Handhelds close to delivering anywhere Internet access, but security, display is…

Hewlett-Packard Co.’s iPaq Pocket PC h4350 runs the Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 Premium operating system and is the first iPaq to feature a built-in thumb keyboard. We especially liked the keyboard’s backlight, which illuminated all the keys in blue when we typed. This model is slimmer than previous iPaqs we’ve seen, but the keyboard adds about an inch of length. When viewing photos, you can change the display’s orientation to landscape mode. There is also a handy voice memo feature. The iPaq comes with integrated 802.11b and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. We used the 802.11b protocol to connect to the Internet, and our connection speed was very fast. Surfing felt about the same as it does using a high-speed connection on a desktop PC.

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