Offering the bare minimum, the HP iPaq Glisten fails to impress us. It can serve the role of a basic messaging smartphone, but there are better alternatives out there.
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The HP iPaq 910c offers mobile professionals a well-stocked, messaging-centric smartphone, but it faces stiff competition from the likes of HTC, Samsung, and Motorola.
The HP iPaq hw6900 series offers a lot for the road warrior, including GPS functionality, e-mail, and productivity tools, but there are better-designed and faster-performing smart phones out there.
Despite a sleek design and an attractive feature set, the HP iPaq 310 Travel Companion shows an ugly side with inaccurate route recalculations and poor voice directions that makes us say pass for now.
Light, thin, and ready for just about anything the business world can throw at it, HP's iPaq rx1950 is a strong performer but falls short with lack of Bluetooth and low memory.
Despite some niggling design flaws and the lack of 3G support, the HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger offers outstanding voice-command features as well as the enhanced productivity tools of Windows Mobile 6.
The HP iPaq rx5900 Travel Companion delivers a sleek all-in-one navigation, productivity, and entertainment device to mobile professionals; we just wish it had better battery life.
With ample memory, Intel's latest processors, and some form of wireless connectivity, the HP iPaq hx2000 series offers a feature-rich and secure PDA for mobile professionals. Executives carrying sensitive information on their handheld will particularly appreciate the hx2750's biometric fingerprint reader for enhanced security.
Though a bit pricey, the iPaq Navigation System's strong reception and easy-to-read maps get you on the road to a smooth trip.
The hx4700 offers powerful features and solid performance for on-the-go professionals--just be prepared to pay a hefty price.