The HP Elite X3 is a high-end Windows phone built with serious business in mind.
If you need a smartphone as a business tool, the h6365 is a solid choice. On the other hand, if you're seeking a stylish gadget, you'd do better to look elsewhere.
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.
A feature-packed smartphone that's well-suited to business users, but it lacks the style and design-prowess of the BlackBerry.
Though it comes with some business-centric security features, this iPaq falls short when compared with other Windows Mobile devices out there.
With its HSDPA and GPS support, innovative virtual scroll wheel and sturdy build quality, the iPAQ 614c is not short on appealing features. However, we think its chunky dimensions and short battery life will put off many potential buyers
The iPAQ 514 doesn't exactly set the pulse racing but it's a decent budget option for business users thanks to its good build quality, impressive battery life and Windows Mobile 6 software
While bulky, the iPaq h6315 offers strong performance and plenty of high-end features for professionals looking for an all-in-one device.
The HP Veer is small, but its webOS software extremely capable -- like a goldfish with the brain of a shark. Its diminutive screen may not be to everyone's taste, but it's a fabulous all-round smart phone that fits in any pocket.
The HP iPaq rx5965 Travel Companion delivers a sleek all-in-one navigation, productivity, and entertainment device to mobile professionals; we just wish it had better battery life.
The hw6515 is a Pocket PC, a quad-band phone, a GPS navigator and a 1.3-megapixel camera all rolled into one. Why is it, then, that we still want more from this device?
With HP being the Godfather of business PDAs you would expect the 914c to offer an ideal platform to handle any of your business requirements. Generally it does, but its design is not perfect and there are a few missing features that would benefit the modern working professional, such as a front-facing video camera, a TV-out function and a larger screen
HP's latest iPAQ is a no-frills experiment in Windows Mobile 6.1 with unremarkable hardware and a price-point that falls evenly between the cheapest in the market and the most expensive. We've found the 912c passable, but painfully average.
The BlackBerry for non-corporate users who require extensive multimedia capabilities, in addition to push-email.
The HP Pre 3 looks powerful and we already love its slick webOS software. But the lack of apps and fellow Pre users will make you a lone wolf on the smart-phone tundra.