The H3950 has lots of things to recommend it--especially its screen--but it's overpriced.
Despite some performance issues, the H5450 could be a useful PDA for corporate types who want to stay constantly connected.
The HP iPaq hx2790 is a PDA for those who are looking for a traditional, businesscentric approach to ultraportable computing and don't mind paying for it.
Though it lacks the Wi-Fi of the high-end H5550, the step-down H5150 offers Bluetooth capability and compatibility with a broad range of iPaq add-ons.
HP iPaq rz1715 Mobile Media Companion
HP iPaq Pocket PC H1945
HP iPaq rx3115 Mobile Media Companion
While the HP iPaq rx3715's Media Companion functions didn't inspire us, this PDA's features and top-notch performance make it well worth considering.
If you liked the slim form factor of the H1940 but were waiting for a unit with built-in Wi-Fi, this is it.
It's longer than your average Pocket PC, but its integrated keyboard and higher-capacity battery make the H4350 a top choice for heavy Wi-Fi users.
With a combination of a small form factor and great performance, the HP iPaq Pocket PC rz1710 is a solid entry-level PDA.
In the middle of HP’s 2003 iPaq line, the dual-expansion H2210 will hit the sweet spot for many Pocket PC buyers.
The update to the H1910 keeps its predecessor's attractive design but offers improved performance and Bluetooth support.