HP IPAQ 1940 PDA Review

Posted: Nov 13 2003, 8:46am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:48am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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HP iPAQ 1940 PDA Review
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Digit-Life reviews the HP iPAQ 1940 PDA.

"The new iPAQ PDA series consists of several interesting advanced models which define further development of MS Pocket PC based computers. The h1940 model has some completely new features. This is the first PDA based on the new Samsung S3C2410 processor. Also, this is one of the first solutions on a new version of the Pocket PC named Windows Mobile 2003. Finally, this is the first sub$300 PocketPC that comes bundled with the Bluetooth adapter. It's also interesting to compare this model to its predecessor, h1910, as the former has the memory size typical of the mid-level Pocket PCs, which makes a positive effect on its functionality. " Full Review.

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