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HP iPAQ 114 Pocket PC

by HP

Price: £189.00
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  • Processor: Marvell PXA310, 624 MHz
  • ROM: 256MB
  • RAM: 64MB for running applications
  • Display: 3.5-inch QVGA TFT with touch screen, portrait oriented
  • Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g 1,2

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  • Item Weight: 113 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • Item model number: FA982AT#ABB
  • ASIN: B000ZLO1QI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 Nov 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,617 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Box Contains

  • HP iPAQ Classic Handheld 114 series
  • standard battery
  • stylus
  • AC Adapter with power cord
  • mini USB synchronisation/charge cable
  • slip case
  • documentation
  • HP iPAQ companion CD

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    Customer Reviews

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Ms. A. J. Smith on 22 Oct 2008
    I've been using my Jornadas for years now and been quite happy with them, so you can imagine how wonderful it was to find this PDA for 140 quid from a seller on Amazon.

    Upgrading from a Jornada 928 was really a leap so you might be thinking that I'd think any of the new PDAs were brilliant. But, I have to say, this has all the features you could possible want for email, internet browsing (even though the mobile version is more limited than the PC version).

    Browsing is quick - pictures and text are loaded quickly from internet sites. You can use it for eBay. I am a seller and I use it to check my sales and the wap version of the eBay site loads fine and is easy to use (I had trouble loading it on my phone - it was just awful!). I haven't found any website to be a problem yet.

    Just tap the wi-fi icon and it finds your broadband router and asks for the wep key - it's that easy!

    I put my email details in and it tells me on my 'Today' screen if I have any new messages. It doesn't automatically delete them from the server, so you can use it as a window to view your messages before dealing with them properly at your laptop/pc. You can, however, set the PDA to delete all the messages from the server at the same time as you delete them from your PDA if you wish by changing a setting in the options.

    The newest version of Active Sync was supplied and picked up my new PDA and my old PDA no problem.

    The 'OK' button pressed and held for a couple of seconds lets you rotate the screen to landscape and I have found I prefer this view for other applications as well as for internet browsing. A left-handed option is also available in settings.
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    123 of 127 people found the following review helpful By R. Maybury on 14 Dec 2007
    I have now had this device for a couple of weeks. I have previously owned several Pocket PCs, including a few earlier versions of the iPaq. Of the ones I have tried, this is almost certainly the best. Having WiFi, Bluetooth, SDHC support (previous versions didn't support the new higher capacity cards that this one does - I have an 8Gb SD card in mine), a standard USB connection (previous iPaqs I owned use a proprietary USB connector) a relatively fast processor, the latest version of Windows Mobile (including useful new features such as SD card data encryption) all whilst retaining a relatively small form factor is a strong combination. Whilst many will opt for a Pocket PC phone (as my last Windows Mobile device was), having a seperate PDA from your phone has advantages for some e.g. if you are obliged to use a particular mobile phone for work (as I am) then you don't need phone features on your PDA. With this device I can keep all of my personal contacts seperate from the business contacts on my phone and use bluetooth to get my phone (a Blackberry Pearl) to dial any number I select on my iPaq Classic. Add in a high capacity SD card and this device doubles up as a reasonably competent media player. It has a standard headphone socket (no headphones supplied) or you can use the built in speaker. Web browsing over wi-fi works as well as any device I have seen of this size. It also comes with a rather nice slip case. Overall, not a stunning leap forward compared to previous iPaqs but its hard to find fault with it.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N Rennie on 18 July 2009
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    Had this product for 6 months. Use it every day run diary contacts list and SatNav (Garmin). I love the versatility of this device. The windows system suites me as I sync with outlook on my pc. Works great. I am a self employed mobile engineer and this device runs my daily administration.

    Only complaint is the battery supplied is insufficient for a full day's work even on charge through the Garmin screen mount.
    But for me, excellent device
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By B. R. Gray on 27 July 2009
    Provided you follow the instructions it loads and connects perfectly. It does exactly what is in the specification and I would recommend it to anyone whon wants a Pocket PC. Only one small nag. The battery does not retain it's charge long enough compared with Palm devices. Otherwise perfect
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 2 Oct 2009
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    I have used daily this PDA for over 18 months. It is well designed and reasonably intuitive to use. Connecting to wireless networks is straight foreword, as is setting up connections to Microsoft Exchange, email etc.. However, it failed suddenly, apparently due to a failure in the circuit which charges the battery. I have found a number of comments on web forums where users have had the same problem with this model. This is not an easy repair and so unfortunately the unit is now useless. Overall, the design and functionality is good, but it seems HP have compromised on the quality of components.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By msCX on 4 Feb 2010
    Like many others I have had major battery problems with this iPAQ. When the battery is functioning as it should do, it runs out of charge far too quickly, rendering it a merely "temporary mobile" device - if used for any length of time while not being charged it will run critically low and then die on you.

    The other battery problem is the failure of the batteries themselves. My first battery (new with the iPAQ) lasted barely 11 months before suddenly, without any warning signs, just refusing to charge ever again and my second (a replacement from HP) has lasted only nine months.

    Another major bug bear with it is it's supposed ability to piggy-back on your mobile phone (where your service provider/contract allows this) to access the internet. Sometimes it will do this but far too often it fails and when it fails you then get treated to an interminable succession of extremely irritating messages while it constantly re-tries to reconnect. The only way to stop this - and the constant onslaught of these messages prevents you from doing any thing else with the iPAQ in the meantime - is to reboot it!

    If it had a decent battery solution and none of the phone-proxy issues mentioned above, it would be just about worth considering as a PDA for use separately from a sophisticated smart phone but with these failings it just isn't really worth considering (unless you are in search of a major source of irritation!).
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