pocket PC to want a pad of paper, but hey, try to leave a note for someone with just a Pocket PC in hand.Hence my wanting paper and pen at hand too.
Also, under where the pad of paper fits and is provided, you can put credit or business cards.There is no wasted space.

EXPENSIVE LOOKING THOUGH NOT REAL LEATHER
This handheld Pocket PC case is expensive looking and feeling, with a plastic zipper that has a large metal tang that is easy to grasp.The plastic zipper is desirable as many Pocket PC owners complained of the metal zippers damaging the finish on their devices. The large metal zipper pull makes it easy to close up quickly.

This is the best mix of size and capacity I have seen on the market for the Pocket PC, and I've looked at them all.The price is right too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps your palm and other stuff too!
For this price it aint gonna last I got mine at office max on sale for 14.95 but even for 22.95 it still aint gonna last.It holds your PDA and other stuff but it is still small.I would reccommend this as the best pda case because you can put any PDA in it not just a special type!§§ ... Read more


14. Socket Communications Bluetooth Connection Kit
by Socket Communications, Inc.
list price: $179.99
our price: $108.29
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Asin: B00005RZP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Socket Communications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 35649
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Socket (BL4508309) SOCKET BLUETOOTH CARD ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with Windows CE v2.11 computers and greater
  • Use your Pocket PC with a Bluetooth enabled phone for wireless internet access
  • Fully integrated antenna doesn't change the size or look of your Pocket PC
  • Use standard Windows CE dial-up networking software to initiate a data call with your phone
  • Energy efficient design minimizes battery consumption

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Relatively, it's very easy
As far as getting this card to work with my PDA, this card was certainly the easiest.I also bought an AmbiCom BT2000 card, and with that card I couldn't get my PDA to connect to my phone.It was very nice, just didn't work with my PDA well.After that experience, this took me 10 minutes.

Important added bonus - this is the least obnoxious card out there.It's so small that it does not stick out of the slot, which prevents it from being seen and/or damaged.Blinking lights on your card are overrated!

5-0 out of 5 stars This works like a charm!
I'm using an Audiovox Maestro with the Socket card + an Ericsson T68 cell phone. I don't know what the complaints are about, it works like a charm. I keep the phone in my pocket and web-browse using my PDA, or I can synch them wirelessly. Setup was a complete breeze, the current Socket software for handhelds walks you through the process. I can't imagine this being any easier, and I'm shocked by the other comments. Maybe their beta software sucked, but the release versions are wizard-driven and simple.

4-0 out of 5 stars Portable and effective, could use some improvement.
There are a few annoying things with this unit.It doesn't always connect when it should, but resetting the Jornada makes the connection work.It certainly isn't as fast as I would like, average speed of 14.4.
All in all, the portability and functionality makes this a great buy.If you have the bluetooth kit and a pocket PC, this is a must have; at least until the next level improved modem comes along!

2-0 out of 5 stars Anything but "easy" to use
The marketing hype says "easy and simple", I'm finding that Bluetooth is anything but.Had to download beta-test software from the manufacturer to make this card work with my PDA, and am now to consider myself an "early adopter".What happened to "simple and easy"-- and the card is selling for top dollar. ... Read more


15. HP - Handheld battery - 1 - 2500 mAh
by Hewlett-Packard

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Asin: B0000CDF0Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Sales Rank: 39078
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Product Description

Information technology professionals rely on HP quality to ensure maximum productivity. As the power of applications, processors, memory adapters and storage devices increases, high-end computer users are seeking ways to optimize their system performance. HP provides leading solutions, adding new levels of performance, availability, flexibility, and management. ... Read more

Features

  • Keep your iPAQ running; no need to run back to your desk to recharge it
  • Recharge it two ways: on the unit or via the stand-up charger
  • Conveniently click the battery on and off with a latch on the back of the iPAQ

16. Replacement Stylus - HP Jornada 560 Series (3-Pack)
by CompanionLink Software
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00006JK0Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: CompanionLink Software
Sales Rank: 17976
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Features

  • Made of high quality, rugged and long lasting plastic
  • Custom Designed for the HP Jornada 560 Series (3-Pack of Black)
  • Tired of searching for your stylus? Lost the original stylus already?
  • Keep extra styli at home, at the office, in the car or wherever you use your PDA.
  • This one-piece stylus comes in black and fits in the stylus silo of your handheld

17. HP iPAQ FA111A#AC3 H2200 series Stylus - 3 pack
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $12.99
our price: $12.34
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Asin: B0000A98DZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 13459
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Product Description

Just as extra pens are handy when you're writing and run out of ink or lose the pen, extra styli are critical when you're iPAQing. Keep scratches off your screen with these three lightweight replacement pens for the h2200 series.

... Read more


18. 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
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Asin: B00006B7KR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 35442
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Pocket GPS Navigator is comprised of the iGPS hardware and the Ostia navigation software supplied on CD-ROMs. With the navigation software installed on your HP iPAQ, locating your current position, or finding a destination or point of interest (POI) is fast and simple. Routes can be calculated and viewed. Once you're in your vehicle, simply activate the navigation program and begin traveling; the automated voice-prompts will instruct you when and where to turn. If by chance you go "off route, " the automated voice will give an off-route warning. Simply push the "Action" button on your HP iPAQ and the system will reroute you to your destination from your current position. ... Read more

Features

  • Display highlighted route map or written text directions, and shows active satellites and signal strengths
  • 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

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars unbelievable
I find it hard to review this product since I bought a new one online (not Amazon) and the ostia software was not in it. The company does not back their product.They would not help me in no way.I do not like sending business to a company that does not look out for their customers.I don't think Pharos is a company anyone should buy from.I am on disability and have memory problems if anyone has any suggestions please let me know.

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


19. HP iPAQ 5555 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00009RL1Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16772
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Give yourself a jump on the competition by letting the iPAQ h5555 Pocket PC increase your mobile productivity. Communicate wirelessly while securely accessing and managing information on your own preferred schedule. Access the Internet, e-mail, and corporate data at home, at work, or on the go with the integrated Bluetooth and WLAN 802.11b wireless capability. Protect your data with the fingerprint-recognition feature, VPN software, 64-bit and 128-bit WEP, F-Secure FileCrypto Data Encryption, and Xcellenet Afaria device management. Easily print documents, e-mail attachments, and pictures straight from your HP iPAQ h5555 to an HP printer. Enjoy brilliant color and image sharpness courtesy of the transflective TFT LCD (64, 000 colors). Be ergonomically correct with the five-way navigation button, touch-sensitive display for stylus, built-in speaker and microphone, and more� Do more as your needs grow with the expansion pack support and compatible accessories. ... Read more

Features

  • Biometric fingerprint reader for serious security
  • What's in the box: iPAQ Pocket PC, USB Desktop cradle/charger, AC Adapter, holster with belt clip, lithium-ion battery, getting started poster; charger adapter, hp iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD
  • A powerful and flexible Pocket PC with enhanced security and wireless features
  • Integrated Bluetooth for wireless connectivity both in and out of the office
  • All the benefits of the Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 Premium operating system

Reviews (43)

2-0 out of 5 stars HP Ipaq 5555
I have owned the Ipaq 5555 for a year.My review is far from positive. The unit has glitzy features but many disappointments.Battery life is not long enough for practical professional use. Handwriting recognition is about 90% at best and usually less.The unit has a slippery exterior that should be kept in a case; a poor engineering design , unless they want one to drop it.
What is most disappointing is the one year warrantee support from HP.I developed synching problems. HP support put me through a variety of time consuming phone support resets et al.Finally they agreed (reluctantly) to accept the unit for analysis. We sent it in. The J2 connector on the main board was cracked.Despite a lack of any signs or history of external abuse, they claimed the unit must have been dropped and sustained significant impact.They are not planning to honor the warrantee.I am the only one who uses this unit. HP does not honor their warrantee.I would not recommend purchasing this unit.
Other limitations are common to most PDAs.Slow compared to PCs, laptops, tablets.Poor screen size for internet.
For the price this is not worth it.
On the positive side the security features were valuable to me as a physician to protect confidential patient information.Otherwise it had little special to offer over units costing a fraction of the price.
Wireless internet was of little value due to the slowness of connecting and unreliability of auto connecting.Within my own home I could walk downstairs to use the PC to access and get internet info more expediently. The only time it helped was on the road, and that was limited. Email access from the PDA is not happening for me.
Many programs have to be purchased for PDA use that would be built in to most laptops and other PCs. Bluetooth devices are too pricey to be a good value.
I think PDAs are great for storing contact info and making notes, but should not be pushed into the realm of truer computing.They should be easily held and capable of sustaining 4 foot falls.
Again, I would specifically avoid the HP products because they are not honoring their warrantee, using flimsy evidence to shift the blame off their poor engineering of a handheld onto the user. Get a far less expensive Palm for basic contact and calendar use, a laptop or tablet for on the road computing and bypass these expensive and impractical Ipaqs.

1-0 out of 5 stars waste of time
Total and complete data failure (and will not restore even after a full backup) 6 X in the last four months. This is after warranty replacement of the unit (based upon the old "we don't know why it does that") -

Avoid this PPC until they make one that is suitable for everyday use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unreliable
This must be the most frustrating device it has ever been my misfortune to own! With some regularity, and with no apparent reason, it resets itself to factory settings. I spend more time restoring and reinstalling than I actually spend productively.

At least 5-6 times per day, I have to do a soft reset because the thing locks up. Half the time it won't connect or sync either via USB or wireless.

I've had the iPAQ for a year now, and am just getting ready to do a complete reinstall. Once again, it reset itself. Two weeks ago, same thing. This is the last time, however, there is a hammer in the iPAQ's future. I mean it.

Afterthought: who ever heard of a device that can't be turned off? What numbskull designed a computer that loses everything if it loses power? Duh.

5-0 out of 5 stars I have used my 5555 for a year
To get absolute use out of this machine I would recommend the SanDisk 1 gig memory (inserts in topof 5555 easily .. about 300 bucks), Pocket map navigator (absolutely wonderful about 350 bucks) Sierra wireless aircard750 (so you can use it as a cell)and Microsoft voice recognition (works great) so you can select and play your tunes.This is a brilliantly designed machine..more usability just keeps popping out of it every day. One fair warning.. it's hell to learn to run correctly. The documentation is terrible but tech support has been patient during my dozen or so phone calls for help. I have dropped this machine and it still works so it is durable. The 5555 makes all other PDA's look like junk once you are on top of it. Forget the expense.. just buy it, fight it and make it work to do the things you want it to do. Oh, and download the software so you can watch movies on it too (another 50 bucks). You can put about 8 movies on the san disk. Don't waste money with the double expansion pack, get the single, it will still fit in your shirt pocket and do all the above.

5-0 out of 5 stars Earlier Review about Battery Replacement is Incorrect
An earlier review (August, 2003) contained the following incorrect information:

"The problem that has plagued HP since the 3000 series started is the battery. It isn't replaceable by any part that you can get your hands on, and it has a shelf life of about 1.5 years."

In fact, the iPAQ 5555 battery IS replaceable and many people recommend that users carry a spare battery if they expect to use the PDA heavily. ... Read more


20. Sumdex Traveler Organizer-PDA Case - Black
by Sumdex
list price: $44.95
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Asin: B000092ZVZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sumdex
Sales Rank: 32884
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

For over 15 years Sumdex has been a specialist in accessory case products for the rapidly changing computer and consumer electronics industry. If you are looking for the absolute best quality product and a broad offering with innovative design, Sumdex is your only choice.PRODUCT FEATURES: Made of Black Cross-Lock Ballistic Nylon; PDA section with Velcro patch; Zippered side pocket; Travel document compartment and organizer pockets for business cards, credit cards, etc; Pen/stylus holder; Hand strap; Rear pocket. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with most organizers and palmsize PCs, including all PalmPilot models and Garmin iQue
  • Holds stylus or pen
  • Business, credit, and ID card pockets
  • Zippered closure
  • Separate cash compartment

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Everything a PDA user could ask for-- almost
Ever since changing from a paper planner to a PDA, I'd been scouring the web for a cool case to carry it in. I found one I liked pretty well, it had room for credit cards and my palm but not really anyplace to store cash.Okay, if you wadded the bills up carefully they could go in this one pocket, but because they were folded a couple of times this quickly got bulky and besides, there was still no where to put my change. So I'd wind up carrying my pda case inside a purse, so I could still have access to my wallet and checkbook.There went the convenience of having such a small and smart planner-- with the purse I was carrying around something bigger and bulkier than my old paper planner!

I was very excited when I finally came across this item at Amazon. It's got room for almost everything, plenty of pockets to put things in, lots of credit card slots and a nice, big zippered compartment behind the checkbook holder that was perfect for un-folded bills and even spare change!It's all in a sturdy backpack-like material and closes smartly with a zipper.What more could a girl ask for?

Just one thing.It needs to have some sort of a pocket on the outside for my cell phone, and then it will truely have everything on my wish list.For now, I am clipping my phone to the outside flat pocket, but I'd like something that protects the face of my phone better, and it makes me nervous to rely soley on the clip for the safety of my phone.

Still, it was an excellent choice and one I would make again, I still haven't seen anything I like better.With the exception of the cell phone issue, it really is a smart, stylish all-in-one organizer for all your stuff in one place, and it keeps everything beautifully organized. ... Read more


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