Hewlett-Packard iPAQ h2210 PDA - Dallas - pda flash

Hewlett-Packard iPAQ h2210 PDA — Dallas

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Hewlett-Packard iPAQ h2210 PDA

The design of the HP iPAQ h2210 reminds that of the most popular mainstream PDA - Dell Axim X5. But HP's product looks more elegant and follows the style of top iPAQ models. Also, the h2210 is smaller than the X5, and generally looks better. The stylus is solid, nonseparable, plastic and relatively heavy. It's bigger than styluses of compact h19xx models, but still, it is pretty small. I think that those who prefer small styluses will definitely like this one.The PDA is powered by a Li-Ion 900 mAh battery. Like in the h19xx, the battery is flat and can be removed. The dimensions and design are like in the h1940, but they are not interchangeable - the batteries in the h2210 and h1940 differ in the way the pins and lugs are positioned.

Hardware: the HP iPAQ h2210 is based on the Intel PXA255 (XScale, a higher bus clock speed compared to the PXA250) clocked at 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM with 57.11 MB available for user, and 32 MB ROM. The ROM has a section for user data, a traditional flash disc of 3.84 MB. Its size is smaller than in the h1940 and h1910 because of additional utilities flashed into the ROM.

 

 

 

The design of the HP iPAQ h2210 reminds that of the most popular mainstream PDA - Dell Axim X5. But HP's product looks more elegant and follows the style of top iPAQ models. Also, the h2210 is smaller than the X5, and generally looks better. The stylus is solid, nonseparable, plastic and relatively heavy. It's bigger than styluses of compact h19xx models, but still, it is pretty small. I think that those who prefer small styluses will definitely like this one.The PDA is powered by a Li-Ion 900 mAh battery. Like in the h19xx, the battery is flat and can be removed. The dimensions and design are like in the h1940, but they are not interchangeable - the batteries in the h2210 and h1940 differ in the way the pins and lugs are positioned.

Hardware: the HP iPAQ h2210 is based on the Intel PXA255 (XScale, a higher bus clock speed compared to the PXA250) clocked at 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM with 57.11 MB available for user, and 32 MB ROM. The ROM has a section for user data, a traditional flash disc of 3.84 MB. Its size is smaller than in the h1940 and h1910 because of additional utilities flashed into the ROM.

 

 

 

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