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    HP iPAQ 2210 Pocket PC Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: August 30th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: The HP iPAQ 2210 is small, well designed and shiny! On top of that it packs in a big load of features, and yet HP still manages to make it priced so that an average business user, or even your average Joe can go pick one up at their local CompUSA, read all about it in our official review....

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    The 2210 comes with a plethora of software.

    Probably the coolest would be Nevo, which lets you use the 2210 as a remote control for your entire home theatre. Instead of explaining this feature again, here is a copy and paste from a previous section of this review:

    You can use the iPaq 2210 as your TV remote control, too! I tested it with my Sony 32" TV, my Motorola/Comcast Digital Cable box, as well as my Denon receiver, all worked great! It did not, however, support my Lite-On LVR-1001 DVD player, but this is understandable. While it is a great concept, and it does work great, itís just a pain to have to take out the stylus every time you want to change the channel. Iíd stick with the regular remote control for now.

    HP iPAQ 2210 Pocket PC Screen Shot

    Really besides those two pieces of software, thereís nothing too different between this and the other PDAís out there. Hereís a list of the other software included:

    • Games (Jawbreaker and Solitare)
    • Calculator
    • Diagnostics
    • File Explorer
    • iPaq Backup
    • iPaq Image Viewer
    • iTask
    • Microsoft Reader
    • MSN Messenger
    • Pictures
    • Pocket Excel
    • Pocket MSN
    • Pocket Word
    • Tasks
    • Terminal Services Client
    • Calendar
    • Inbox
    • Contacts
    • Internet Explorer
    • Notes
    • Windows Media Player
    • Bluetooth Manager
    • ActiveSync

    The unit does have a lot of software, but not much more then the standard amount. Itís nothing to complain about though.

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    1. Introduction
    2. Specifications
    3. Design
    4. Features
    5. Software
    6. Performance
    7. Conclusions

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