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HP iPAQ rw6815 review: Small communicator for the pretentious

23 January 2007 | Read the review | Post your comment
HP iPAQ rw6815 review: Small communicator for the pretentious - read the full textThere is no doubt that both the small size and the competitive price of the communicator HP iPaq rw6815 will make you fall in love with it. The device is powered by a powerful 416MHz processor, it runs under Windows Mobile 2005 OS, and has a high-quality touchscreen display and numerous multimedia features. But as usual, a few mishaps here and there are inevitable.


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It's an O2 atom in disguise, but a tough processor makes it a winner. Do remember this processor is Power hungry. I have to charge my phone daily after coming from the office and i usually talk 1 hour daily on the phone and very less use of display.. Also if some one can tell me, if this phone has the hissing infection (display makes hissing noise after few days and it is not curable) as the O2 Atom has ????

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  • 2008-02-27 18:10
  • Uqr6

how can you say that HP has forgotton to use LED for dark enviroments when you can perfectly see the 2 diods in the back... ;-D

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  • 2007-12-09 04:44
  • nDSB

HP and O2 which one is better..? can someone tell me? i need to know

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  • 2007-03-21 02:53
  • ijsv

Proud owner of rw6815. It does have an speed dialing, also there are hardware buttons. Please be more precise in the reviews :)

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  • 2007-02-27 14:40
  • b$2W

how much does this thing cost

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  • 2007-02-25 11:33
  • PWYH

It does have LED's!!!

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  • 2007-02-05 11:56
  • pW45

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