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|Operating System:||Windows CE||Model:||
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|PDA Series:||HP Jornada|
|Get your work done even when away from office with the HP Jornada 680 handheld PC. You can synchronize this HP PDA with your desktop or notebook for maximum flexibility anywhere anytime. With 32-bit Hitachi SH3 133 MHz CPU, this HP handheld PC delivers high processing speed. The HP Jornada 680 features 16MB SDRAM. The 6.5-inch screen of this HP PDA has a maximum resolution of 640x240 pixels delivers sharp and crystal clear images. The external ports of this HP handheld PC provide instant connectivity to external devices.|
|UPC||0088698785508, 0088698862988, 0088698862995|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||30005448|
|Product Key Features|
|PDA Series||HP Jornada|
|Additional Product Features|
|Supported Interface Languages||French / France, English / Europe, English / United Kingdom, German / Germany, English / United States|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion, Proprietary Lithium|
|Features||Security Lock Slot (Cable Lock Sold Separately)|
|Included Accessories||AC Adapter, Stylus, Serial Cable|
|Operating System Provided||Microsoft Windows CE Handheld PC Professional Edition|
|Software Included||Hp Jornada Power, Hp Jornada Hot Keys, Hp Jornada Quick Pad, Hp Jornada Dialup, Inso Outside in, Sierra Imaging Image Expert CE 2.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer for Handheld PC, Bfind, Hp Jornada Settings, Westtek Jetcetprint Hp Lite, Hp Jornada Backup, Microsoft Windows CE Services 2.2, Hp Jornada Macro, Truesync CE 2.0, Bfax Pro, Hp Jornada Viewer, Microsoft Pocket Powerpoint, Hp Jornada Country Selector, TRIO Phonemanager 2.0, Hp Jornada Show|
|Expansion Slots||CompactFlash (Cf) Type I Slot, PCMCIA Slot|
|Wireless Connectivity||Built-In Wireless, Built-In Modem, Infrared Irda|
|Modem Transfer Rate||56Kbps|
|Processor Type||Hitachi Sh-3 133MHz|
|Display Colors||16-Bit (64k Colors)|
|Connectivity Interfaces||1X Infrared-Irda, 1 X Serial-Rs-232C-9 Pin D-Sub (DB9), 1X Modem-Phone Line-R&J Enterprises-11|
|Input Method||Microphone, Stylus, Touch-Screen, Keyboard|
|Display Technology||6.5in. Color Cstn-640x240|
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Small form factor
Long battery life
Easy to use
Great organizer with Word and Excel. The best for taking notes at a meeting
The HP Jornada 680 is not a modern tablet but as a day to day organizer is it really good and these were way ahead of their time when they were new. Connects to the internet using a LAN connection (or dial up but who uses that anymore) but that is not why someone would want one of these. I use it for notes and meetings and as a personal organizer. It syncs to my computer with the cable or just by putting the SD card into my computer. The 70% size keyboard is much easier for typing. What would be perfect is if HP would use this same configuration and update the software and add wifi. If you are looking state of the art tablet then you should not get this. But if you are looking for an organizer with a working Word and Excel function then you can't beat this unit, especially for the price you can pick them up for now. Battery lasts 9 hours with use. Instant on/off. Starts up faster than today's modern tablets.
If you don't want modern devise functions, this is a nice little devise.
First thing to keep in mind is that it came out back in the late 90's. It's not a new machine and doesn't have all the features that come with a modern devise. It doesn't have much memory, but had plenty for what it was designed for. It is great for note taking and general PMP uses such as holding contacts. It is possible to sync it up to windows 7, but it will take research and a couple third party drivers. It doesn't have a headphone jack, but MP3's weren't even wide spread at the time it came out. There was quite a following on the internet at the time so there are tons of programs for this if you dig deep enough. If you want a portable computer, get a netbook or even a modern android devise. If you want a cute little pocket PC with a full sized keyboard, or even if you collect this sort of thing for nostalgia reasons or because you think it's cute, be aware of it's limitations. It was awesome and top of the line in its time.
A dated device with substantial limitations. Know what you're buying!
These are great little machines. I've wanted one since I first saw it back in 1998. They hold up well, hp's quality is high, and many of them were barely used. However, be aware of what you're getting. The 680 is great for taking notes and personal information management, with two caveats: it has a small keyboard. If you have bigger fingers, you'll probably regret the purchase. You also cannot sync the data with your Windows 7 or Vista computer. The machine also has some additional limitations that are worth noting. First, it has no headphone plug and a mono speaker. So you won't be using it as an mp3 player while typing. Second, while you can buy a 16 bit (remember that, 16 bit) PCMCIA card for wifi, it will only work with a router set up with WEP encryption. If you live in the city and have a zillion neighbours aching to steal your wifi, you should know that WEP isn't very good encryption and probably isn't the greatest idea. The browser is outdated in any case, and won't render sites well. The processor is also too slow for good web surfing. All of that being said, it is what it is: a solid little note taking and PIM machine. If you want more, I'd recommend the Jornada 720/728 (for mp3s and marginally better browsing), the NEC mobilepro 900/900c (larger keyboard and the benefits of the 720/728), or, if you really like the small form factor but want modern performance, a sony p-series. To learn a lot more about these machines, especially if you're considering bidding on one, visit HPC:Factor. The last of the diehard HPC fans congregate there.