1eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900
The iPAQ rx5900 is equipped with Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC and comes with the mobile versions of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet Explorer).
2eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900 – Left side
The left side of the iPAQ features a mini-USB connector, which is used to connect the device to a computer or to the AC adapter for charging. There is also a stylus for the unit.
3eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900 – Right side
The right side of the iPAQ features the on/off button and quick buttons that allow users to immediately go into the GPS application or to play music without having to deal with menus. These buttons are also programmable.
4eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900 – Top
The top of the iPAQ rx5900 features an SD slot that supports 4-bit and 1-bit memory standard, as well as an integrated microphone with a one-touch recording button.
5eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900 – Music
We were pretty impressed by the quality of the speaker when listening to music without a headset. The iPAQ rx5900 also can play video.
6eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900 – Outlook
Along with the mobile versions of Microsoft Office applications, the iPAQ rx5900 also comes loaded with Microsoft Outlook 2002 for Pocket PC.
7eWEEK Labs Walk-Through:
HP iPAQ rx5900 – World time clock
One of the applications that comes with the iPAQ rx5900 is the WorldMate Standard Edition, which allows a user to set the time in four different cities. The application also will take advantage of the device’s connectivity options, to, for example, downlo