|The HP iPAQ H4350 pocket PC with its integrated WLAN 802.11b, lets you access high-speed internet, check emails, attach files and all that you need to accomplish your business work. The Intel 400 MHz processor in this HP pocket PC promises faster and efficient performance. This Bluetooth compatible HP PDA allows you to exchange your files, documents, business cards, etc with other Bluetooth enabled devices. The HP iPAQ H4350 with its 64 -bit and 128-bit WEP and F-Secure FileCrypto Data Encryption, keeps your data safe and secure from intruders. The 3.5-inch color TFT transflective display of this HP pocket PC delivers crystal-clear images with 320 x 240 of resolution. The Lithium ion battery in this HP PDA offers 17-hours of run time so you can start your work anytime and anywhere.|
|MPN||000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#ABA, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#ABC, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#ABG, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#AC4, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#ARE, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#B16, 000101000000<<T9-1>>FA172A#BD2, FA172A#ABA|
|UPC||0808736673532, 0808736708777, 808736673549, 842623009103|
|Product Line||HP iPAQ Pocket PC|
|Installed Memory||32 MB|
|Processor Type||Intel 400 MHz, Intel XScale|
|Operating System Provided||Microsoft Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003 Premium|
|Input Method||5-way navigation button, Handwrite Recognition, Keyboard, Stylus, microphone, touch-screen|
|Display Colors||16-bit (64K colors)|
|Display Resolution||320 x 240|
|Display Technology||3.5" TFT active matrix - transflective - 16-bit (64K colors), 3.5" color TFT ( transflective ) - 240 x 320, 3.5" color TFT ( transflective ) - 320 x 240|
|Battery Type||Lithium ion, Proprietary Lithium|
|Audio Output||3.5 mm Stereo jack, Built in Speaker, Speaker(s)|
|Connectivity Interfaces||1 x USB, 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A, 1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm|
|Expansion Slots||1 ( 1 ) x SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC) Slot, SDIO Slot, Secure Digital (SD) Card Slot|
|Included Accessories||AC adapter, Protective cover, Soft Slip Case, Stylus, USB Synchronization Cable, protective cover|
|Included Digital Camera||Without Digital Camera|
|Software Included||Align Screen, Bluetooth Manager, Cadenza mNotes (Trial), Calculator, Calendar, ClearType Tuner, Clock, Colligo Personal Edition, Contacts, F-Secure FileCrypto, File Explorer, HP Mobile Print centre, IPAQ Audio, IPAQ File Store, IPAQ Image Zone, IPAQ iTask Manager, Inbox, Infrared Beaming, Jawbreaker, ListPro (Trial), Margi Presenter-to-Go (Trial), Memory, Microsoft ActiveSync 3.7, Microsoft Outlook 2002, Microsoft Pocket Excel, Microsoft Pocket Internet Explorer, Microsoft Pocket Outlook, Microsoft Pocket Word, Microsoft Reader, Microsoft Reader for ebooks and audio books, Notes, PDF Viewer, Pictures, Pocket Excel, Pocket Internet Explorer, Pocket Outlook, Pocket Word, Power Status, RealOne Mobile Player, RealOne Player, Self Test, Solitaire, Spell Checker, Tasks, Terminal Services Client, Utilities, VPN Client, Voice Recorder, Volume Control, Westtek ClearVue Suite, Windows Media Player v9.0, WorldMate, Xcellenet Device Management Agent (Trial), iPAQ Backup, iPresenter PowerPoint Converter|
|Wireless Connectivity||Bluetooth, Built-in Wireless, IEEE 802.11b, Infrared irDA, IrDA, WLAN 802.11b|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||2.95 in. x 0.59 in. x 5.46 in.|
|Supported Audio Formats||MP3|
|Supported interface languages||Brazilian Portuguese, English / Australia, English / Canada, French / Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spanish / Latin America|
Average review score based on 7 user reviews
Con-Limited in its 128mb ram to operate AND store programs and files. Files locked down cannot be transferred to sd cards in effort to save ram. iTunes for example, until recently would not let you transfer your bought mp3 files to the sd card.
Pro-Still considered slim and sexy. Amazing 6 year old tech. 400mhz processor doesn't compare to today's video iPod but it plays video and music files smoothly, wifi and bluetooth capable, tons of software (most free) and hardware available, sd slot for nearly unlimited memory expansion. A cheap alternative to the video iPod or a versatile device with plenty of free games, productivity software, neat widgets, and hotspot access to your email and social sites, this baby will still serve. That's amazing longevity and it still provides unique service. (make Skype calls, universal remote control, GPS) Some of the new netbooks are being released with just 3X (1.2 ghz) the processor power of this pocket powerhouse, new tablet umpc's get just 2X (800mhz) handhelds just 50% more.(600mhz) In short, it still offers years of service. Don't expect great connectivity to your Vista OS though. Vista really sucks. Use bluetooth to work around Vista. Original battery is good for 4 hours music playback but will peter out in an hour with wifi and/or bluetooth on so get an extended battery to triple your battery time.
Things to pay attention to when shopping for one.
1 A dead backup battery means anytime power is lost ie. the main battery is removed and the charger disconnected, the unit dumps everything from it's 128mb memory. So the original programming remains but if you have not stored or backed up your new programs or files to either the sd card or another computer, they're gone. These batteries can only be replaced by taking the device apart so if you are not inclined to miniature repairs...
2 A worn screen is like smoke in your eyes. Use screen protectors available from any office store. If the previous owners did not do this the screen will show wear and nothing can be done about it short of replacing the screen, not to mention the price of the replacement screens and knowing what it is you need to order. (digitizer and LCD cannot be separated) A cracked screen means the unit is completely useless until it is replaced.
3 The battery door, main battery, and stylus are all easily replaceable, but you want to watch the quality on extended batteries and their doors. If you have the battery in place with the back door not completely sealed, the device will not turn on.
4 The speaker is not that important if you prefer using headphones, but it's nice to have functioning and I've found replacing it to be a bit more involved than even screens or backup batteries. The headphone jack is important if you want the device for media purposes. All the buttons (other than keyboard) have dedicated functions which can be reassigned, so also nice but control is available in the start menu or programs menu, even the keyboard has an on screen version.
5 Wifi and bluetooth capabilities. Without 'em you don't get to surf the web or use wireless peripheral hardware like the GPS receiver. InfraRed offers file transfer capability as well as nifty widgets and connectivity to some foldable full size keyboards so make sure yours is 100%.
It doesn't offer;
on board GPS, camera, accelerometer, fm radio receiver or transmitter. (Most are available as peripheral hardware.)
upgradeable anything except software and main battery
I loved the functionality of my HP iPAQ Pocket PC H4350. The Windows Mobile gave me the programs I needed for work and personal files. I had project plan spreadsheets for work and a spreadsheet for my kitchen remodel home improvement project at the tip of my fingers, no matter where I found myself.
One of the things I loved most about my H4350 was the integrated WiFi. Since many airports and hotels now offer free WiFi, it became a great way to stay connected to my email and check the status of my flights while I was on the road.
Another major perk of the H4350 was its functionality as an MP3 player. Not only could I play media on the H4350, but with the integrated WiFi, I could download it as well.
Among other features that I enjoyed with the H4350 were: large touchscreen, Qwerty keyboard, Bluetooth, SD card Slot, and a fairly decent battery life.
I did however grow disenchanted with the H4350 due to performance and customer support issues. If you are the least bit clumsy, this may not be the device for you. I tend to drop things, and quickly discovered that the H4350 did not survive the drops as well as other PDAs I have owned.
If you are even a little bit rough on your electronics, this might not be the PDA for you. However, if you are not so rough on electronics, this is really a nice PDA.
I rated it Good because screen size is to small for older people, if I ware my cheaters it works well. This model is easy to operate, e mail weather, stocks, and of course EBay. It has bluetooth and wi lan. I use wireless the most, good screen color and clarity. I an still learning all the features..
This works for everything that I needed it too. I couldn't afford the data plan for any phone so I purchased this instead. WiFi works great and is very fast and I am able to back it up to my PC just by plugging it in! Great Pocket PC!
This item was unreal to me in college. I carried it everywhere, saw all my slides on it, took notes, would check my e-mail at every wireless hotzone. How convenient it was to check my stocks, day trade, and stay on track of my shcedule. A little big, but will turn heads.