helo, i have bought this ipaq 512 last year, but i do not know now to configure gprs setting especially using digi service provider. can anyone help?
Look at the half qwerty keyboard...its a blackberry pearl wannabe!!!
Jack, 21 Dec 2008Your technology is very limited. This phone was good if you introduced last two years. HTC is ... moreJack, dont compare this phone with HTC Touch HD or Touch Pro. They (Touch HD or Pro) are WinMo Pro and much much expensive.
Your technology is very limited. This phone was good if you introduced last two years. HTC is the leading phone in new technologies applied using WinMo. My grand father likes this phone, but all youths love HTC Touch HD or Touch Pro.
I've been trying all sorts of handsets recently which can: Sync Email from our Exchange server (can't get Symbian to work), is easy to type short Emails with, isn't too bulky and works with my BMW bluetooth. This is the first for a long time which ticks all of the boxes. The center finger sensitive button takes a little getting used to but once there it seems 'sweet'
its got everything the htc s740 has gt but in an all round neater package. if like me u swear by WMSE then this is the best. have been trying to get one for last 6 weeks in UK but they've not been distributed yet,v soon tho. if u want T.S. go for the data messenger! will review it as soon as it comes. my ny worry is the blackberry style keypad, will have to get used to it after always using standard layout keys
capicce? this is a PHONE before a computer... if you all want a computer look for the 900 PPC series (wm professional), it is just look at the version of the device there says standard that means that is a smarthpone... pfffff!
lacks touchscreen, if it had that i would of gotten one as soon as it went on sale, i like the hp touchscreen/keyboard combination phones as i have the 914c but this new one lets hp down
HP, please release this phone world-wide ASAP. If possible before december 2008.
not sure why HP is continuing to make smart phones that is uninteresting, un-unique and un-crowd pullers...
Since the beginning of barstyle smartphones with HSDPA 7,2 support this is the second one without a giant keyboard. The other one is the Samsung i200.
Light, real numeric keyboard, WM 6.1, no power-sucking touchscreen. This one has right now any competition!
Hate to say it but: "good work HP, will probably get one"
News reports from various sites indicate there are no plans to release this in the US. Anybody know why? Does HP think US consumers aren't worthwhile or aren't clever enough to use their new devices? If they release it here, I'd jump in line to get the voice messenger. The VM fits a segment that current has no competitors - compact smartphone with real buttons and all the communications features a traveller needs. Just what is up with HP? Their consumer and small-business division seem about as in-tune with the market as a herd of constipated wildebeest are with sub-atomic particle physics (no insult intended to the wildebeest comparing them to HP consumer/smb teams).
HP is the under-dog when it comes to smartphones. I think this one looks very classic indeed. How 'bout a full review on this baby ?
Mr. Roo, there's a touch screen version, the IPAQ Data Messenger. The same ROM/RAM and processor.
if this were touch screen, i would buy it in an instant. back to the drawing board then!!