Meet the HP iPAQ 200 Series Enterprise Handheld

Posted by Chris Leckness on Sep 05, 2007

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ipaq200 The HP iPAQ 200 Series Enterprise Handheld can help you solve specific business problems and meet today’s mobility needs.

Designed with business in mind.
There is much to appreciate about its sophisticated design: the large 4-inch TFT touch screen display for improved visibility in a variety of environments, the robust SDIO expansion, and the convenient I/O of headphone, microphone, voice record, and USB. You’ll also enjoy the standard Microsoft Mobile OfficeŽ suite and the ability to easily synchronize Mobile Office Outlook via mini-USB or Wi-Fi connectivity. With Bluetooth, connect to peripherals like headsets and keyboards.

Maximize your iPAQ.
Maximize the use of your iPAQ 200 Series Enterprise Handheld with a portfolio of HP accessories that help you create the right solution for your mobile needs.

Secure your investment.
Because all business environments differ, you want to protect your iPAQ with skin protection or a case. HP also offers screen protectors for the display. For more peace of mind, especially when you travel, add an Accidental Damage Protection Care Pack service.

The power you need to be productive.
When at work, charge and synchronize your iPAQ on the desktop cradle. When on the go, add an extended battery for additional hours of productivity. If work keeps you mobile during the day, there is also an auto adapter to power your iPAQ while in the car or working in the field.

Storage.
HP offers SD cards in different capacities for extra storage to carry your important documents and software applications with you when on the field.

Fast and convenient data entry for you iPAQ.
Use the iPAQ Bluetooth keyboard when you need to enter a large amount of data quickly. The standard QWERTY layout allows you to effortlessly take notes, compose email or write reports. When open it is the same size as a notebook computer keyboard! When not in use the keyboard folds up into an ultra-small package for easy portability.

Also, keep an extra stylus pack handy in the event your original stylus is misplaced.

At A Glance
Processor: Marvell PXA310, 624 MHz
ROM: 256MB
RAM: 128MB for running applications
Display: 4-inch VGA TFT with touch screen, portrait oriented
Wireless LAN: IEEE 802.11b/g1
Bluetooth: v2.0 with EDR1
Connectors: 24-pin connector and Mini USB
Battery: 2200 mAh
Expansion: SDIO (high-capacity), CF
Headphone jack: 3.5mm 4-pin
Speaker: 2
Microphone: 1
Input: touch, stylus
Buttons: 5-way navigation with press to activate, 4 programmable, voice recorder, power, reset
Operating System: Windows MobileŽ 6 Classic Edition

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Chris Leckness is a Microsoft MVP, Mobile Devices and a member of the exclusive focus group, Mobius. Chris has been a big time supporter/user of Windows Mobile since the Dell Axim days when it was Pocket PC 2002. Chris loves Zune, but also owns 3 iPhones too. His personal blog is chris.leckness.com.

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